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TruMicro Series 5000, quick and cost-effective
TruMicro Series 5000, quick and cost-effective
Short and ultra-short pulse lasers

TruMicro Series 5000

Quick and cost-effective

Micro-materials processing: maximum productivity

The short and ultrashort pulse lasers from TRUMPF enable microprocessing with an optimal combination of quality, productivity and profitability, with no limits in terms of industrial suitability. The special pulse and power stability is achieved through the separation of pulse generation and pulse output. The patented control ensures monitoring of each individual pulse, and keeps the power and pulse energy at exactly the right level required for the application. The picosecond and femtosecond lasers of the TruMicro Series 5000 impress with their extremely short pulses and high pulse energy of up to 500 μJ. All of this together with excellent beam quality and high average powers of up to 150 W. This ensures maximum productivity in micro-materials processing. They vaporise virtually every material so quickly that a heat influence cannot be detected. They are therefore ideal for processing semiconductor materials, metals, dielectrics, plastics and glasses.

100% tailored pulses

The ultrafast power modulator keeps power and pulse energy at an exact level.

All-rounders for cool tasks

Process temperature-sensitive materials without significant heat input.

Integration made easy

TruMicro lasers can be integrated easily and are compatible with all common interfaces.

Full power

100% of the average power even in individual pulses thanks to regenerative disk technology

Limitless industrial suitability

The lasers, which are based on the successful TruMicro Series 5000, are designed for your everyday production tasks.

Optical arrangement of the TruMicro Series 5000
Highly stable for optimal quality

Ultrashort pulse lasers from the TruMicro Series 5000 impress with extremely short pulses of less than 10 ps, as well as high pulse energies of up to 500 μJ. They vaporise virtually every material so quickly that a heat influence cannot be detected. The patented two-stage laser power control with integrated external modulator makes the laser completely stable, from pulse to pulse and across the entire power range. The peak pulse powers are up to 40 MW.

Targeted heat input with the TruMicro Series 5000
Zero or targeted heat input

With laser pulses of a few pico- and femtoseconds, materials can be efficiently processed, practically without thermal or mechanical influences. To do this, the laser pulse – and therefore the duration of the energy input – must be short enough in order to avoid temperature compensation between electrons and their associated atoms. The material evaporates abruptly. The heat does not get into the surrounding material, and thermal stress fractures are avoided. This is referred to as "cold processing". For metals and many other materials, the ideal pulse duration for this is between 1 and 10 picoseconds.

Glass cutting with TruMicro Series 5000

Laser cutting of glass

When laser cutting glass, the mechanical load of the material is reduced to a minimum with a TruMicro ultrashort pulse laser – there are no cracks at the edges, which means that the cut components no longer need to be smoothed down. In the display industry in particular, chemically hardened glass is used as durable protective glass and carrier substrate, and must be cut.

High-speed laser cutting of glass

High-speed laser cutting of glass

Lasers currently represent the only low-impact and flexible process for cutting chemically hardened glass with a high breaking resistance. After the hardening process, the laser and the TOP Cleave cutting optics can be used to separate the glass with outstanding edge quality.

Flexible geometries for laser cutting of glass

Flexible geometries

Unlike mechanical processes, with the laser you can also use the wear-free, non-contact process for flexible two- and three-dimensional geometries. The picosecond lasers of the TruMicro Series 5000 are the perfect tool here.

Laser-cut stent with TRUMPF short-pulse lasers

Laser-cut stent

In the production of stents, burr-free cutting areas and edges are crucial. Picosecond lasers enable production without the need for reworking, and increase the output for the production of stents made from nitinol. The ultrashort pulse technology makes it possible to cut these bioresorbable stents made from the extremely heat-sensitive shape-memory alloy.

High-precision structuring of sapphire

High-precision structuring of sapphire

Sapphire protects the high-resolution cameras in smartphones, and is used as a substrate in LED production and as cover glass in high-quality products. It is extremely durable and hard. This makes it very difficult to process sapphire efficiently without cracks using conventional methods. With a laser from the TruMicro Series 5000, you can achieve a quality that does not require reworking.

