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TruLaser Cell 3000
TruLaser Cell 3000
Laser welding systems

TruLaser Cell 3000

The all-rounder

Your system for flexible laser processing of small and medium-sized components

2D laser cutting | 3D laser cutting | laser welding | laser metal deposition

With the compact and high-precision 5-axis laser machine TruLaser Cell 3000 you can weld and cut in two or three dimensions. In addition, the 3D laser machine is also suitable for laser metal deposition (LMD). From prototypes to large-scale series production with extensive automation, this multi-talented machine displays its superiority across the board. This applies particularly to cost-effective laser processing of small to medium-sized components with top quality.

Process flexibility

Welding, cutting and LMD through simple and fast process adapter changes

Simple to automate

For higher quantities the machine can be automated very simply in line with the customer's specific requirements.

Individual fixture technology

Tailor-made fixture concepts with sophisticated clamping systems and sensor systems from a single source.

Modular construction

Easy to retrofit or upgrade with a large number of options and processing optics.


Maximum repeatability across the entire 3D working area

Work area for flexible use

Use the full work area for large installations and comprehensive automation systems.

TruLaser Cell 3000 – unique and universal
TruLaser Cell 3000 – laser welding of transmission components
TruLaser Cell 3000 – automated laser cutting of knives at Zwilling
TruLaser Cell 3000 with rotary table
Extremely user-friendly and ergonomic to use

You can operate the TruLaser Cell 3000 intuitively and easily with the interface developed by TRUMPF on the basis of the Siemens 840D solutionline. During cutting, you can use the cutting parameters already stored on the control system and optimised by TRUMPF for the most common laser types, material types and material thicknesses.

TruLaser Cell 3000 motion unit
Highly dynamic motion unit

The machine is equipped with highly dynamic linear direct drives. These enable fast and precise positioning and operate almost entirely wear-free. Another advantage is that with the boom construction with up to four axes (X, Y, Z and B axis) directly in the beam, you can very easily automate the laser machine for high quantities.

TruLaser Cell 3000, FocusLine variable zoom optics
FocusLine Professional variable zoom optics

The TruLaser Cell 3000 has a unique optics system for automatic adjustment of the focal diameter and focal position. There is no need to change the optics. Depending on the processing task – deep welding, heat conduction welding, cutting thick and thin sheets, or LMD – it is possible to implement variable, program-controlled aspect ratios.

TruLaser Cell 3000, ultimate accuracy
Measurement system for ultimate accuracy

The direct, absolute measurement system with glass scale performs the positioning measurements for the X/Y axis. For the Z axis, the measurement system with rotor position sensor is integrated in the motor. Additional evaluation of the axis position is performed by absolute encoders. No reference run is necessary when starting up the control.

TruLaser Cell 3000 with automation
Simple to automate

In two-station operation with a rotational changer you can produce and set up at the same time. This is particularly recommended for high quantities. In addition, a single loading and unloading position facilitates component handling. On request, robots can even take care of the loading and unloading of your parts. Side accessibility to the TruLaser Cell 3000 is excellent. This also enables smooth integration of the machine in complete production lines, including linear transfer and workpiece exchange systems.

Laser-welded differential gear

Deep welding

The 3D laser machine TruLaser Cell 3000 is suitable for deep welding, for which very high power density of around 1 megawatt per square centimetre is required. Deep welding offers high efficiency and high welding speeds. Thanks to the high speed, the heat-affected zone is small and any distortion is minimal. This process is used for applications requiring high welding depths or in cases where multiple material layers are to be welded at the same time. A typical example in which this process is used is the laser welding of an automotive differential gear.

Laser-welded control gear

Laser-welded control gear

If a component is worn as a result of high temperatures, pressure, abrasion or moisture, it is not always necessary to replace the entire component. Laser metal deposition is a fast and cost-effective alternative to manufacturing a new part.

Laser-processed electromagnetic water pump coupling

Laser cutting and welding

The TruLaser Cell 3000 is used both to cut slots and to perform welding on the electromagnetic water pump coupling. The fast process adapter change means that the TruLaser Cell 3000 is extremely flexible in terms of processes.

