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Trumpf’s Trulaser 5030 2D laser-processing system is suitable for cutting parts out of thin sheet for medical products, ventilation systems and brown and white goods.

It also makes it possible to reduce the cost of producing these parts by up to 20 per cent.

Trulaser 5030 features the fibre-guided Trudisk solid-state laser.

This allows it to achieve high cutting speeds in thin sheet.

In flame cutting of stainless steel up to 4mm thick, the Trulaser 5030 fibre achieves feed rates up to three times faster than the CO2 version.

This reduces the table time by up to 45 per cent and significantly decreases the cost per part.

The new machine cost-effectively cuts construction steel, stainless steel and aluminium, as well as non-ferrous metals such as copper and brass.

This expands material flexibility for the user.

The core of the Trulaser 5030 is a fibre-guided Trudisk solid-state laser with an output rating of 3kW.

With the 2D laser-cutting system, users can process sheets measuring 3000 x 1500mm.

To keep processing time as low as possible and increase the flow-rate of parts, the Trulaser 5030 fibre has features that have already proven themselves in the CO2 laser version: a single cutting-head strategy, automatic tip changer and all cutting data for a smooth cutting start.

Since the complex beam guidance of a CO2 machine drops out and the laser beam is guided by a fibre, the Trumpf developers were able to work in new and constructive directions.

Their results set new standards for streamlined and compact construction.

Trulaser 5030 has a 20 per cent smaller footprint.

In addition, thanks to its flexible beam line, the solid-state laser can be placed independently of the machine.

Even more important is that the machine and the solid-state laser come from the same source, so the two components are optimally adjusted to each other.

The user only has to work with a single contact person at Trumpf.

In principle, the Trulaser 5030 can cut the same sheet thicknesses as the CO2 laser version.

The differences lie in the quality of the components and the productivity for different sheet thicknesses.

The 1.03-micron wavelength of the solid-state laser makes it possible to quickly cut thin sheet, using flame cutting and nitrogen, at high part quality.

When flame-cutting construction-steel, there are no decisive differences over the range of thicknesses between the two laser technologies.

However, from a sheet thickness of about 4mm, the advantages of CO2 lasers in flame cutting become important, particularly because of the better quality of the cut parts.

Koerber Schleifring

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