Sapphire sample cut using picosecond laser of the TruMicro Series 5000

Laser-cut sapphire sample

The picosecond lasers of the TruMicro Series 5000 enable fine geometries to be cut to a high quality. The high average power of the picosecond lasers also ensures maximum productivity.

Laser drilling a printed circuit board with a laser of the TruMicro Series 5000.

PCB drilling made easy

Modern printed circuit boards are designed with multiple layers and are therefore particularly compact. Holes lined with copper connect the traces between the levels. Here, the drilled holes often have a diameter of less than 100 μm. The picosecond lasers take care of this task in just one operation. The high available peak pulse powers enable the desired geometry and quality to be achieved, combined with extremely high productivity.

Micro-drilling in the circuit board substrate

Micro-drilling in the circuit board substrate

In the detail view of a bore hole of the circuit board substrate, you can see the quality with which the TruMicro lasers carry out the processing. The high available peak pulse powers are a primary element for this, and also increase productivity.

Laser holes in a ceramic plate

Laser holes in a ceramic plate

Good electrical insulating properties turn technical ceramics such as aluminium nitride, aluminum oxide, silicon nitride and zirconium oxide into highly sought-after materials. With the picosecond lasers you can create bore holes in these materials with the smallest diameters and in high quality.

Laser-processed brittle-hard materials

Laser processing of brittle-hard materials (ceramic, glass, sapphire)

The lasers from the TruMicro Series 5000 enable high-quality processing of brittle-hard materials, such as ceramic. Drilling and cutting thin ceramic is a task for the picosecond laser. With its help, you can achieve the smallest diameters in a high quality.

Micro-holes

Micro-holes in thin tungsten

Grid-shaped arrangement of micro-holes with a diameter of approx. 70 micrometres in 0.2 mm thin tungsten.

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Laser parameters                              
Average output power 25 W 20 W 50 W 40 W 100 W 80 W 150 W 120 W 15 W 30 W 60 W 50 W 10 W 15 W 30 W
Beam quality (M²) < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3 < 1.3
Wavelength 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 1030 nm 515 nm 515 nm 515 nm 515 nm 343 nm 343 nm 343 nm
Pulse duration < 10 ps 900 fs (tolerance -150…+100 fs) < 10 ps 900 fs (tolerance -150…+100 fs) < 10 ps 900 fs (Toleranz -150…+100fs) < 10 ps 900 fs (tolerance -150…+100 fs) < 10 ps < 10 ps < 10 ps 800 fs ± 100 fs < 10 ps < 10 ps < 10 ps
Max. pulse energy 125 µJ 200 µJ 250 µJ 200 µJ 250 µJ 200 µJ 250 µJ 200 µJ 75 µJ 150 µJ 150 µJ 125 µJ 50 µJ 37.5 µJ 75 µJ
Min. repetition rate 200 kHz 100 kHz 200 kHz 200 kHz 400 kHz 400 kHz 600 kHz 600 kHz 200 kHz 200 kHz 400 kHz 400 kHz 200 kHz 400 kHz 400 kHz
Max. repetition rate 400 kHz 400 kHz 800 kHz 800 kHz 1000 kHz 1000 kHz 1000 kHz 1000 kHz 400 kHz 800 kHz 1000 kHz 1000 kHz 400 kHz 800 kHz 800 kHz
Structural design                              
Dimensions of laser head (W x H x D) 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 680 mm x 289 mm x 1060 mm 680 mm x 289 mm x 1060 mm - - 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 680 mm x 289 mm x 1060 mm 680 mm x 289 mm x 1060 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 1005 mm x 319 mm x 605 mm 680 mm x 289 mm x 1060 mm
Dimensions of supply unit (W x H x D) 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1192 mm x 910 mm 442 mm x 1192 mm x 910 mm - - 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1192 mm x 910 mm 442 mm x 1192 mm x 910 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1392 mm x 608 mm 442 mm x 1192 mm x 910 mm
Installation                              
Protection class IP54 IP54 IP54 IP54 IP54 IP54 IP54 IP54
Ambient temperature 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 30 °C 20 °C - 30 °C - - 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 30 °C 20 °C - 30 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 27 °C 20 °C - 30 °C
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Technical data sheet

The technical data of all product versions as a download.

