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Exhibits to Show Automated Welding, Marking and AM

The TruArc Weld 1000, TRUMPF's automated arc welding system, makes it easy for fabricators to get started in automated welding. Photo: TRUMPF

The TruLaser Station 7000 fiber is a versatile, compact and fully equipped 3D laser welding system from TRUMPF. Photo: TRUMPF

TRUMPF'S TruMark Station 7000 laser marking station features the high-performance TruMark 6030 marking laser that can mark 3D metal printed parts and the VisionLine 3 feature recognition capability. Photo: TRUMPF

TRUMPF will show the latest in automated arc welding, 3D laser welding, 3D laser marking and additive manufacturing technology at the 2022 IMTS. TRUMPF will highlight the TruArc Weld 1000, an automated arc welding system designed for easy and affordable high-mix, low-volume production. The booth will also showcase laser technology for 3D processing, including the TruLaser Station 7000 fiber, a versatile, compact and fully-equipped 3D laser welding system, and a TruMarkStation 7000 with a TruMark 6030 marking laser for high-performance 3D laser marking.

The TruArc Weld 1000, TRUMPF's automated arc welding system, is designed for fabricators to get started in automated welding for high-mix, low-volume production. "A collaborative robot, or 'cobot,' makes it easy to program and weld in just minutes," said a TRUMPF spokesperson. "Even first-time operators can program by simply guiding the cobot by hand. Programming is greatly simplified by the operating unit on the welding torch and factory settings for different materials and sheet thicknesses. Overall, the TruArc Weld 1000 creates a process that is more efficient than manual welding and produces a high-quality weld seam."

The TruLaser Station 7000 is a versatile, compact and fully equipped 3D laser welding system. The higher power laser enables a broad range of applications. The TruLaser Station 7000 facilitates efficient and ergonomic 3D laser welding of small assemblies, such as sensors, rotationally symmetrical components and medical devices. The large work area also makes it possible to integrate fixtures and process larger components in a small installation area. Fully integrated image processing ensures reliable weld seam positioning.

TRUMPF will demonstrate laser marking of 3D metal printed parts with a TruMark Station 7000 laser marking station that features a TruMark 6030 marking laser and VisionLine 3 feature recognition capability. The TruMark 6030 is a marking laser with 3D functionality. "The laser's outstanding beam quality and high-power densities ensure clean material removal and high-contrast markings," said the spokesperson. "The TruMark 6030 can be integrated into production systems quickly and easily."

In the Additive Manufacturing pavilion, TRUMPF will show the TruPrint Green Edition, a metal additive manufacturing laser machine designed for specialized applications including the 3D printing of copper, copper alloys, gold and other precious metals. With a wavelength of 515 nm, the TruDisk 1020 green laser makes it possible to 3D print highly reflective materials such as copper, which can be extremely difficult or impossible to process with infrared wavelengths.

The TruPrint Green Edition can also manufacture parts made of copper alloys such as CuCr1Zr with a larger process window and higher productivity. TRUMPF's Additive Manufacturing (AM) booth #433037 will also feature a virtual showroom for participants to take a dive into the AM products offered by TRUMPF and help to determine the right equipment for different application and part requirements. In addition, TRUMPF will display parts that demonstrate their laser metal deposition (LMD) and laser metal fusion (LMF) applications for the aerospace, space and medical industries.

For more information contact:


Farmington Industrial Park

3 Johnson Ave.

Farmington, CT 06032


IMTS North Building, Level 3

Booth 236217

IMTS West Building, Level 3

Booth 433037

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