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TRUMPF has opened a new, fully equipped laser micro machining applications laboratory at its headquarters in Farmington, CT.

With the new lab, the TruMicro team is able to demonstrate the latest laser micro processing technology for customers, solve specific application requests and support integration into customers’ production lines from the United States.

“The new space and state of the art equipment will enable us to provide the means for quick, flexible and more accurate sample processing, with focus on increased applications support for our North American manufacturing customers,” says Sascha Weiler, program manager micro processing at TRUMPF Inc.

The new lab is equipped with the latest technology in micro-processing, including the TruMicro Series 5000 and 7000 that run infrared, green, and UV laser wavelengths for applications in drilling, cutting, ablation, and more. The lab also features a diagnostic station with a high resolution microscope, where TRUMPF’s application engineers can analyze and document feasibility tests, time studies and invent new solutions suited to customers’ individual applications.

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