The inert machine concept of the TruPrint 2000 with powder preparation station, provides extremely easy powder and parts handling under shielding gas. This is how the printed component is inertly unpacked directly in the machine with the integrated powder feeder. The excess powder is collected in the overflow bin. This is placed in the powder preparation station, to sieve the powder for reuse into the supply cylinder, under shielding gas. The powder circuit closes – the user does not come into contact with the powder.
Make the most of cost-efficient 3D printing in premium quality
With its small 55-µm laser beam diameter, the TruPrint 2000 provides a high-quality printing result which impresses with its surface quality and level of detail. It offers a build volume (cylinder) of 200 mm in diameter and a height of 200 mm. The fullfield multilaser with two 300-watt fibre lasers from TRUMPF – which scan the entire build area – mean that you can also rely on top productivity. Melt Pool Monitoring and comprehensive process monitoring ensure top quality standards. The production process with the TruPrint 2000 is geared towards a closed powder circuit under shielding gas. This allows for easy, practical handling, as well as top occupational safety.
The fullfield multilaser with 55-µm beam diameter allows the machine to work in a highly productive manner, and to achieve high-quality printing results.
A perfectly coordinated machine concept allows for series components to be manufactured cost efficiently.
Melt Pool Monitoring and comprehensive process monitoring allows you to maintain the component quality at a consistently high level.
The inert, closed powder circuit ensures easy, practical parts and powder handling under shielding gas.
The TruPrint 2000 allows you to always achieve premium component quality in accordance with the most stringent of medical standards. Surface roughness improves osseointegration between bone and implant. Additive manufacturing allows you to achieve a new level of freedom in design, which allows for additional functionalisation. Additively manufactured spine cages allow patients to benefit from a faster healing process and noticeably improved long-term stability.
Removable partial dentures (RPDs)
The small 55-µm beam diameter of the TruPrint 2000 laser allows you to achieve a very high surface quality and level of detail; this is, above all, a huge advantage for dental components. The low degree of surface roughness also saves you the need for reworking.
With the small 55-µm laser beam diameter of the TruPrint 2000, you benefit from a level of detail which is especially suitable for medical implants such as the femoral component of a total knee replacement implant. This is because additive manufacturing allows for the most intricate of lattice structures to be printed; osseointegration improves significantly.
3D-printed tool inserts for injection moulding
Extremely delicate cooling channels such as those found in tool inserts with conformal temperature control can be printed using the 55-µm beam diameter of the TruPrint 2000. This improves cooling of the injection moulding tool which allows the cycle time for manufacturing gearwheels to be significantly reduced.
CMF implant - cranial plate
The TruPrint 2000 enables you to manufacture individual implants that meet the highest quality standards in a specialist production environment. High-precision components using the Ti6Al4VELI material can be printed cost-effectively within a very short time using an "on demand" system, also as series production when required.
A printed expansion sleeve made of the amorphous metal AMLOY ZR01 (AMZ4) is lightweight, which is made possible by the material's high elasticity and strength, especially when compared to crystalline materials. Complex geometries can also be printed directly in a component, eliminating the need for single parts within an assembly. Created by Heraeus AMLOY
|Build volume (cylinder)||Diameter 200 mm x 200 mm Height|
|Effective build volume (standard)||Diameter 200 mm x 200 mm Height|
|Processable raw materials||Metal powders for welding, such as stainless steels, tool steels and aluminium, nickel-base, cobalt-chrome or titanium metal alloys, amorphous metals. Current availability of materials and their parameters available on request.|
|Preheating (standard)||Down to 200 °C|
|Maximum laser power at the workpiece (TRUMPF fibre laser)||300 W|
|Beam diameter (standard)||55 μm|
|Layer thickness||20 - 100 μm|
|Connection and consumption|
|Electrical connection (voltage)||400/460 V|
|Electrical connection (current intensity)||32 A|
|Electrical connection (line frequency)||50 Hz / 60 Hz|
|Shielding gas||Nitrogen, argon|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||2180 mm x 2030 mm x 1400 mm|
|Weight (including powder)||3200 kg|
TRUMPF provides the suitable software solution with TruTops Print so you can get the best out of the TruPrint machines. The modern user interface summarises all functionalities in a clear overview and facilitates quick access to all functions. Maximum efficiency and productivity with optimum printing quality and reproducibility are ensured thanks to the high degree of flexibility and the individual options for data preparation, such as z-segmentation, as well as the intuitive and clearly arranged parameter management with fully accessible parameters. The high quality of the generated vector data in the WZA file format can be verified with the integrated BuildJob Viewer.
Data preparation suitable for your workflow
TruTops Print is already connected with numerous CAD/CAM systems for a seamless data preparation workflow.
Along with data preparation with TruTops Print, we also offer you software alternatives – for maximum flexibility when presenting your workflow. For example, the widely available and established solutions, Magics from Materialise and Siemens NX, belong to the TRUMPF software portfolio. Decide for yourself which route for data preparation is best for you.
Increase your productivity with the multilaser option: two TRUMPF fibre lasers, each with an output of 300 W and a 55-µm beam diameter can simultaneously carry out exposure of the build area and thereby generate up to 80% more parts in the same time, with flexibility. As such, you can ensure that parts are available more quickly and maximise flexibility when processing customer orders. As every contour is exposed by a laser, no "seam marks" are created. With the fullfield multilaser you can achieve 100% overlap coverage. The Automatic Multilaser Alignment option automatically monitors and calibrates the multilaser scan fields to each other during an ongoing build job to ensure optimum quality of the multilaser components.
You can automatically monitor the powder bed via an integrated camera in the TruPrint component chamber and the automatic image processing function. This means that you have a constant overview of the state of the component and can analyse the quality parameters layer-by-layer.
Deviations in the laser metal fusion process can be detected early on via sensors, and critical areas of the component can be visualised. You can also monitor all weld pools in parallel – this is especially helpful with the fullfield multilaser option.
Various options are available for your TruPrint to meet verification requirements. Laser power calibration - also for multilasers, focus position measurement and scan field calibration - enables you to measure, recalibrate when necessary, and document your measurement results.
Monitoring solutions for your additive manufacturing
The intelligent monitoring solutions from TRUMPF enable you to professionally monitor and analyse the LMF process on the TruPrint machines. As part of this, sensor-based data is recorded and processed. This offer includes solutions for the monitoring of processes (Melt Pool and Powder Bed Monitoring), conditions and performance. The results of the monitoring can be seen directly on the HMI of the TruPrint machine. With the TruTops Monitor product, you also have full transparency across all your machinery, along with the option of remote access to the machines – either via the desktop or with mobile access via the MobileControl app.
The inert machine concept of the TruPrint 2000 with powder preparation station, provides extremely easy powder and parts handling under shielding gas. The closed circuit means that contact with the powder is effectively avoided, and a high level of occupational safety provided. The material also does not degrade due to the minimal contact with oxygen.
Powders and parameters
High-quality metal powders are the basis for reliable process conditions in additive manufacturing. The combination of recommended powders and the correct parameters creates high-quality material properties for 3D-printed components.
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.