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TRUMPF Inc.



Phone: 860-255-6000
Fax: 860-255-6424

Please visit: TRUMPF Inc.

Mailing Address:
111 Hyde Rd.
Farmington, CT 06032 US



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Product Categories of TRUMPF Inc.

  • Laser Cutting Systems
  • Laser Marking Systems
  • Laser Welding & Cladding Machines
  • Marking & Engraving Machines
  • Press Brakes - Mechanical & Hydraulic
  • Punch Press/Laser (or Plasma), CNC Combination
  • Punch Presses, CNC Turret
  • Punching Tools/Dies
  • Software, CAD/CAM
  • Software, Nesting

Trade Names

  • TruBend
  • TruLaser
  • TruMark
  • TruMatic
  • TRUMPF
  • TruPunch

As seen in MMS

Marking Laser, Software Offers High Reliability
Trumpf offers its TruMark 1110 diode-pumped vanadate laser as the basis for a cost-effective series of entry-level marking lasers.

Trumpf Forms Joint Venture for 3D Printing
German machine tool and laser manufacturer Trumpf has formed a joint venture with Italian laser manufacturer Sisma that is aimed at developing a 3D printer capable of mass production of metal components.

Trumpf Enters Joint Venture for 3D Printing
The company will leverage its laser expertise in a new partnership.

Trumpf Appoints Director in Mexico
A new managing director will oversee sales, service and production in Mexico.

An Eye on the Inside
There are myriad applications for RFID technology. This article shows an atypical one—how it’s used to monitor the degree of contamination on a laser cutter lens so an operator doesn’t have to.

Solid-State Laser Offers Fiber Option
Trumpf’s 2D TruLaser 5030 fiber features a 5,000-W TruDisk laser.

A Fiber Laser Cutter for Job Shops
Trumpf says its BrightLine fiber laser-cutting technology enables its TruLaser Series 5000 fiber laser cutting machines to be just as effective processing thick materials as they are cutting thin sheet metal.

RFID Lens Enhances 2D Laser Cutting
Trumpf has enhanced its LensLine sensor system for 2D laser cutting machines by combining it with a radio frequency identification (RFID) lens to achieve improved accuracy, process reliability and user friendliness, the company says.

Expanded Capabilities for Fiber Laser Cutters
New technology enables fiber laser cutting machines to be just as effective processing thick materials as they are cutting thin sheet metal.

Punching Machines Equipped with Flattening Concept
Trumpf offers its TruPunch 5000 punching machine and TruMatic 7000 punch laser combination machine, now equipped with an integrated flattening concept.

Pulse Laser for Microscopic Machining
Trumpf’s TruMicro 2000 series of pulse lasers for microscopic machining offers a pulse duration of 20 picoseconds with 10 microjoules of pulse energy and a 10-W average output power at high brilliance.

2D Laser Cutter Handles Oversized Formats
Trumpf’s TruLaser 8000 laser cuts sheet metal ranging to 52 ft. in length.

Trumpf Announces New President
The new president and CEO will oversee the company’s North American operations.

Marking Fiber Laser Increases Output Power
Trumpf’s TruMark 5070 fiber laser is said to provide increased output power and a higher repetition rate for faster processing speeds.

Trumpf Opens Micro-Processing Lab
Trumpf has opened a new laser micro-machining applications laboratory at its headquarters in Farmington, Connecticut.

UV Laser Marks Plastics and Glass
The TruMark 6350 laser from Trumpf works at a wavelength of 355 nm in the UV range and provides a marking field size of 80 × 80 mm.

Programmable Focusing Optics Unit Designed for Scanner Welding
Trumpf’s PFO 3D programmable focusing optics unit is designed for scanner welding, cutting and drilling.

A Technology Sampling from FABTECH 2012
Here are a few technologies spotted at the 2012 edition of Fabtech, the annual metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event.

Trumpf Showcases Laser-Marking Technology
In Booth N-6223, Trumpf Inc. is displaying the latest advancements in laser marking, a versatile and rapidly growing segment of the laser market.

Some Laser Marking Basics
The proper marking method that should be used depends on the workpiece material and the quality requirements.