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Trumpf (Farmington, CT) describes its new TruMark 5020 fiber laser marker as fast and flexible, and ideal for applications in plastics requiring high speed and excellent edge quality, thanks to high-pulse frequencies and its superior pulse-to-pulse stability. Trumpf paid particular attention to laser safety in the design of the new fiber laser marker. In addition to an especially tough fiber protection hose, the TruMark 5020 has a mechanical lock that prevents the laser beam from discharging between two marking procedures.

IMM Staff

September 24, 2009

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Laser marker touts safety, remote maintainability

Trumpf (Farmington, CT) describes its new TruMark 5020 fiber laser marker as fast and flexible, and ideal for applications in plastics requiring high speed and excellent edge quality, thanks to high-pulse frequencies and its superior pulse-to-pulse stability. Trumpf paid particular attention to laser safety in the design of the new fiber laser marker. In addition to an especially tough fiber protection hose, the TruMark 5020 has a mechanical lock that prevents the laser beam from discharging between two marking procedures.

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The TruMark 5020 has a modular design. Scanner, laser head, and power supply unit are connected via plug-in connectors, allowing the marking laser to be easily integrated into existing production systems. In addition, telediagnostics make it possible to maintain the fiber marking laser remotely. For this purpose, the TruMark 5020 comes with integrated laser power measurement and laser power calibration. —[email protected]

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