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Fiber Laser Marker Converts High Pulse Frequencies into Short Marking Processes
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Fiber Laser Marker Converts High Pulse Frequencies into Short Marking Processes

The Trumpf TruMark 5020 fiber laser marker provides high pulse frequencies and enhanced pulse-to-pulse stability for marking metal or plastic applications at high speed and with enhanced edge quality.

The TruMark 5020's dynamic scanner module is able to convert pulse frequencies of up to 1 megahertz into a correspondingly high processing speed. In turn, due to Master Oscillator Fiber Power Amplifier technology (MOFPA), the pulse duration of the TruMark 5020 can be adjusted so that laser processing is adapted to the application. In addition, the laser's focus point adjusts to the different component heights.

The TruMark 5020 was designed with a focus on laser safety and features a fiber protection hose with a mechanical lock to prevent the laser beam from discharging between two marking procedures. Like all TruMark lasers, the TruMark 5020 has a modular design. Scanner, laser head and power supply unit are connected via plug-in connectors, allowing the marking laser to be easily integrated into existing production systems.

Telediagnostics makes it possible to maintain the fiber marking laser remotely. For this purpose, the TruMark 5020 comes with integrated laser power measurement and laser power calibration designed to maintain laser marking consistency.

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