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The Trumatic 3000 Fibre punch/laser combination machine can be used for jobs such as preparing joint edges for welding.

It shares a fibre-guided Trudisk laser with the Trulaser Robot 5020 cell in the Trumpf Laser Network, an arrangement that increases the utilisation rate of the beam source.

Generally, the laser is only active for a brief period of the part-processing time in a mid-range combination machine such as the Trumatic 3000, which was previously only available with a CO2 laser.

The rest of the time it is idle, while the machine is either punching or being prepared for a job.

Similar beam-on times apply for laser-welding systems, where adjustments regularly have to be made to aspects such as jigs and fixtures.

The most efficient method is to have the Trumatic 3000 Fibre and Trulaser Robot 5020 systems working in parallel, according to the company.

The fibre-guided Trudisk 3001 with its 3kW of laser power can switch from one application to the other in a matter of milliseconds.

The machines are supported by the intelligent Laser Network and are able to automatically make use of the laser beam as required.

This means that whenever the combination machine is performing punching operations and the laser is not required, its energy is available to the robot cell.

Equally, when the cell is being prepared or adjusted, it relinquishes the laser to the Trumatic 3000.

Allocation of the energy-efficient solid-state laser can also occur in other formats.

An example would be using it for the combination machine in one layer and for laser welding in the next.

The laser beam is fibre-guided so that it can be flexibly deployed.

As it has been specifically designed for thin sheet metal up to 4mm thick, it is suitable for combination processing and can help to reduce cutting costs per metre.

In addition to sharing use of the laser, the two systems further complement each other.

This simplifies jig and fixture engineering, making even smaller batches viable and extending the application scope of laser welding.


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