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TruLaser Weld 5000
TruLaser Weld 5000
Laser welding systems

TruLaser Weld 5000

Automated laser welding: productive and flexible

TruLaser Weld 5000 with BrightLine Scan
TruLaser Weld 5000 with BrightLine Scan
Laser welding systems

TruLaser Weld 5000

Automated laser welding: productive and flexible

One system, countless benefits

Robots, lasers, processing optics, enclosed protective housing, and positioners – TruLaser Weld 5000 is a turn-key system for automatic laser welding. You can flexibly weld deep and strong seams or nicely rounded, smooth seams using one system. FusionLine also enables you to connect components with gaps. The versatile system can be precisely tailored to meet your needs with different component positioners.

Flexible laser welding

Heat conduction welding, deep penetration welding, or FusionLine – all on just one machine

User-friendly operation

Functions such as the rotatable control panel and the additional status monitor make your work easier.

Improved accessibility

The rotary module for shield gas guidance provides excellent parts accessibility

Individual loading

Different component positioners are available depending on the desired loading option.

Parallel programming

With the simple TruTops Weld offline programming system

Automatic component position detection

The TeachLine sensor system reliably detects the seam placement.

TruLaser Weld 5000
The new BrightLine scan welding process enables various new laser welding applications
TruLaser Weld 5000, large format
The TeachLine sensor system reliably detects the position of the seam
Laser welding a mild steel cover
Laser welding a stainless steel counter segment
New level of laser welding

The new BrightLine scan welding process enables you to robustly and flexibly weld small joint gaps, specifically adjust seam widths, and influence weld flaking. Elevate your laser welding work to a new level by adding new areas of application, such as thick sheet metal and aluminum, and reducing the amount of spatter.

TruLaser Weld 5000, rotary module for shield gas guidance
Improving accessibility

The rotary module make it easier to access your components allowing you to weld faster. The shielding gas nozzle rotates continuously around the optics. The robot does not need to reorient itself.

FusionLine
Tolerant laser welding with FusionLine

This allows you to close gaps up to 1 mm wide and to laser-weld economically without optimizing your component portfolio for laser welding. The benefit for you: The machine can process more components and your capacity increases.

TruLaser Weld 5000 sample part for process-reliable welding

Welding with process reliability

BrightLine Scan allows you to weld corners, gaps and other tolerances with process reliability. This sample part made of mild steel shows a conventionally designed cover for a clamp.

TruLaser Weld 5000, sample part for high-quality welding results

High-quality welding results

BrightLine Scan's high frequencies achieve high-quality welding results with aluminum alloys. This aluminum sample part shows a battery tray element with a 135° corner.

Stainless steel water tank

Flexible welding

The water tank made of stainless steel shows different deep-welded seam geometries in sheet thicknesses of 0.06 in and 0.12 in.

Mild steel tube connection

Quick and reliable

You can create slim high-strength seams quickly with the deep welding process.

Stainless steel counter segment

Almost invisible

The counter segment made of stainless steel shines as a result of heat conduction welding with particularly attractive visible seams.

Terminal box

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 material with the laser with flexibility.

Mild steel cover

As if it were a single piece

You can create nicely rounded seams with heat conduction welding, with barely any component distortion.

Stainless steel gastronomy container

Hardly any rework required

Catering containers made of stainless steel can be produced with laser welding with hardly any post-processing required.

Tolerant laser welding prototype

Tolerant laser welding

The new FusionLine bridges gaps up to a millimeter wide.