Laser-cut stator plates

Laser-cut stator plates

Laser cutting makes almost any contour shape possible – even intricate and complex ones – without the need for tool changes. The edges are smooth and burr-free, so there is no need for post-processing. Thanks to the small size of the heat-affected zone, there is also barely any distortion. Laser cutting is used particularly on metals: steels, aluminium and alloys.

Components of an operating table

Operating table

Components such as the head plate of an operating table used to be milled in a lengthy and complex process. With the aid of the TruLaser Cell 3000, the component can now be welded together from two individual laser-cut components, offering up cost savings in the process.

Laser-cut kitchen knives

Laser-cut kitchen knives

Kitchen knives used to be stamped. This led to high tool wear and high tool costs, and whenever the contour was changed the tool needed to be changed. The result of this was extensive non-productive time and idle time. Today, lasers are a universal, wear-free tool that bring significant reductions in terms of cost and time. If the contour is changed, e.g. to a different knife geometry, then all that needs to be done is to change the program. In addition, there is no tool wear.

Laser-cut heat protection sheet for exhaust gas systems

Heat protection sheet

Using the 3D laser processing of the TruLaser Cell 3000, heat protection sheets for exhaust gas systems can be laser cut, for example. Thanks to the precise light from the tool, neat edges are produced and there is no heat distortion.

TruLaser Cell 3000
Axis travel range  
X axis travel range 800 mm
Y axis travel range 600 mm
Z axis travel range 400 mm
Maximum axis speeds  
Maximum axis speed, axially parallel in X 50 m/min
Maximum axis speed, axially parallel in Y 50 m/min
Maximum axis speed, axially parallel in Z 50 m/min
Maximum axis speed, simultaneous 85 m/min
Maximum axis speed of B axis 120 1/min
Maximum axis accelerations  
Maximum axis acceleration, axially parallel in X 10 m/s2
Maximum axis acceleration, axially parallel in Y 10 m/s2
Maximum axis acceleration, axially parallel in Z 10 m/s2
Maximum axis acceleration, simultaneous 17 m/s2
Maximum axis acceleration of B axis 130 rad/s2
Positioning accuracy  
Positioning accuracy of linear axes (X, Y, Z) 0.015 mm
Positioning accuracy of rotary axes (B) 0.02 °
Maximum laser power 8000 W
Available lasers TruDisk, TruFiber, TruDiode

TruTops Cell Basic

TruTops Cell Basic enables you to edit the cutting program directly at the machine. You no longer have to make changes in the NC program manually, meaning your processes are faster. All the changes you make using TruTops Cell Basic are visualised online and shown on the machine monitor.

TruTops Cell

TruTops Cell is an offline programming system for 3D laser processing. With this system you can create programs parallel to production, i.e. while production is running on the machine. TruTops Cell works with a large amount of 3D CAD data and includes the entire technological knowledge of TRUMPF. Important simulations such as collision checks or path optimisation are performed directly in the programming system. The software is compatible with all TRUMPF 3D machines and machining processes.

TruTops Boost key visual

TruTops Boost

With TruTops Boost you can get the best out of your TruLaser Cell 3000 for 2D processing. Automated processes and wizards make day-to-day working with TruTops simple and efficient. The system autonomously generates, for example, looping or roundings on corners, and generates piercing points and approach and return paths. The parts that are to be cut are positioned by the software on the sheet in such a way that it is used in the best possible way. In the process, the TruTops Boost means that the laser machine automatically uses suitable parameters. Interfaces to leading CAD systems allow parts drawings to be quickly imported. However, with an integrated design module you can also create drawings yourself in no time at all.

Software process cycle


The software portfolio from TRUMPF optimises your entire production process – from the customer query to delivery of the finished part. TRUMPF combines the software intelligently with machines and services to create customised Industry 4.0 solutions for your Smart Factory.

Depending on the task, select the correct laser for your application. The TruLaser Cell 3000 can be equipped with many fibre-guided TRUMPF solid-state lasers with a laser power of up to 8 kW. Higher laser power performance is available on request.

Numerous options make working with the TruLaser Cell 3000 not only easier, but, due to reduced non-productive times, also noticeably quicker and therefore more productive.

