Due to its intelligent, ergonomic design, the compact TruMark Station 5000 can be used as both a standing and a seated workstation. We equip the machine with linear axes in the X and Y direction and rotary axes with various clamping systems, according to your requirements. The marking station offers the possibility of workpiece flow through a transfer for integration in a flow line. The openings in the side of the housing offer excellent flexibility so that the TruMark Station 5000 can be expanded in line with your requirements. Its flexibility and its suitability for diverse application scenarios make the TruMark Station 5000 the true all-around solution of the TRUMPF marking systems.
The TruMark Station 5000 can be combined with all TRUMPF marking lasers.
Any emissions are immediately channeled away by the exhaust system that is integrated as standard.
TruMark Station 5000 can be integrated in a flow line. It offers you the option of workpiece flow using the openings in the side of the housing or with the flexible TruMark Station 5000 without housing (laser class 4).
A large number of lasers with various focusing lenses are available for the TruMark Station 5000. These are optimally tailored to the marking lasers of the TruMark Series, which offers focusing lenses up to a focal length of 420mm for the TruMark Station 5000.
|MAXIMUM WORKPIECE DIMENSIONS (W X H X D)||680 mm x 500 mm x 700 mm|
|AVAILABLE MOTORIZED AXIS|
|TRAVERSE PATH OF THE Z AXIS||500 mm 380 mm with TruMark 5010|
|TRAVERSE PATH OF THE X AXIS||300 mm|
|TRAVERSE PATH OF THE Y AXIS||300 mm|
|Z TRAVERSE SPEED||1.5 m/min|
|X TRAVERSE SPEED||6 m/min|
|Y TRAVERSE SPEED||6 m/min|
|CONNECTION AND CONSUMPTION|
|ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (VOLTAGE)||115 V – 230 V|
|ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (FREQUENCY)||50 Hz – 60 Hz|
|DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT OF WORK STATION|
|DIMENSIONS OF WORK STATION (W X H X D)||860 mm x 2000 mm x 1310 mm|
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