TruLaser Weld 5000
Axis data  
Type High accuracy robot
Number of axes 6
Nominal carrying capacity 70 kg
Repeatability +/- 0.05 mm
Laser-specific data  
Available lasers TruDisk 4001 / 6001 / 8001 | TruFiber 3001 / 4001 / 6001
Rotate and tilt positioner  
Maximum work area 2000 mm x 1000 mm x 1200 mm
Maximum loading 500 kg
Dual station table  
Max. Arbeitsraum ⌀ 2350 mm x 1150 mm
Maximum loading (per side) 250 kg
Rotary table  
Max. Arbeitsraum ⌀ 1200 mm x 2600 mm
Maximum loading (per side) 750 kg
Rotationswechsler mit Wendeachse  
Max. Arbeitsraum ⌀ 1200 mm x 2600 mm
Maximum loading 750 kg
Turnover positioner  
Max. Arbeitsraum ⌀ 2000 mm x 4000 mm
Maximum loading 1000 kg
Compact rotary table with 3D clamping plate  
Max. Arbeitsraum (r Halbzylinder) 1500 mm
Max. Arbeitsraum (Höhe) 1250 mm
Maximum loading 430 kg
Max. Lastmassenträgheitsmoment 600 kg*m2
Drehbereich Rotationswechsler ± 180 °
Drehzeit Rotationswechsler (für 180°) 3.7 s
Einlegehöhe 830 mm
Compact rotary table with vertical rotary axis  
Max. Arbeitsraum (r Halbzylinder) 1500 mm
Max. Arbeitsraum (Höhe) 1250 mm
Maximum loading 435 kg
Max. Lastmassenträgheitsmoment Ringrundschalttisch 600 kg*m2
Drehbereich Rotationswechsler ± 180 °
Drehzeit Rotationswechsler (für 180°) 3.7 s
Drehbereich vertikale Drehachsen ± 190 °
Drehzeit vertikale Drehachsen (für 180°) 2.5 s
Max. Lastmassenträgheitsmoment vertikale Drehachsen 359 kg*m2
Einlegehöhe 885 mm
Dimensions, weights  
Possible cabin dimensions 4800 mm x 3650 mm x 3215 mm
4800 mm x 4800 mm x 3215 mm
4800 mm x 5950 mm x 3215 mm
5950 mm x 4800 mm x 3215 mm
5950 mm x 5950 mm x 3215 mm
7100 mm x 4800 mm x 3215 mm
7100 mm x 5950 mm x 3215 mm
8250 mm x 4800 mm x 3215 mm
8250 mm x 5950 mm x 3215 mm
9400 mm x 4800 mm x 3215 mm
9400 mm x 5950 mm x 3215 mm
TruLaser Weld 5000, rotate and tilt positioner
Rotate and tilt positioner

With an NC rotary axis integrated into the robot control, the rotate and tilt positioner also makes it possible to weld components that are difficult to access in just one tool setup.

TruLaser Weld 5000, rotary table
Rotary table

The rotary table enables you to set up outside the cell during the welding process, which increases the efficiency of your system.

Compact rotary table with 3D clamping plate
Compact rotary table with 3D clamping plate

Compact, productive, and low cost: With the automatic rotating work table you will double your throughput and can weld on the inside on one side of the table, while simultaneously setting up a new component on the outside.

Compact rotary table with vertical rotary axis
Compact rotary table with vertical rotary axis

Compact, flexible, and cost-effective: Increase your flexibility and access to the components by using the vertical rotary axis.

Automatic rotary changer
Rotary table with horizontal turning axis

Fast, flexible, and solid: Benefit from the high carrying capacity, the large distance between centers, and fast rotation time. This is perfect for fast "round-the-clock" processing of high quantities and large components.

TruLaser Weld 5000, automatic laser welding in XXL
Automated laser welding in XXL

The TruLaser Weld 5000 robot travels along a linear axis, covering a large work area. In line with this, the system has a four-meter long turnover positioner.

TruLaser Weld 5000, rotary module for shield gas guidance
Rotary module for shield gas guidance

The shielding gas nozzle rotates continuously around the optics. The amount the robot needs to reorient itself is significantly reduced. This reduces expenditure on clamping systems and programming, makes your components more accessible, and you can weld much more quickly.

TruLaser Weld 5000, TeachLine
TeachLine

The TeachLine sensor system means that you can also weld components without time-consuming reteaching. The sensors detect the placement of the seam, even if its actual position deviates slightly from the required position.

FusionLine
FusionLine

FusionLine allows you to close gaps up to 1 mm wide and to laser-weld economically without optimizing your component portfolio for laser welding.

TruLaser Weld 5000 with BrightLine Scan
BrightLine scan

During this new welding process using beam oscillation, two programmable mirrors move the laser beam. Frequencies of up to 2000 Hz ensure that the welding process is particularly robust and flexible. Elevate your laser welding work to a new level.

TruLaser Weld 5000, zero-point clamping system
Zero-point clamping system

You can attach fixtures quickly and precisely using the zero-point clamping system. It offers the right systems for rotate and tilt positioners and rotary tables.

Connectivity key visual
Digital connection and integration for smart solutions

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.

TruTops Weld

TruTops Weld

Create your welding program quickly and easily on the computer using the TruTops Weld offline programming system, thereby reducing non-productive time on your TruLaser Weld 5000.

Software process cycle

Software

The software portfolio from TRUMPF optimizes your entire production process – from the customer query through to delivery of the finished part. TRUMPF combines the software intelligently with machines and services to create customized Industry 4.0 solutions for your Smart Factory.

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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