TRUMPF Inc. (Farmington, CT) has announced the Tru-Laser Station 5004, a compact workstation that accommodates manual and semiautomatic laser welding. It comes equipped with an integrated protective hood, inert gas feeder, welding fume exhaust system, and safety features. The two cameras of its built-in electronic stereomicroscope offer a complete, three-dimensional exposure of the work pieces. The work station also displays the laser parameters in the microscope. The TruPulse 103 laser, which is integrated into the housing of the TruLaser workstation, has 6 kilowatts of pulse power in the millisecond range, and the dynamic power supply enables short pulse rise times.

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