The TruLaser Station has a footprint of less than 1 m². The rest of the structure also saves space: operating elements for setting up and teaching are located at the front of the machine. You can integrate a dust extractor directly in the machine frame.
The compact laser machine, the TruLaser Station 5005, offers you an affordable way into the world of laser welding. Even small and medium-sized parts can be processed in an affordable and space-saving manner. The TruLaser Station 5005 takes up no more than 10.75 ft², including its integrated exhaust system. The degree of operator convenience, on the other hand, is great: the laser machine is available as a standing or seated work station, with a powerful control concept that is easy and intuitive to operate.
With its low investment costs, the laser machine is the ideal entry point into the world of laser welding.
Simple and intuitive operation for your welding processes.
Maximum process reliability through the automatic detection of component attributes with VisionLine.
Heat conduction welding
The heat conduction welding enables quick and easy connection of thin-wall components. Furthermore, visible edges can be produced without requiring rework, which in turn accelerates the production process. The TruLaser Station 5005, in combination with TruDisk or TruDiode lasers, is ideal for applications such as the welding of sensors.
In combination with the programmable focusing optics, PFO, the TruLaser Station 5005 is outstanding when it comes to the scanner welding of electrical contacts.
Seam welding of an optoelectronic component
During seam welding, the sensitive electronics of components, such as sensors, are not affected. The component can be processed in the TruLaser Station 5005 through individual laser pulses or in continuous operation.
When spot welding with the TruLaser Station 5005, you join components through individual laser pulses in a way that protects materials. The short pulse duration means that virtually no heat is introduced to the component, enabling components to be processed essentially warp-free.
The titanium housing of a pacemaker can be welded in the TruLaser Station 5005 using a Nd:YAG laser, without causing damage to the sensitive internal components.
TRUMPF offers you a complete solution for plastic welding. You are provided with the laser, focusing optics with sensor system, and laser machine (with fixture upon request) all from a single source – perfectly adapted to your requirements. This enables you to make the most of the advantages of plastic welding, and produce connections with extremely high strength, density, and aesthetics.
TruLaser Station 5005
|Axis travel range|
|Max. number of axes||5|
|X axis travel range||300 mm|
|Y axis travel range||300 mm|
|Z axis travel range||500 mm|
|B axis travel range||± 120 °|
|C axis travel range||n x 360 °|
|Maximum axis speeds|
|Max axis speed, axially parallel in X||6 m/min|
|Max axis speed, axially parallel in Y||6 m/min|
|Max axis speed, axially parallel in Z||6 m/min|
|Max. axis speed, simultaneous||10 m/min|
|Max axis speed of B axis||15 RPM|
|Positioning accuracy of linear axes (X, Y, Z)||0.1 mm|
|Positioning accuracy of rotary axes (B)||0.1 °|
|Repeat accuracy of linear axes||0.03 mm|
|Repeat accuracy of rotary axes (B, C)||0.03 °|
|Max. laser output||1000 W|
|Available lasers||TruDiode, TruDisk, TruFiber, TruMicro (fiber-led), TruPulse|
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Numerous options make working with the TruLaser Station 5005 not only easier, but also noticeably quicker and therefore more productive due to reduced non-productive times.
The right focusing optics help you to ensure reliable material processing: BEO processing optics for welding, or PFO programmable focusing optics for scanner welding, for example.
The VisionLine image processing system automatically detects geometric features on the component, such as a joint gap. It corrects the NC processing program as required. This enables you to improve the quality of your components while keeping costs low.
The optional rotary axis of the TruLaser Station 5005 is used for welding rotation-symmetric components. You can select the optimally parameterized rotary axis depending on the size and weight of the component.
The motorized swivel axis quickly moves the focusing optics into the correct position. This enables the focusing optics to be rotated ± 120º.
The Panel PC evaluates image signals and offers user-friendly operation. This enables quick and simple teaching directly on the component via touchscreen.
To process larger components, you can expand the safety cabin to the left and/or right by approx. 14 in. on each side. This increased work area makes it easier to integrate devices.
In the clamp tower you can position, clamp, or center welded components. Two independently controlled clamping elements hold pressure dies or centering devices. They individually adjust the clamping force and speed using pressure regulators and throttles.
The travel range of the X-Y cross table is 300 x 300 mm². The T grooved plate is used for flexible mounting of the device.
The TruLaser Station 5005 provides you with a variety of media interfaces for simple device integration. It enables the use of multiple digital inputs and outputs, as well as a comprehensive gas supply and pneumatics.
With the motorized focusing you can switch between heat welding and deep welding without manual settings. This helps to reduce non-productive times to a minimum.
Smart Teach app
Smart Teach is an application for your PFO, programmable focusing optics. It makes it easier to create and set up laser welding programs. The digital camera transmits the live image to the app. This enables convenient teaching directly at the component. If you want to create and teach in geometries, you can do this by way of intuitive gesture operation on a tablet PC.
Visual Online Support (VOS)
Resolve even the most complex issues via the app – without the need for on-site deployment. Visual Online Support (VOS) enables you to exchange image, audio, and video files conveniently, quickly, and reliably, and thus avoid long machine downtimes.
TruTops PFO for scanner welding applications
The TruTops PFO offline software enables you to conveniently program your 2D and 3D laser processes: Simply create the desired paths, edges, or surfaces in the editor. Alternatively, you can load existing workpieces from CAD programs and program processing operations based on these.
The extensive range of TruTops software supports you throughout the entire production process. Control your operational workflow in a simple and targeted manner, from managing your customer orders and purchasing processes to delivery of the produced parts. Through the direct coupling with the machine control, you can keep a constant eye on the status of your orders.
Depending on the application you can choose from a wide range of solid-state lasers and select the perfect one for your needs. The TruLaser Station 5005 can be used with all fiber-guided TRUMPF solid-state lasers with laser powers of up to 1000 W.
The diverse modular optics kit has proven itself over years of use and is a perfect match for the TruLaser Station Series 5000 due to its compact design.
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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