|Dimensions (l x w x h) approx.||7,500 x 5,000 x 3,000 mm|
|Year of manufacture||2001|
|Weight approx.||10,000 kg|
|Item available from||after consultation expected mid of July|
|Delivery terms||FCA Neuenstadt, loaded on truck|
|Dimensions (l x w x h) approx.||4,700 x 2,300 x 2,950 mm|
|Year of manufacture||1998|
|Weight approx.||18,000 kg|
|Item available from||Immediately|
|Delivery terms||FCA Nuenen, loaded on truck|
|Year of manufacture||1999|
|Weight approx.||16,000 kg|
|Item available from||immediately|
|Delivery terms||FCA Berlin, loaded on truck|
|Dimensions (l x w x h) approx.||9,000 x 4,000 x 3,400 mm|
|Year of manufacture||2005|
|Weight approx.||10,000 kg|
|Item available from||immediately|
|Delivery terms||FCA Graz, loaded on truck|
|Dimensions (l x w x h) approx.||600 x 280 x 250 mm|
|Weight approx.||10 kg|
|Item available from||immediately|
|Delivery terms||FCA Pommersfelden, loaded on truck|
The independent family company, TRUMPF, was founded in 1923 as a series of mechanical workshops. Today, the company is one of the leading players in tool machines, lasers and electronics. This metalworking company now has 11,000 employees and achieved worldwide turnover of €2.81bn in 2015/16.
TRUMPF offers an extensive product range for sheet metal processing. The main areas of focus are laser equipment and punching machines. The range is divided into a total of seven divisions – 2D laser-cutting, laser tube-cutting machines, laser welding, punching, punch laser machines, bending machines and storage solutions. They also offer the corresponding software needed to properly operate their machines.
Laser-cutting devicesSeries TruLaser 1000 TruLaser 2000 TruLaser 3000 Models TruLaser 1030 fiber TruLaser 2030 fiber TruLaser 3030 Lean TruLaser 3030 TruLaser 3040 TruLaser 3030 fiber TruLaser 3040 fiber TruLaser 3060 fiber Series TruLaser 5000 TruLaser 7000 TruLaser 8000 Models TruLaser 5030 TruLaser 7040 TruLaser 8000 TruLaser 5040 TruLaser 7025 fiber TruLaser 5060 TruLaser 7040 fiber TruLaser 5030 fiber TruLaser 5040 fiber TruLaser 5060 fiber
TRUMPF’s 2D laser-cutting devices feature proprietary laser programming and are flexible and easy to operate. A TRUMPF metalworking machine provides everything you need from a single source, including controls and programming for TRUMPF laser-cutting or TRUMPF laser-marking. The company places a great deal of emphasis on ensuring original spare parts are continually available. As with the technology, operators can procure all the parts they need from a single source.
The TruLaser Series 1000-8000 by TRUMPF encompasses entry-level machines, all-rounders, exceedingly high-performance models for serial production, through to over-sized devices. The TruLaser 1000 Series features the compact entry-level machines. The laser machines from this series promise low investment/operating costs and high levels of usability. The TRUMPF TruLaser 1030 fibre is capable of cutting through construction steel, stainless steel aluminium and non-ferrous metals. For additional growth potential, look no further than the TruLaser 2000 Series which can be fully automated. Just as compact as machines from the 1000 Series, these also provide performance levels only seen in higher-grade machines. The TruLaser 3000 Series features a selection of versatile all-purpose devices.
TRUMPF lasers from the 5000 Series are well-known for their high productivity and economical operation. TRUMPF’s two ‘fibre’ devices, the TruLaser 5030 and 5040 fibre, guarantee top quality on both thin and thick sheet metal. These lasers can also be fitted with optional ‘Brightline fibre’ equipment – a perfect interplay of beam generation, guidance and focusing.
TRUMPF’s TC L Series works using a CO2 laser. The TRUMPF TC L 3030 is capable of cutting through construction steel, stainless steel and aluminium.
For perfect edge-finishing, TRUMPF offers the TKF Series of bevellers. The TKF 700 is exceedingly lightweight (under 5 kilogrammes) and is used for straight/radius edges and chamfers, which can be angled at 30°, 37.5° or 45°. The TKF 100 weld-seam device weighs 15 kilogrammes and facilitates bevel lengths of up to 10 millimetres. The TKF 152-2 beveller offers performance of 2,000 Watt.
