TRUMPF was the first to introduce industrial diode-end-pumped marking lasers to the market, making the process fast, economical and reliable. Today its systems are used throughout industry for product labelling and traceability. At MM Live the company will demonstrate examples from both its TruMark OEM and standalone, workstation ranges. Both are complemented by TruTops Mark software that enables the technology to be optimally tailored to the task.
Extremely compact and versatile, the TruMark 3020 OEM system is suitable for all marking tasks in the infrared range and has high beam quality and high pulse peak power enabling it to mark almost any material. This marking versatility is complemented by the unit’s ability to operate in almost any environment. It is also cooled by air rather than water making it self-contained and virtually maintenance free.
The TruMark Station 1000 is an entry-level machine that produces high quality marks quickly, easily and inexpensively. The highly compact system can be used as a static work table or for mobile use. The work table itself can be raised manually to adjust the focus to the height of the workpiece. This safety-monitored product is designed to be plug-and-play and line integration ready.