The one-box laser is a comprehensive all-in-one package that enables you to integrate laser marking into your production or machine. As well as the electronics, scanner, and PC, it also accommodates the TruMark 5010 or TruMark 1110 beam source in minimal space. This means that the one-box laser can cover a broad range of application areas. As there is no need for a separate supply unit, the marking laser is extremely space-saving to install. Integration in the entire system is easy due to the comprehensive interfaces. The robust components remain extremely low-maintenance in the long term. Their excellent price-performance ratio means that the one-box lasers are particularly suitable as entry-level models for laser marking. With IP protection class 54, a permitted ambient temperature of up to 104° F, and other measures to protect against environmental influences, the one-box laser is well-suited to applications in harsh industrial environments.
Your all-in-one solution – no separate supply unit or extra cables.
In dirty environments, you only need to change the filter mats and clean the protective glass.
Whether you are starting out or upgrading: one-box lasers offer an unbeatable price-performance ratio.
Combination with the TruMark Station 1000 or 3000 produces a real desktop solution.
Benefit from the full variety of interfaces – whether it is Profibus, Profinet, or EtherCAT.
|BEAM QUALITY (M²)||< 1.5||< 1.6|
|WAVELENGTH||1064 nm||1062 nm ± 3 nm|
|PULSE REPETITION FREQUENCY||cw, 15 kHz – 100 kHz||1 kHz – 200 kHz|
|MIN. FOCAL DIAMETER||50 μm with focal length 160 mm||45 μm|
|MAX. INTERNAL FOCAL POSITION CONTROL||± 7 mm with focal length 160 mm||± 24 mm with focal length 254 mm|
|MAX. MARKING FIELD SIZE||110 mm x 110 mm with focal length 160 mm||170 mm x 170 mm with focal length 254 mm|
|DIMENSIONS OF LASER HEAD (W X H X D)||172 mm x 236 mm x 333 mm||250 mm x 175 mm x 430 mm|
|AMBIENT TEMPERATURE||15 °C – 40 °C||15 °C – 40 °C|
Our 3D printing system TruPrint 3000 is now available with new features! Your requirements may well be very diverse, but…Show all news