Trumpf releases TruFiber P, TruMicro 2000 and TruMicro 6000 lasers

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The TruFiber P offers up to 6kW power output and a sophisticated array of optics, sensors and software. (Image: Trumpf)

Trumpf has released a new line of TruFiber P fibre lasers, offering up to 6kW power output and a sophisticated array of optics, sensors and software.

The TruFiber P offers an output with a spliced laser light cable and VariMode technology, which enable its beam characteristics to be adapted to suit varying manufacturing requirements. The laser can process thin sheets of steel and aluminium at high speeds, as well as copper, brass and other reflective materials. It then takes less than 40ms for VariMode to change the beam profile to achieve the best surface quality for piercing and cutting thick sheet metal.

TruFiber P also features Active Power Control, where a power sensor compares the value preset on the laser with the actual power reading at microsecond intervals. In the event of a discrepancy, the power level is adjusted automatically. This keeps the laser power output constant, even after years of operation. 

Trumpf has also unveiled the TruMicro 6000 and TruMicro 2000 ultrashort pulse lasers, each capable of providing an output in the infrared, UV and green wavelengths. Based on slab technology, which enables high pulse energies at high repetition rates, the TruMicro 6000 can be deployed in various industries for applications ranging from cutting to drilling. With pulse energies of several millijoules, this laser is capable of processing glass up to 6mm thick.

The TruMicro 2000 offers a high average power output of up to 100W in a compact, lightweight design. The laser’s pulse duration, repetition rate and pulse energy can be variably adjusted within milliseconds to suit a wide range of use cases, such as cutting highly sensitive medical products, machining surfaces and marking a wide variety of materials ranging from glass and plastics to corrosion-resistant metals. 

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