Short and ultrashort pulse laser
Short and ultra-short pulse lasers from TRUMPF are the ideal industry-ready tool for micro-processing. They are well-suited for all standard processing methods such as cutting, drilling, ablating, and structuring, in a wide range of materials. The bandwidth of the TruMicro Series ranges from nanosecond lasers (ns-lasers) to ultrashort pulse lasers, picosecond lasers, and femtosecond lasers (ps- and fs-lasers). The ps-lasers and fs-lasers enable cold processing of the material even at moderate average power, meaning that there is practically no heat input on the workpiece. The average laser powers of the short and ultrashort pulse lasers from TRUMPF range from just a few watts to several hundred watts. The high peak pulse powers are unrivalled, with the total costs remaining extremely low over the full life cycle.
TruMicro Series 2000
The fiber-based ultrashort pulse lasers in the TruMicro Series 2000 are distinguished by their compact and light design. The moderate average power and high beam quality will open up new areas of application for you, such as in medical technology or foil processing.
TruMicro Mark 2000
The TruMicro Mark 2000 is the first all-around turnkey solution for an ultrashort pulse laser in a marking station. The package, which can also be obtained as an OEM solution, includes a scanner, laser cooler, and marking software in addition to the laser. The TruMicro Mark 2000 is ideally suited for you if you are looking for a marking unit for laser markings with ultrashort laser pulses.
TruMicro Series 5000
Quick and cost-effective processing of various materials with lasers from the TruMicro Series 5000. These work with an optimal combination of quality, productivity, and profitability, with no limits in terms of industrial suitability. The picosecond and femtosecond lasers impress with their extremely short pulses and high pulse energy of up to 500 μJ.
TruMicro Series 7000
The high-performance nanosecond lasers of the TruMicro Series 7000 combine short pulses with high pulse energies, even at high frequencies. They are therefore, best-suited to large-scale and quick ablation, drilling, or cutting with maximum throughput.