Automation of laser-cutting plants
TRUMPF offers a wide selection of automation options. The entry-level automation option is the LoadMaster, which features an automated loading module to supply workpieces to the laser unit. The LiftMaster and LiftMaster Compact can load and unload the machine during a cycle time of just 65 seconds. When equipped with the LiftMaster Sort, machines can also separate finished parts from the scrap skeleton and set them aside. For fully automated sorting, the SortMaster is the ideal choice. It features a range of vacuum grippers which can be operated individually to enable a diverse selection of parts to be transported.LoadMaster LiftMaster SortMaster PalletMaster Tower LiftMaster Compact LiftMaster Sort LiftMaster Linear LiftMaster Linear Basic LiftMaster Store LiftMaster Store Linear LiftMaster Shuttle
TRUMPF TruLaser Centre 7030 – the full-service laser machine
Laser-cutting on TRUMPF’s TruLaser Centre 7030 solves the conflict between process security and high levels of production. This fully automated device can handle everything – from the drawing to the sorted part. Built-in, intelligent devices, such as the SmartGate, SmartLift and SortMaster Speed ensure high levels of safety with a minimum in operator intervention. An additional axis and superimposed axis movements are responsible for the machine’s outstanding speed and productivity.
The following laser tube-cutting devices are produced by the company:
All models within the TruLaser Tube Series feature open, accessible machine designs to make the operator’s work easier. The flexible all-purpose TruLaser Tube 5000 is even capable of working on tubes with a wall thickness of up to 8 millimetres. For quick, highly productive and flexible processing of thin materials, look no further than the TRUMPF TruLaser Tube 5000 fibre. The flexible TruLaser Tube 7000 by TRUMPF, on the other hand, is ideal for cutting pipes and profiles with diameters between 204 and 254 millimetres. In the case of construction steel, TRUMPF tube lasers can handle up to 8 millimetres.
The TRUMPF laser device, TruLaser Weld 5000, is a turn-key system for automated laser welding. It features robots, lasers, processing optics, enclosed protective housing and positioners to enable a range of welding applications. Laser welding by TRUMPF means flexible, configurable, and easy to operate. Another popular machine is TRUMPF TruLaser 3030, which is capable of high speeds and intricate cutting even in thicker, non-ferrous metals.
TRUMPF laser devices feature CO2 lasers, which can also be integrated into existing equipment with ease. Available in power ranges from 2 to 20 kW and with a wavelength of 10.6 µm, these lasers are versatile and can be used on different material types and thicknesses with minimal spatter. TRUMPF fibre lasers are solid-state lasers for delicate and intricate applications. The lasers are ideal for creating narrow weld seams and are operated using TRUMPF’s proprietary laser software, TruControl.
TRUMPF’s first marking lasers came onto the market around ten years ago. Today, laser marking devices manufactured by TRUMPF are used in a huge variety of sectors around the world, such as the automotive and aerospace industries, as well as in the manufacture of pacemakers, clocks and other small devices. TRUMPF also creates 3D lasers, which are used in the precision cutting of tiny implants for medical applications, through to large-scale piping and a host of other components.
TRUMPF provides explanatory videos for each of its machines as well as many services for its laser technology.
The goal of TRUMPF punching machines is full processing of sheets on one device.
TRUMPF TruPunchPunching machine TruPunch 1000 TruPunch 2000 TruPunch 3000 TruPunch 5000 TruPunch 1000 (S19) TruPunch (S05)
The models in the TruPunch Series range from entry-level machines through to high-end devices, such as the TRUMPF punch 5000. The TRUMPF TruPunch 1000 is simple to operate, affordable and space-saving, and can easily be expanded as your production needs grow. The TruPunch 2000, on the other hand, is the first automated machine within the range. The TruPunch 3000 goes one step further to become a universal machine, which incorporates resource-conserving skeleton-free processing and automated part removal. On average, this processing method reduces material consumption by 10%. The most powerful model in the series is the TruPunch 5000 – up to 1,600 punching- and 2,800 marking strokes per minute – featuring sophisticated drives and axes to produce highly intricate workpiece contours.
TRUMPF punching machines
TRUMPF manufactures machines for the widest variety of punching applications. Their machines can also simultaneously be used for material separation, sheet-metal forming and marking procedures. For TRUMPF, punching means a large selection of finishes, shapes and varnishes. Dividing material is one of a punching machine’s most important tasks and TRUMPF has just the right punching/cutting tool for any application. TRUMPF forming tools are available to increase process security and enable full processing on one device. These machines are also ideal where identifying marks need to be placed on components, such as series/batch numbers or manufacture dates.
