Traceability and process control

Posted on 11 Apr 2018 and read 614 times
Traceability and process control Laser marking and its ability to facilitate Industry 4.0 methodology will be the focus of Luton-based Trumpf Ltd (www.uk.trumpf.com) at this year’s MACH exhibition (Hall 19 Stand 34).

Trumpf marking systems come in different formats, sizes and power classes. All the stand-alone laser-marking systems are certified to laser Class 1 — just like a commercially available DVD player — ensuring that they can be used in the factory without any additional safety measures.

The marking system appearing at MACH is a typical example. Trumpf’s TruMark Station 3000 suits users who need to ensure traceability in small and medium-size production runs. The machine’s interior space accepts components up to 440 x 200 x 350mm and weighing a maximum of 12kg.

If necessary, the transfer flaps installed at the sides of the case can be removed, allowing the workstation to be integrated into an assembly line or enabling it to mark even larger components.

The TruMark Station 3000 can also be supplied with a number of options, such as a rotary axis, additional focusing lenses, pilot laser and integrated exhaust system.

Another focus area on the Trumpf stand will be the company’s latest 18V brushless range of cordless fabrication tools. Shears, slitting shears, nibblers, profile nibblers, seam lockers and power fasteners are now joined by new models to extend the range.

All incorporate a battery-optimised gear head which, in combination with 18V li-ion technology and brushless low-wear motors, provides up to 60% longer run time after each full charge.

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