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 so the user does not come into contact with the powder.
Make the most out of the cost-effective 3D printing with 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 fiber lasers from TRUMPF – which scan the entire build area – delivers top productivity. Melt Pool Monitoring and comprehensive process monitoring ensure the highest quality standards. The production process with the TruPrint 2000 is a closed powder circuit under shielding gas. This allows for easy and practical handling, with the highest operator safety.
The fullfield multilaser with 55-µm beam diameter allows the machine to be highly productive and achieve high-quality printed parts.
A perfectly coordinated machine concept allows for series components to be manufactured cost efficiently.
Melt Pool Monitoring and comprehensive process monitoring allow you to maintain high component quality consistently.
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 design freedom, which enables additional functions. Additive manufacturing used for spine cages allows patients to heal faster and improves 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 a huge advantage for dental components. The low degree of surface roughness also saves you the need for refinishing.
With the small 55-µm laser beam diameter of the TruPrint 2000, you benefit from a level of detail which is ideal for medical implants such as the femoral component of a total knee replacement implant. This is due to additive manufacturing, which allows for the most intricate of lattice structures to be printed; osseointegration improves significantly.
3D-printed tool inserts for injection molding
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 molding tool, which allows the cycle time for manufacturing gearwheels to be significantly reduced.
|Build volume (cylinder)||Durchmesser 200 mm x 200 mm Höhe|
|Effective build volume (standard)||Diameter 200 mm x 200 mm Höhe|
|Processable materials||Schweißbare Metalle in Pulverform, wie z.B.: Edelstähle, Werkzeugstähle, Aluminium-, Nickelbasis-, Kobalt-Chrom- oder Titan-Legierungen|
|Preheating (standard)||bis zu 200 °C|
|Minimum laser power at the workpiece (TRUMPF fiber laser)||Fiber laser 40 W|
|Maximum laser power at the workpiece (TRUMPF fiber laser)||Fiber 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||Stickstoff, Argon|
|Dimensions (including filter, electrical cabinet) (W x H x D)||2003 mm x 2018 mm x 730 mm|
|Weight (including filter, powder)||3200 kg|
TruTops Print with Siemens NX software package
At the beginning of the process chain for additive manufacturing is the preparation of data for the 3D design and production program. As a development partner of Siemens, TRUMPF is now offering a consistent software solution with a standard user interface without interruptions in the system with the "TruTops Print with Siemens NX" software package. The intelligent process chain of the software solution offers a high level of process reliability, as the tools for the development, simulation, 3D printing, and NC programming for metal parts are integrated in a single system, meaning it is no longer necessary to convert data in STL. The TRUMPF build processor is also integrated in the software package for slicing and hatching the build jobs, as well as for parameter management. Save on time and costs with a clear workflow.
Increase your productivity with the multilaser option: two TRUMPF fiber lasers, each with an output of 300 W and a 55-µm beam diameter can expose simultaneously in the build area and generate up to 80% more parts in the same time with flexibility. As such, you can ensure that parts are available more quickly and maximize 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.
Monitoring solutions for your additive manufacturing
The intelligent monitoring solutions from TRUMPF enable you to professionally monitor and analyze 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 right powder for your application
A wide range of materials are used for 3D printing of metal parts. Different materials involve different requirements for the machine. With TRUMPF, you can obtain the machine and quality-approved powder directly from a single source. You can be sure the powder is the best match for use in the TruPrint 1000. TRUMPF also offers the appropriate parameter sets and substrate plates for the powders we offer. You therefore receive a complete solution. The range includes, for example, powders from the areas of stainless steel, tool steel, cobalt-chromium, titanium, precious metals, and bronze.
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.
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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