TRUMPF supplies turn-key automation solutions for their punching machines. Their automation is based on SheetMaster, which loads and unloads workpieces automatically. The SortMaster Box can also be used to automatically sort small parts, whereas the GripMaster can take control of removing and handling scrap skeletons. The ShearMaster then shreds these left-over sheets into smaller pieces, which can subsequently be sent for scrap handling by the DisposeMaster. This device sorts the shredded scrap skeletons and punching slugs according to three material types. The ToolMaster is a tool magazine capable of holding between 40 and 70 additional tools and enables orders requiring many tools to be performed efficiently on the corresponding punching or punch-laser machines.
The TruMatic range of punch-laser machines encompasses economical compact devices, such as the TruMatic 1000 fibre, the TruMatic 5000 CNC punching machine, and the TruMatic 6000 universal machine. The 6000 is also available as the TruMatic 6000 fibre, which is designed for thinner sheets made from steel, aluminium and copper. The front-runner in the combination technology range is the TruMatic 7000.
The TRUMPF TruMatic 600L is a punch-laser machine featuring nibbling – a procedure where the punch holes placed to overlap each other, thereby enabling contours of any shape to be created. This procedure is especially popular for large radii or irregular shapes. The TruMatic 600 punch-laser machine is also a combination device. The TruMatic 500, 235 and 240 are punch-nibbling machines made by TRUMPF for sheet thicknesses of up to 6.4 millimetres. The TRUMPF TruMatic 260 CNC rotation punching machine is capable of punch diameters up to 76.2 millimetres. The TRUMPF TruMatic 120 rotation is also a punching machine and gets its name from the way all the tools can be rotated, which it achieves despite its compact design. TRUMPF provides a range of accessory tools for their punching machines, including the QuickSharp and QuickSet. QuickSet precisely assigns stamps and matrices and determines the depth of penetration for the punching tools. TRUMPF’s QuickSharp tool is the ideal tool-grinding device, even for punches with bevels.
Their bending tool range encompasses standard tools, lightweight tools, specialist tools and measuring apparatus. There are 150 upper- and lower-type tools and their patented lightweight tools help reduce tool weight by 30%.
TRUMPF TruBend machines are ideal for manufacturing a wide selection of parts, from simple to highly complex.
Manual bendingManual bending TruBend 3000 TruBend 5000 TruBend 7000 TruBend 8000 TruBend 5000 (B23) TruBend 5000 (B03/B04)
For manual bending applications, the TRUMPF TruBend 3000, 5000, 7000 and 8000 Series are ideal. The standard machines of the 3000 Series are manufactured to an impressively high level and feature an ideal price-performance ratio. The TruBend 5000 is capable of processing the widest selection of parts and is known for its excellent precision. The TRUMPF bending machines from the 7000 Series are easy-to-use and have been designed for die-bending and edge-bending applications. The TruBend 8000 is ideal for over-sized, thick parts and offers a maximum pressing force of 1000 tonnes.
TRUMPF’s edging tools, the TruBend Cell 5000 and 7000, are highly dynamic and efficient. Although envisaged for universal use, i.e. a very wide range of parts, the TruBend Cell 7000 is primarily used to bend small parts and reduces tool set-up time by using the same gripper.
Unique swivel technology is equipped in both TruBend centres – the 5000 (semi-automatic) and 7000 (fully automatic). They are used in countless types of industrial operations for the manufacturing of parts.
TRUMPF offers all-inclusive solutions for storage and logistical systems to improve production and handling. Their compact TruStore 1000 and 3000 storage machines have been designed to be fully compatible with TRUMPF’s other tool machines. STOPA COMPACT and STOPA UNIVERSAL are TRUMPF’s large-scale storage systems and both can be manufactured in line with customers’ needs.
TRUMPF machines can often be found for sale on the market of used machinery. Their machines are reliable and feature a highly robust design. Thanks to TRUMPF’s commitment to providing everything from a single source, their machines are easy to maintain and overhaul. The punching/nibbling machines from the TruMatic Series can be found second-hand in a variety of models. TRUMPF laser devices are also well represented on the used market, whereas TRUMPF edge-bending machines from the TruBend Series are more rarely put up for sale second-hand. Marking systems are almost impossible to find in a used condition.