Trumpf introduces new software for TruPrint systems

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The new TruTops Print software can be used on Trumpf's TruPrint additive manufacturing systems.

Trumpf has introduced new TruTops Print software for its 3D printing systems, which combines several data preparation and planning steps that previously required multiple different software tools.

‘Z-segmentation’ is one of the most exciting features of the new software. This feature boosts the productivity of the system by dividing parts into different segments and assigning different parameters to each segment based on the required part quality. This enables the 3D printer to generate thicker or thinner layers for each part depending on the importance of the respective segment. This flexible approach to printing increases the productivity of the system without diminishing part quality.

The new software, which was developed with Trumpf’s partner Module Works, enables Trumpf customers to take a more tailored approach to operating their TruPrint 3D printers. It increases the ease for customers to make the journey from an initial idea for a part to the final product.







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