Maximize your productivity with the TRUMPF fullfield multilaser: Three 500 watt TRUMPF fiber lasers simultaneously scan the entire build area (100% overlap), which ensures that you achieve the best build rates. All of the lasers can be allocated in the build area with flexibility, which gives the components an optimal surface quality without any seam marks.
Create top-quality 3D components faster
The highly productive, partially automated TruPrint 5000 3D printing system provides the ideal basis for industrial series production. With optional features, including 500°C-preheating and the fullfield multilaser with three 500-watt TRUMPF fiber lasers, you are perfectly equipped to handle even the most demanding industrial applications. The machine quickly and reliably manufactures high-quality components from a range of different metal materials, all while meeting the stringent quality requirements for tool and mold making, the aviation and aerospace industry, and the medical technology sector. As an option, the entire process chain can be carried out in a shielding gas atmosphere: sieving, printing, cooling, depowdering. Combined with external part and powder management and the monitoring solutions from TRUMPF, it is predestined for industrial additive series production.
3 x 500-watt fiber lasers simultaneously scan the entire build area to achieve an optimal, seamless surface quality.
Optional preheating of the substrate plate to up to 500°C ensures a high component quality and a robust LMF process. All important process steps can be performed under shielding gas.
The automatic process start allows for fast set-up and offers a high degree of process reliability.
The build and supply cylinders can be exchanged quickly and safely for work parallel to production.
The ideal basis for downstream processes such as sawing, milling, or grinding.
Keep an eye on the powder coating, weld pool, machine status, and productivity at all times and have full control over the component quality, layer-by-layer.
Tool and mold making
Additive manufacturing allows you to create castings with deep ribs in a reliable manner. Cooling close to the contour effectively prevents the overheating of domed areas on sliders, enabling you to realize shorter cycle times. At the same time, this improves the micro-crystalline structure of the casting, which in turn increases its load capacity.
Unlike the conventional milling manufacturing process from a block with 95% material removal, by using additive manufacturing you can achieve a 28% reduction in the weight of the satellite structure, as well as a 45% increase in its rigidity.
Tool and mold making
By optimizing this runner from Laupp GmbH using laser metal fusion (LMF), the process steps have been reduced from five to just one, and sealing points have been eliminated. The conformal tempering channels increase efficiency and reduce the operating costs.
When it comes to products for the medical technology sector, laser metal fusion allows for a high degree of customization and meets stringent material requirements.
Aviation and aerospace
This bracket – a typical component used in the aviation and aerospace industry – has optimized topology which enables savings to be made in the materials and weight.
Tool and mold making
Laser metal fusion (LMF) was used on this gate bush to achieve optimum temperature control and to thermally isolate the hot runner nozzles. These tempering channels cannot be produced conventionally.
Aviation and aerospace
Printing a gimbal with the 500°C preheating option significantly reduces residual stress in the Ti6AI4V component. This opens up entirely new possibilities in design, especially in the construction of more solid components.
Tool and mold making
Printed results for highly polished cores from Reinhard Bretthauer GmbH made out of H11 using the 500°C preheating option are crack-free with densities in excess of 99.9%. Polishing properties are also high with no difference to conventional production. Cooling performance is comparable to copper. Integrated cooling channels enable stable plastic parts production in injection molding and significantly reduces cycle times.
|Build volume (cylinder)||Diameter 300 mm x 400 mm Height|
|Effective build volume (when preheating > 200 °C)||Diameter 290 mm x 400 mm Height|
|Processable materials||Metal powders for welding, such as stainless steels, tool steels, and aluminum alloys, nickel-based alloys, titanium alloys. Current availability of materials and their parameters available on request.|
|Preheating (standard)||Up to 200 °C|
|Preheating (option)||Up to 500 °C|
|Maximum laser power at the workpiece (TRUMPF fiber laser)||500 W|
|Beam diameter (individually adjustable)||100 - 500 μm|
|Layer thickness||30 - 150 μm|
|Build rate||5 - 180 cm³/h 1|
|Minimum measurable oxygen level||Up to 100 ppm|
|Connection and consumption|
|Electrical connection (voltage)||400 V|
|Electrical connection (current intensity)||32 A|
|Electrical connection (frequency)||50 Hz|
|Shielding gas||Nitrogen, argon|
|Weight (including filter, electrical cabinet, powder)||7085 kg|
|Dimensions (including filter, electrical cabinet) (W x H x D)||4616 mm x 1645 mm x 2038 mm|
|Dimensions (including filter, electrical cabinet) (W x D x H) with 500 °C preheating option||5266 mm x 1645 mm x 2038 mm|
TRUMPF provides the suitable software solution with TruTops Print so you can get the best out of the TruPrint 3D printers. Alongside the preparation of intuitive data for the build job and the clear management of parameters for the TRUMPF Build Processor, TruTops Print also has a BuildJob Viewer for a subsequent check of the hatched slices. The modern user interface summarizes all functionalities in a clear overview and facilitates quick access for maximum efficiency. Data can be prepared for all TruPrint machines with TruTops Print. This incorporates the loading of the stl files and the individual assignment of the exposure strategies to the components to be printed including the z-segmentation of the build job. This permits the application of different exposure strategies with varying component heights so that it is possible to adapt the parameters to the respective requirements in an even better way. This ensures efficiency and productivity with optimum printing quality and reproducibility. Furthermore, TruTops Print has flexible parameter management with the open Parameter Editor. This can be used to optionally change parameter sets provided by TRUMPF according to individual customer requirements, or to develop completely new parameter sets. The generated WZA/WZX files can be checked in the integrated BuildJob Viewer up to the vector layer to ensure high quality even before printing.
TruTops Print Multilaser Assistant
Intelligent and flexible control options are needed in order to make optimal use of the three TruPrint 5000 fullfield multilasers. These options are provided by the Multilaser Assistant integrated in TruTops Print, in which laser allocation is configured, in order to optimize the build job in terms of productivity and quality. Additionally, the processing sequence can be viewed, and production time can be predicted.
Data preparation suitable for your workflow
TruTops Print is already connected with numerous CAD/CAM systems for a seamless data preparation workflow.
As well as 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.
With four different profile sides available for use, you can achieve a perfect, uniform powder coating and benefit from the highly durable recoater component X profile, as well as a robust process.
Note: This option is compatible with preheating up to 200°C.
The heat-resistant carbon fiber brush enables a faster and more robust powder coating, especially with preheated temperatures from 200°C.
A high component quality is achieved through optionally preheating the substrate plate to up to 500°C. This enables a robust LMF process for a wide range of materials, ideal for sectors that place high demands on their applications (preheating basic machine of up to 200 °C). The industrial exchangeable cylinder principle in combination with the cooling station make it possible to cool down the hot build job parallel to production. This increases the productivity of your 3D printer.
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 involves solutions for the monitoring of processes, 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 have full transparency across all your machinery, along with the option of remote access to the machines - either via desktop or with mobile access via the MobileControl app.
Optimal handling of the powder and components is crucial for series production on an industrial scale. The industrial parts and powder management from TRUMPF enables the setup and powder removal of one or more machines, all parallel to production. This increases productivity and profitability for our customers. Standard interfaces and a modular structure guarantee maximum flexibility.
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.
- The actual build rate consisting of exposure and coating. Dependent on the configuration of the system, the process parameters, material and fill level.