TRUMPF to showcase laser marking and precision processing at IMTS 2012August, 06 2012
In booth N-6223 at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), TRUMPF Inc. will show the latest advancements in laser marking, 2D laser cutting and press brake technology as well as a display featuring TRUMPF’s broad portfolio of industrial lasers.
A wide range of laser marking technology from TRUMPF will be highlighted during the event. The TruMark 3020, an extremely compact and energy-efficient marking laser, ideal for processing metallic surfaces and plastics, will be shown integrated into a desktop workstation, the TruMark Station 1000D. The TruMark 3020 will also demonstrate the ability to perform circumference marking on round parts in the TruMark Station 5000 with optional rotary axis.
In addition, the TruMark 5020 fiber laser marker in a TruMark Station 5000 will present exceptionally high processing speeds and accelerated marking. And, the TruMark 6030 will display high power laser marking ideal for automotive, aerospace, and medical applications where traceability is key. This laser will be integrated into the TruMark Station 7000, the workstation with the largest and most accessible work area in the TruMark product line.
In 2D laser cutting, the TruLaser 1030 provides fabricators with a cost effective, productive laser cutting system in a small footprint. Requiring half the floor space of a typical 5 x 10 foot machine, it was designed and built in the United States. Shown at IMTS with the TruCoax 2500, a CO2 laser featuring 2.5 kW of power, and a fully automatic pallet changer, this laser enables easy entrance into laser processing. Also available with a solid-state laser resonator, the TruLaser 1030 empowers fabricators to choose the perfect laser for their requirements.
Precision bending will be shown on the TruBend 7036 – a high-quality, efficient solution for bending small parts up to 40 inches. This press brake combines fast moving axes, high press force and a high throughput rate for outstanding productivity. The energy-efficient electric motor helps to reduce energy costs. An adjustable foot rest and table and tilt control establishes the TruBend 7036 as the most ergonomic press brake on the market; allowing the operator to work more quickly and comfortably.
IMTS takes place from September 10-15, 2012 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.