TruLaser Cell 3000 with rotational changer
Rotational changer

The rotational changer enables loading and unloading parallel to production at quantities above 100,000 pieces/a. The resulting two-station operation leads to high-yielding production. cycle times are shortened and non-productive times are reduced.

Detection of characteristics with VisionLine Detect

The intuitively operated image processing system VisionLine automatically detects geometric features on the component, such as joint gaps or edges. It corrects the NC processing program as required. This provides you with maximised process reliability, increased quality for your components, and savings in terms of time and costs.

TruLaser Cell 3000, workpiece axis
Additional workpiece axis W1

With the additional workpiece axis (positioning axis in Z direction, 300 mm stroke) you can also process large 3D components, which can be up to 250% larger. The maximum 3D component size is increased as a result to a diameter of 600 x 520 mm. This allows you to make the best possible use of the work area and provides maximum flexibility for your production.

Simple programming with the aid of the teach panel
Teach panel

With the ergonomic teach panel you can program quickly and intuitively directly on the workpiece. The axes are precisely actuated via the 6D mouse. In the process, the integrated display will visualise all pending actions for you, and due to the utility programs you can create the tool path safely and quickly. In the process, the integrated display will visualise all pending actions for you, and thanks to the utility programs you can create the tool path safely and quickly.

TruLaser Cell 3000, variable clamping system
Variable clamping system

The variable clamping system of the TruLaser Cell 3000 allows you to take full advantage of all of the options of a unique and flexible workspace management system. The hole matrix system helps you to achieve reproducible fixture set ups. Not only can you easily adjust the working height to suit your own requirements and the processing task in hand, but for applications with large space requirements you can remove the clamping system quickly and easily.

TruLaser Cell 3000 with side lifting doors
Side lifting doors

For loading and unloading via the side you can equip the TruLaser Cell 3000 with automatic side lifting doors. This allows the unit to be connected to transfer systems or for components to be loaded via a robot. The short opening and closing times ensure that non-productive time is minimised, thus maximising productivity in automated working environments.

Central Link

The Central Link is an interface package with which you can network your machinery and use Industry 4.0 applications. The communication standard OPC UA enables you to transport machine data, such as control variables, measured values ​​or parameters, and to describe them in machine-readable form.

BrightLine Weld

Benefit from virtually spatter-free laser welding and top welding seam quality with the BrightLine Weld option. You have the choice – increase your productivity considerably due to significantly increased feed rates, or reduce your energy costs by up to 40%. In doing so, you can reduce your machine downtimes and operating costs, as post-processing is reduced.

ObserveLine Comfort:

There are various reasons as to why cutting slugs remain in the finished part. With the ObserveLine Comfort optical measuring process, you can detect this error quickly since this option checks every contour for a complete cut. ObserveLine Comfort has several advantages compared to measurement using distance regulation. The process reduces the measuring time and even smaller bore hole diameters and angled punching slugs can be measured.

CalibrationLine Power

At regular, individually set intervals, the TRUMPF CalibrationLine Power tool checks whether the laser power on the workpiece actually meets your specifications. This ensures consistent process conditions, so you can rely on constant and reproducible welding results.

Digital connection und integration for smart solutions

Seamless integration of many TRUMPF machines into your own software environment is very easy. We have the right solution for every combination, whether it be integration into Oseon or a connection to monitoring and analysis tools. A connection to third-party software systems is also possible with our interfaces based on the OPC UA standard.

Focusing optics adapt the properties of the laser beam to the relevant task. The diverse modular optics kit has proven itself over years of use and is a perfect match for the TruLaser Cell 3000 thanks to its compact design.

Focusing optics

Whether for welding, cutting, ablating, heating up or drilling: with robust focusing optics from TRUMPF you can attain high-quality process results.

Fokussieroptik BEO D70 mit Beobachtungskamera, Crossjet und Perlatordüse
BEO D70-2

Large working distances with small focal diameters

Programmable focusing optics

The ideal optics for remote processing

The TruFiber features an interface for connecting TRUMPF processing optics, such as the PFO 20.
PFO 14

Welding and drilling with the programmable focusing optics PFO

Programmable focusing optics PFO 20
PFO 20

Welding and drilling with the programmable focusing optics PFO

TRUMPF processing optics
PFO 33

Welding and drilling with the programmable focusing optics PFO

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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