Many challenges, one solution
Are you as a sheet metal processor struggling with the lack of skilled welders and increasing pressure concerning quality? You are not alone in this. The demand for simple automation for time-intensive welding is enormous. It is for this reason that the compact TruLaser Weld 1000 combines particularly simple operation and programming with the advantages of laser welding. You can weld faster, reduce rework, and still grow as a company despite a shortage of skilled labour.
Quick and reliable
You can create slim high-strength seams quickly with the deep welding process.
The counter segment made of stainless steel shines as a result of heat conduction welding with particularly attractive visible seams.
For all common materials
The lower terminal box is made of mild steel, the middle one is made of stainless steel, and the upper one is made of aluminum. You can weld all materials flexibly with the laser.
Hardly any rework required
Catering containers made of stainless steel can be produced with laser welding with hardly any post-processing required.
TruLaser Weld 1000
|Industrial robot KUKA KR 10
|Number of axes
|± 0.02 mm
|Maximum laser power
|Pneumatic rotary axes (option)
|Torque (at 6 bar)
|3605 mm x 2454 mm x 2818 mm
|Work table carrying capacity
Thanks to the ingeniously simple programming concept, users can program the industrial robot without any knowledge of the robot code. Operators with no knowledge of robotics can use the optional operating units for simple programming.
On the welding optics, you switch between heat conduction and deep penetration welding. An integrated camera helps in finding the right waypoints.
The coaxial shielding gas nozzle with integrated crossjet protects the melt in every direction from oxygen input and the processing optics from welding steam and spatter. A linear attachment provides optimum protection of the weld seam from oxidation.
You will receive an extensive collection of predefined welding parameters with the machine. This makes programming even faster. You simply select the suitable data record for your welding path, depending on sheet thickness, procedure and material.
The KUKA robot KR 10 with its six axes moves with agility and extreme precision.
During two-station operation, the robot shuttles along the linear axis between the right- and left-hand stations. During one-station operation, it utilizes the movement space for improved positioning of the welding optics.
The monitored safety cabin with integrated suction system, laser protection and lighting ensures safety. The extendible partition wall divides the work area for two-station operation if required. There is optimum access to the system thanks to sliding doors on the left and right as well as two hinged doors at the back.
You can fix the components on the work table with positioning accuracy. Standardized clamping systems or fixtures are suitable for positioning the components. The table plate is fitted diagonally with system holes D16 in a grid of 50 x 50 mm. The table's dimensions are 2000 x 1000 x 100 mm.
An additional axis for rotating components extends the positioning options. The two pneumatic rotary axes allow for synchronized positioning of components or fixtures, improving accessibility and productivity.
Seamless integration of multiple 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.
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