2010

Fiber Laser Marker

altTRUMPF (Farmington, CT) has unveiled the TruMark 5020, a new fiber laser marker that is suited for applications on metals and plastics with high speed and edge quality requirements. With high pulse frequencies and pulse-to-pulse stability, this laser marker is able to convert pulse frequencies of up to 1 MHz into a correspondingly high processing speed. For safety, the product includes a mechanical lock that prevents the laser beam from discharging between two marking procedures. The TruMark 5020 also features a modular design with the scanner, laser head, and power supply unit connected via plug-in connectors. The product comes with integrated laser power measurement and laser power calibration to maintain laser marking consistency.

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