TRUMPF offers a large selection of marking lasers in many different power classes and with all standard wavelengths (infrared, green, ultraviolet). These lasers are ideal for marking processes such as engraving, ablation, annealing, discoloration and foaming. In addition to metals, marking lasers from TRUMPF also process many other materials such as plastics, glass, silicon, ceramics and organic substances. All marking lasers have a consistent modular design and can therefore be easily integrated into your system. The TRUMPF standard delivery range includes up to five different focusing optics for each marking laser type so that you always get the optimum processing result, no matter what the application.
The one-box laser is a comprehensive all-in-one package that enables you to integrate laser marking quickly and easily into your production or machine. Its compact housing contains the electronics, scanner, PC and the TruMark 5010 or TruMark 1110 beam source.
TruMicro Mark 2000
The TruMicro Mark 2000 is the first all-around turnkey solution for an ultrashort pulse laser in a marking station. The package, which can also be obtained as an OEM solution, includes a scanner, laser cooler and marking software in addition to the laser. The TruMicro Mark 2000 is ideally suited for you if you are looking for a marking unit for laser markings with ultrashort laser pulses.
TruMark Series 3000
The marking lasers of the TruMark Series 3000 are available in all standard wavelengths – infrared, green or ultraviolet. This makes them an all-round solution among TRUMPF marking lasers covering a wide variety of applications. Its combination of optimum beam quality and pulse-to-pulse stability ensures outstanding marking results.
TruMark Series 5000
The fibre laser-based TruMark Series 5000 offers the optimum combination of high power, high frequencies, and adjustable pulse duration. The high-power marking laser is designed for demanding applications with high power requirements and short cycle times.
TruMark Series 6000
The TruMark Series 6000 offers impressively short process times and outstanding marking precision thanks to its high peak pulse power and pulse-to-pulse stability. The different wavelengths mean that you can choose the marking laser that is best suited to your application.