3/10/2016

Compact Marking Station Handles Smaller Batch Sizes

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Well-suited for small or medium batch sizes, Trumpf’s TruMark Station 3000 compact marking station can be used to integrate the marking process into production lines.

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Well-suited for small or medium batch sizes, Trumpf’s TruMark Station 3000 compact marking station can be used to integrate the marking process into production lines. It requires no additional supply unit when combined with TruMark 1110 or 5010 marking lasers, although it can be combined with any marking laser in the line’s 1000, 3000 or 5000 series.

In the TruMark 1110 diode-pumped vanadate laser design, the beam source, controls, internal focal position control and scanner are housed within an enclosure that is roughly the size of a shoebox. Since this laser operates in the infrared range, it is well-suited for marking metals, plastics and other materials. It offers good beam quality, high peak pulse power and superb repetition frequencies to reliably process medium-sized batches, the company says. Internal control of the focal position and high pulse-to-pulse stability result in consistent and fully repeatable marks at pulse widths of less than 25 ns. 

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