Laser tube cutting

July 8, 2009
TRUMPF's new TruLaser Tube 7000 tube cutting system paves the way to new fields of application

A tube inside a tube. That might be your initial reaction when you see the new TruLaser Tube 7000 in action. This laser cutting system processes tubes inside a
tunnel-like safety enclosure and then, depending on size, moves them forward to the brush table or ejects them to a parts container behind the machine. With this high-end modern designed machine, TRUMPF (Farmington, CT; www.us.trumpf.com) offers a laser cutting system featuring heavy-duty drives engineered for heavy tubes, a broad chucking range, and a high degree of flexibility.

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