The marking systems from TRUMPF come in different sizes and power classes so that you can find the optimal device for every marking task: regardless of large or small-sized components, or large or small lot sizes. All the laser marking systems are simple, comfortable, and safe to use. During design, great emphasis was placed on the ergonomic operation, both with standing and seated operating positions. The marking systems from TRUMPF are certified to laser class 1 – just like a commercially available DVD player. The laser marking systems can therefore be used in your plant without any additional safety measures.
The marking lasers from TRUMPF come in many different power classes and with all standard wavelengths (infrared, green, ultraviolet). These lasers are ideal for marking processes such as engraving, ablation, annealing, discoloration, and foaming. In addition to metals, marking lasers from TRUMPF also process many other materials such as plastics, glass, silicon, ceramics, and organic substances. All marking lasers have a consistent modular design and can therefore be easily integrated into your system. The TRUMPF standard delivery range includes up to five different focusing optics for each marking laser type so that you always get the optimum processing result, no matter what the application.
Non-automated and non-motorized entry level marking system
Simplicity and convenient operation marking system for processing medium lot sizes
Flexible all-around solution for convenient laser marking
With its large interior dimensions laser marking system for almost any application
Outstanding and compact cost-effectiveness
All-around solution for markings with ultrashort pulses
All-around solution for materials and applications
Flexible and productive fiber laser marking with compact laser head
The next generation marking laser with 3D marking as well high level of productivity
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