Economical laser marking

March 31, 2009
TRUMPF has introduced the TruMark 3010 diode-pumped solid-state marking laser designed for those who need to mark small batches or individual workpieces. Operating with a wavelength of 1064 nm, the laser is user-friendly, compact in size, requires very low maintenance, and has a low investment cost.

TRUMPF has introduced the TruMark 3010 diode-pumped solid-state marking laser designed for those who need to mark small batches or individual workpieces. Operating with a wavelength of 1064 nm, the laser is user-friendly, compact in size, requires very low maintenance, and has a low investment cost.It is the newest member of the TruMark Series 3000. New NAVIGATOR software, which determines the optimal laser settings, allows even users without special laser expertise to do high-quality laser marking on metals and plastics.
TRUMPF
Farmington, CT
www.us.trumpf.com


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An economical introduction to laser marking:
The TruMark 3010 marking laser from TRUMPF

Featuring tried-and-trusted laser marking technology from TRUMPF, along with low investment costs, the new TruMark 3010 marking laser is the ideal model for those who need to mark small batches or individual workpieces. The marking laser is impressive because of its user friendliness, compact size and very low maintenance. Due to a convection cooled laser head, the TruMark 3010 is a very silent companion without creating unwanted air-flow close to the workpiece.

The TruMark 3010 diode-pumped solid state laser with a wavelength of 1064 nm is the newest member of the TruMark Series 3000. Thanks to the new NAVIGATOR software, even users without special laser expertise can do high-quality laser marking on metals and plastics. Using the intuitive menu navigation, users select their materials and the desired marking process. The laser subsequently creates a test matrix from different marking fields from which the user selects the one with the best result. From it, NAVIGATOR determines the optimal laser settings for marking, such as pulse frequency, pulse power or scanner speed. Once this is done, the machine can begin marking the workpiece. With the NAVIGATOR software, users can achieve excellent marking results quickly and easy.

Easy to integrate

Like all lasers in the TruMark series, the convection air-cooled TruMark 3010 stands out due to its modular and compact design. Scanner, laserhead and power supply are connected via a hybrid cable so that the marking laser can be easily integrated into existing production systems. For customers who want to conserve space or who need a mobile marking system, the TruMark 3010 can be combined with the TruMark Station 1000 and TruMark Station 5000 workstation.

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