Trumpf at Fabtech Canada 2022
- May 11, 2022
Trumpf has announced the products and services it will be highlighting at the 2022 Fabtech Canada show.
Heading the lineup at Booth 4000 will be the TruArc Weld 1000 automated arc welding system designed for high-mix, low-volume production. The company will also feature some of its latest fabricating technology solutions including the TruLaser 1030 fiber laser cutting machine, TruBend 3100 press brake, TruTool power tools, TruServices, Trumpf software and Smart Factory solutions.
The TruArc Weld 1000 automated arc welding system, is designed to support fabricators as they get started in automated welding. Designed for affordable high-mix, low-volume production, the TruArc Weld 1000 collaborative robot, or “cobot,” enables users to program and weld quickly.
The compact laser cutting machines of the TruLaser 1000 series are optimized for low investment and operation costs. The latest addition, the TruLaser 1030 fibre, offers the new Highspeed Eco function, which increases feed rate by up to 70 percent while reducing gas consumption by around 60 percent, and CoolLine technology, which ensures optimum cooling during the cutting process and facilitates intricate cuts in thick material.
The TruBend 3100 standard Trumpf press brake offers low cost of entry thanks to a basic closed frame design. The TruBend 3000 series of press brakes are designed for fabricators who need quality bending and simple operation at entry-level prices.
Other solutions on view at Fabtech 2022 include the TruTool line of handheld power tools, software solutions designed to help customers to program more effectively, increase machine utilization rate, and make the best possible use of their resources. Trumpf will also highlight its TruConnect approach to manufacturing by accessing the Smart Factory controls remotely from the Trumpff booth. Screens will display production status and equipment operation located at the Hoffman Estates facility. A live connection will allow real-time viewing of the facility.
The event takes place June 14-16 at the Toronto Congress Centre.