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Booths 26-D51, 11-D57, 11-B70, 11-B94, 13-F242

Trumpf is set to unveil a wide range of new innovations. First up, the sustainable Eco Cooler series production solution for laser-cutting machines, which uses pure water as a coolant, meaning it uses up to 80 per cent less energy for refrigeration and dispenses entirely with harmful substances. Water flows to heat-generating components such as laser diodes, optics, drives and control cabinets, and then back to the Eco Cooler, where it is chilled again via a heat exchanger in an innovative process involving evaporation, compression and condensation.

Secondly, BrightLine Scan, a welding technology that will allow users to manipulate a beam over the workpiece using a scanner. Initially being launched on the robotics of the TruLaser Weld 5000 laser welding machine, the new technology enables scan frequencies in the kilohertz range. It doubles the thickness of sheets that can be processed in heat conduction welding from three to six millimetres, and also makes it easier to achieve tighter tolerances and achieve higher quality welds.

And thirdly, Trumpf will also be showcasing an upgraded version of the TruLaser 5000 series, fitted with a 24kW laser – the TruDisk 24001. The newly adapted system can process sheet-metal parts up to three times more quickly, which corresponds to, depending on the material and application, being able to handle up to 80% more metal sheets per hour.

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