Satisfying the most demanding requirements, even in series
Thanks to slab technology, the ultrashort pulse lasers of the TruMicro Series 6000 generate laser pulses which can be linearly amplified to very high pulse energies. As the parameters can be selected with great flexibility, even demanding processes can be optimally realized. Smoothly implement the high-quality and stable lasers of the TruMicro Series 6000 in your batch production, for example in Consumer Electronics, to cut glass or separate flexible printed circuit boards.
Individually combine demanding parameters such as high pulse energies with ultrashort pulse duration.
The ultrashort pulse lasers generate high average power due to high pulse energies.
Whether IR, green or UV – selecting the correct wavelength means the most varied of materials can be processed in the best possible way.
With the TruMicro Series 6000, you will receive industrial, high-quality series products based on established components.
The internal power control ensures stable output parameters and a homogeneous process result.
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.
PCB drilling made easy
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. Ultrashort pulse 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.
|Average output power||200 W||100 W||
30 W (< 500 fs) or
50 W (< 850 fs)
|Beam quality (M²)||< 1.3 , optional M² < 1.2||< 1.3 , optional < 1.2||< 1.3 , optional < 1.2|
|Wavelength||1030 nm||515 nm||343 nm|
< 850 fs or
< 5 ps
|< 850 fs||
< 500 fs or
< 850 fs
|Maximum pulse energy||
200 µJ for 1 MHz or
2 mJ with 100 kHz
|100 µJ at 1000 kHz||
37.5 µJ at 800 kHz (30 W)
50 µJ at 1 MHz (50 W)
|Maximum repetition rate||50000 kHz QCW mode||2000 kHz||2000 kHz|
|Dimensions of laser head (W x H x D)||600 mm x 366 mm x 735 mm||600 mm x 366 mm x 735 mm||600 mm x 366 mm x 735 mm|
|Dimensions of supply unit (W x H x D)||446 mm x 915 mm x 725 mm||446 mm x 915 mm x 725 mm||446 mm x 915 mm x 725 mm|
|Ambient temperature||15 °C - 35 °C||15 °C - 35 °C||15 °C - 35 °C|
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 visualizes 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 easily program the processing optics via the laser control system. The remote support service provided by TRUMPF means that you receive off-site support within seconds. This will allow you to avoid service calls or be as prepared as possible and increase the availability of the laser device.
The precise time definition of the individual laser pulses is relevant for an optimum process result. The exact time and pulse energy per individual pulse can be set due to the linear slab amplification. Particularly in combination with a scanner, this function can provide equidistant pulses on the workpiece even in the case of acceleration or deceleration.
In the event of an error, 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.
Interfaces are key for the integration of a TruMicro laser into 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, analog input board, interface for intelligent TRUMPF optics (CFO, PFO).
TOP Cleave cutting optics
The TOP Cleave-2 focusing optics are processing optics for high-dynamic cutting of transparent materials, such as glass or sapphire.
TOP Weld processing optics
The innovative processing optics for welding transparent materials without intermediate layers.
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