Trumpf’s new nozzle technology increases the coating speed to well over 600 square centimetres a minute, even reaching speeds as high as 1,000 square centimetres a minute in certain applications. German technology company Trumpf states increasing automation and process speeds in its additive manufacturing technologies – and its ‘green laser’ is fuelling new applications by enabling 3D printing of pure copper and precious metals.
At this year’s Formnext Connect virtual trade fair, a leading industry platform for additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing, Trumpf will showcase new solutions and products for three key industry trends: speed, automation and new materials.
Klaus Parey, MD, Trumpf Additive Manufacturing said: “The additive technologies market remains very attractive for Trumpf. Customers are particularly excited by our TruPrint 1000 machine with a green laser beam source, which is designed for industrial use. Short-wavelength green laser light is the best option for welding pure copper […]
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