The TruDisk disk lasers from TRUMPF are reliable, flexible and highly economical, proven champions in reducing both energy consumption and operating costs. And now TRUMPF has added new technology at 6kW and 2kW power levels, however these latest additions promise even more.
They introduce intelligent energy management to cut running costs by another 25% and are also more compact than their forerunners. Their energy management system also senses when the laser has stood idle for a while and puts it in standby mode and optimises grid voltage quality.
Thanks to the inclusion of an RFID lens, the latest generation TRUMPF LensLine sensor system has even better condition monitoring capabilities than its forerunner. The result is enhanced cutting process reliability, the elimination of unnecessary down time and a reduction in lens cleaning frequency. It is also exceptionally easy to use.
Punching multiple holes in thin sheet metal in a single pass and without distortion is now possible thanks to the new integrated flattening concept from TRUMPF. This capability, available on both the highly productive TruPunch 5000 and on the high-end TruMatic 7000 punch/laser combination machine, balances the stresses involved to eliminate distortion and, in so doing, shorten production time.
When it’s not feasible to take the part to the laser marker, TRUMPF’s new Mobile Marker is the ideal solution. It allows manufacturers to ensure full traceability of their products even if the parts involved are too large or heavy to move.
To provide effective thermal insulation, PUR and PIR, foam sandwich panels are widely used in building construction and in the installation of heating and ventilation systems. But, until now, there has been no easy method of creating internal cutouts and clean edges and that’s why TRUMPF has developed its TruTool TPC 165 panel cutter.
This new portable machine is designed to cut cleanly through flat, corrugated or trapezoidal panels up to 165mm thick without any distortion to upper or lower sheets, in aluminium or steel, which form the sandwich.