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The Trumpf Trulaser 5030 Fiber solid-state laser processing machine is designed drive down the cost of thin sheet parts through high productivity and low energy consumption.

Lasershape has ordered two Trulaser 5030 Fiber machines, the company’s first Trumpf investment; for installation this summer at its new factory in Nottingham.

A feature inherited from its CO2 counterpart, the Trulaser 5030 Fiber uses a single cutting head for all sheet thicknesses, eliminating the need for different lenses.

The head is also maintenance free.

At present, any copper and brass cutting is done by Lasershape’s waterjet machines.

These materials are suitable for the Trulaser 5030 Fiber as its disk laser, by comparison with other laser sources, is immune to back reflection and therefore completely process safe.

It is also said to be considerably faster than waterjet.

Initially, Lasershape plans to retain its CO2 lasers for heavy cutting and to divert thin materials to the new Trulaser 5030 Fiber machines.

Although the economy of these machines is greatest for materials up to 4mm, they can be used to cut mild steel up to 20mm.

This will give Lasershape a good back-up in the event of an excess of orders in thick sheet processing.


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