111 Hyde Rd.
Farmington , CT 06032 US
With more than 570 employees, TRUMPF Inc. is the largest subsidiary within the TRUMPF Group and is one of the largest manufacturers of fabricating machinery in the United States. TRUMPF Inc. is dedicated to serving the American, Canadian and Mexican market needs in: Fabricating Machinery OEM Lasers Laser Marking TRUMPF is the leading supplier of industrial lasers in the world. With more than 25 years of experience in laser systems, TRUMPF pioneered the design and manufacture of laser marking systems in 1984. Through technical innovations, TRUMPF remains the industry leader with thousands of laser systems installed worldwide. TRUMPF's laser marking product line is available as stand-alone marking machines and systems, or as an OEM component.
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Medium-Format AM Machine Reduces Downtime
IMTS 2018: Trumpf’s TruPrint 3000 is a medium-format additive manufacturing machine geared towards the large-scale production of complex metal parts.
Picosecond Laser Uses Cold Processing to Add Precision
IMTS 2018: Trumpf’s TruMicro 2000 is a picosecond laser for applications including metal engraving, cutting thin films, and corrosion-free marking.
Trumpf Expands Training Facilities
With the addition of 18,000 square feet, the company can now host some 6,000 trainees per year.
Nozzle Technologies Speed Fusion Laser Cutting, Reduce Gas Consumption
Two nozzle designs developed for fusion laser cutting are said to boost feed rates by 100 percent and reduce nitrogen gas consumption by as much as 70 percent.
Five-Axis Laser Cutting, Deposition Machine Improves Efficiency
Trumpf’s TruLaser Cell 3000 is a five-axis laser machine for fine cutting, precision welding and additive manufacturing.
May 2016 Product Spotlight Slideshow: Laser & Waterjet
This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on machines for laser and waterjet cutting.
2D Laser Cutting Machine Features 8-kW Solid-State Laser
Trumpf offers its TruLaser 5030 fiber laser machine with an 8-kW TruDisk laser.
Trumpf Building Technology Center Near Chicago
The Trumpf Technology Center is intended to be a center of excellence for Industry 4.0-related initiatives and research.
Laser Plus Automation Package Enables Lights-Out Production
Trumpf’s TruLaser 2030 integrates an energy-efficient, 4-kW TruDisk fiber laser for flexible and economical 2D laser cutting on a variety of materials and thicknesses.
November 2014 Product Spotlight Slideshow: Laser & Waterjet Machining
Click through the slideshow to view new equipment for laser and waterjet machining.
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.
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.
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.
Some Laser Marking Basics
The proper marking method that should be used depends on the workpiece material and the quality requirements.
Laser Marking Basics
Learn about the various marking processes that lasers can perform.
A Bird’s-Eye View
Different shops serving different industries often have more in common than one might think.
Lights-Out Lasers Lend Production Speed, Capacity
An automated laser cell with the flexibility to run a variety of different jobs helped this shop increase its lights-out capacity and cope with shortening lead times.
Back To Kansas
This manufacturer took a hard look at the compromises it was making to outsource machining and decided the costs were too high. Therefore, the company abandoned its old facility, built a bigger one, bought new CNC machine tools and brought its machining back in-house.
Breaking The CAM Logjam
A manufacturer of metal stampings bridges the gap between generations of hardware and software.
Direct Part Marking Enhances Product Traceability
The ability to mark workpieces is an important service that many job shops and product manufacturers must offer their customers. Marking allows parts to be identified and traced to their origin.