The 19-inch housing of the TruFiber 500 W laser contains all of the components that you will need for smooth and simple operation. They are also available in stand-alone versions with an integrated compressor cooler.
The TruFiber fiber laser cuts and welds fine contours with great precision. It produces narrow kerfs and slim welding seams with high quality and a high processing speed. It does so because of its excellent beam quality: the fiber resonator provides a highly focused laser light with basic-mode beam quality. Typical areas of application for the TruFiber include medical technology, precision engineering and precision mechanics, electrical engineering, and electronics.
The fiber that serves as the resonator produces highly focused laser light in basic-mode beam quality for fine processing.
Stable processes and reproducible results due to the integrated laser power control.
Cut and weld corners and sharp curves optimally with the CutAssist option.
The integrated TruControl control system makes operating the tool easy and fast.
Laser-cut crimp contacts and spring elements made of bronze, brass, and stainless steel. Particularly with small series or series with a lot of variation, the laser process is usually more cost-effective in comparison with traditional processes, such as punching.
Laser-welded sensor housing with a defined heat input. Laser welding with the TruFiber will not damage the sensitive electronic components inside.
Laser-cut watch hand
With the CutAssist option, you can achieve exact power regulation when making direction and speed changes during processing. This enables precise cuts when working on the delicate hand of a watch.
Delicately cut necklace
The TruFiber really shows its advantages with thin components and delicate contours. It can achieve kerfs of less than 30 µm.
TruFiber meets the high requirements that medical technology places on component precision. Precise, smooth cut contours are particularly important for laser-cut titanium implant systems, for example. This reduces rework to a minimum.
With the TruFiber laser you can produce slim weld seams that are less than 100 µm wide and have no burr formation.
Cell phone battery
The TruFiber fiber laser enables you to produce liquid-tight and gas-tight welds. The seams that are produced meet the highest requirements for tightness, for example, for continuous wave seam welds on cell phone batteries.
|Laser power at the workpiece||500 W||1000 W|
|Power constancy at rated laser output||± 1 %||± 1 %|
|Continuously adjustable power range||15 W - 500 W||30 W - 1000 W|
|Beam quality (M²)||< 1.1||< 1.1|
|Wavelength||1070 nm ± 10 nm||1070 nm ± 10 nm|
|Laser light cable diameter||11 μm||20 μm|
|Length of the laser light cable||10 m||10 m|
|Dimensions, 19" version (W x H x D)||483 mm x 495 mm x 513 mm||-|
|Dimensions, Standalone version (W x H x D)||600 mm x 1500 mm x 800 mm||-|
|Max. number of laser light cables||1||1|
|Ambient temperature||5 °C - 40 °C||5 °C - 40 °C|
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With TRUMPF you have the ability to adapt your solid-state laser to your installation and operating situation with flexibility. This applies, for example, to all beam guidance components and the control. You also have several options for cooling the laser. Interfaces for different optics are provided right from the start. The TRUMPF Remote Service helps you to ensure your system remains available, anywhere and at any time.
The stand-alone solution offers you a complete turnkey laser unit in a cabinet with an integrated water-air chiller. Due to the compact footprint of the overall device, the stand-alone version is easy to integrate into laser systems. Compared to the 19" version, this variant is more dust and moisture-tight. The stand-alone version is available for the TruFiber 500.
The TruFiber can be equipped with virtually all standard fieldbus interfaces for control and actuation. The following are also available: real-time interface, parallel digital I/O, OPC UA software interface, and analog input boards.
Intelligent optics can be synchronized with your laser via a dedicated interface. For example, the CFO focusing optics or PFO scanner optics can be used to best suit your requirements. You can program the processing optics easily via the laser control system. You do not need any additional PCs or control systems.
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.
The CutAssist option can assist you with precision cutting and welding. Due to the automatic adjustment of the laser parameters to the feed rate, you can even process corners and sharp curves precisely without having to search for the parameters again. CutAssist prevents burning in corners and burr formation when machining fine structures.
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. Additional modules are specifically tailored to the requirements of the TruFiber: The CutAssist option automatically adapts the laser parameters to the speed of the guidance system. In order to ensure that parts are traceable, the DataStore module records all quality-related data.
If external controls are present, TruControl will communicate with them via all standard interfaces. Inputs are made via the touchscreen of the operating panel or panel of a panel PC. You can integrate your laser into the network via Ethernet and connect multiple PCs.
The TRUMPF sensor systems mean that your production will always be both efficient and cost-effective. The sensor products VisionLine, CalibrationLine or integrated pyrometers ensure stable processes by monitoring all the procedures in laser production, making a significant contribution towards your process reliability. Processing continues unimpeded during the measurement – no interruptions are required, saving you valuable production time.
TRUMPF VisionLine image processing detects features on the components and ensures that welding is always in the correct location.
The TRUMPF CalibrationLine tool checks and corrects the focal position and laser power on the workpiece at regular, individually definable intervals.
Lasers and laser systems – with us, the perfect pair. All beam sources are optimally attuned to the requirements of the TRUMPF laser systems. You can choose between numerous versions and options, resulting in a system which is precisely tailored to your task. It is, of course, also possible to integrate our lasers directly into your production lines.
TRUMPF offers you all the components you need for beam guidance from the laser to the workpiece. This also applies for various focusing optics which have proven themselves to be precise and reliable over many years of industrial use. The optics can be easily integrated – both in stand-alone processing stations as well as in complete production lines. The modular structure enables the optics to be continually adapted to the laser types and various processing situations.
Regardless of whether you are welding, cutting, ablating, heat treating, or drilling, you can count on high-quality process results with robust focusing optics from TRUMPF.
Programmable focusing optics
The ideal optics for remote processing
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