Useful additional options of the TruMicro Series 5000 lasers enable you to work more efficiently and with more process reliability

Interface variety – for simple integration

Interfaces are key for the integration of a TruMicro laser in your machine or production line. The solid-state lasers from TRUMPF offer interfaces to all common fieldbus systems. Also available: real-time interface, parallel digital I/O, interface for process sensor systems, OPC UA software interface, analogue input board, interface for intelligent TRUMPF optics (CFO, PFO).

Intelligent down to the workpiece

Intelligent optics can be synchronised with your laser via a dedicated interface. This will allow you, for example, to use the CFO focusing optics or PFO scanner optics optimally for your purposes. You can program the processing optics easily using the laser control. You do not need any additional PCs or control systems.

Remote Services

In the event of a fault, TRUMPF service experts will remotely access your laser via a secure remote connection. In many cases the fault can be remedied directly in this way, or the configuration of the laser can be modified in a way that permits you to continue manufacturing until the spare part arrives.

TruControl control

TruControl

TruControl is the quick and easy-to-use control for TRUMPF solid-state lasers. It regulates the laser power in real time in order to deliver reproducible results. TruControl manages, controls and visualises the interface configuration. You benefit from a uniform control architecture across all laser technologies. The lasers have interfaces to control intelligent TRUMPF optics, such as monitored CFO focusing optics or PFO scanner optics. You can program the processing optics easily using the laser control. With the Teleservice from TRUMPF you can also receive remote support. This will allow you to avoid service calls or be as prepared as possible and increase the availability of the laser device.

TRUMPF offers you all the components you need for beam guidance from the laser to the workpiece. This also applies for various focusing optics which have proven themselves to be precise and reliable over many years of industrial use. The optics can be easily integrated – both in stand-alone processing stations as well as in complete production lines. The modular structure enables the optics to be continually adapted to the laser types as well as the different processing situations.

TOP Cleave cutting optics

The TOP Cleave focusing optics are processing optics for quickly cutting transparent materials such as glass or sapphire.

TOP Cleave optics, high-speed laser cutting of glass
TOP Cleave cutting optics

High-speed laser cutting of glass

Ultrashort laser pulses are not only ultrashort; they also achieve peak values for pulse qualities such as energy and power. To ensure that the correct pulse is applied on the workpiece despite the peak intensity, special beam guidance and formation elements are required. TRUMPF offers beam switches, deflectors, beam expanders and polarisation optics that are optimised for use with ultrashort pulse lasers.

TruMicro deflector 90°
TruMicro deflector 90°

TruMicro deflectors are suitable for ultrashort laser pulses for guiding the laser beam while maintaining the pulse parameters.

Adjustable beam splitter
Adjustable beam splitter

A beam splitter enables two light paths to be powered at the same time, each with half the laser power, as well as two workpieces to be processed at the same time. The mechanical setting makes it possible to adjust the divided power precisely to the uniform distribution in both beam arms.

TruMicro beam switch with pilot light
TruMicro beam switch

With beam switches, the laser light can be guided in two light paths for different workpieces. The pilot laser enables simple adjustment of the beam guidance.

Circular polarised light
Circular polarised light

Circular polarised light is produced from linear polarised light with the help of a quarter wave plate and makes it possible to achieve consistent processing results for applications with directional production geometries.

This product range and information may vary depending on the country. Subject to changes to technology, equipment, price, and range of accessories. Please get in touch with your local contact person to find out whether the product is available in your country.

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