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A diode-pumped fibre laser operating in the infrared spectrum is the basis of the new TruMark 5010 laser marker, shown for the first time in the UK at the TRUMPF Open House. It combines a laser, scanner, controls and internal focus position control in a single housing, making it suitable for integration within manufacturing systems. In addition, thanks to its all-in-one design, the TruMark 5010 can also be specified as a mobile model.

TruMark 5010

As an OEM device, the TruMark 5010 is claimed to offer excellent average power with brilliant beam quality to deliver cost-effective results, even in demanding marking tasks or on fine structures. With its standard fieldbus and Ethernet interfaces, space-saving design and air cooling, the product is easy to integrate, especially as there is no need for a separate power supply unit.

The TruMark 5010 can be used on a variety of substrates, including metal, plastic or organic materials, and it is particularly good at deep engraving and surface finishing. Typical users will be those involved in the automated manufacture of automotive, medical and electronic products.

Key features and benefits

  • As a portable device, the TruMark 5010 can be applied to the work iece, eliminating the need to move heavy and cumbersome components to the marking station; intelligent sensors ensure the entire process is conducted safely and accurately.
  • A laser light cable guides the beam from the mobile frame that holds the laser, safety controls and suction system to the scanner unit at the workpiece.
  • When the operator positions the TruMark 5010 mobile marker, a vacuum is created that hermetically seals any gap between the machine and component. If the head is not positioned correctly, sensors prevent the laser emitting its beam.  It also features an integrated vacuum unit which removes any vapours created in the process.
  • In both modes, the TruMark 5010 marks identifying characters and images including barcodes, variable text and data matrix codes for traceability as well as logos and other embellishments.


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The production processes for which TRUMPF lasers are designed are numerous and include welding, cutting, drilling, tube processing, surface treatment, additive manufacturing and component marking.

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