TRUMPF's TruLaser Robot 5020Click image to enlarge

The TruLaser Robot 5020 is a cost effective entry into laser welding, according to TRUMPF. 

Designed for both high volume and high mix environments, the TruLaser Robot 5020 is an ideal way for manufacturers to seize the quality, strength and speed that laser welding offers in a ready-made, off the shelf solution.

Once the part is selected and the clamping unit set, a highly productive manufacturing process is the essential next step. With the optional TeachLine control, the machine automatically ensures the travel path of the robot correctly corresponds to the weld seam of the part making quick changeover between parts easy and reliable. Options for manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic fixture tables allows the customer to choose the most efficient, productive means for presenting the part for welding and to make a better part at a lower cost.

The TruLaser Robot 5020 is also able to share a laser source via TRUMPF’s LaserNetwork, allowing up to four different machines to use the laser source via optimized delivery of the beam. With this capability, the TruLaser Robot 5020 provides the most flexible and cost effective entry into laser welding while at the same time shortening the payback period for other machines on the network.

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