The laser technology division at TRUMPF encompasses CO2 lasers, solid-state lasers, marking lasers and laser systems. TRUMPF thus offers an extensive range of lasers, laser systems and associated services that is unsurpassed in the field of material processing.
In the area of industrial lasers and laser systems, TRUMPF is the world market and technology leader. The product line in the laser technology division includes laser cutting and welding systems for flat and 3D parts, high-powered CO2 lasers, lamp and diode pumped solid-state lasers as well as marking lasers and systems.
TRUMPF is distinctive for its development of new technologies and high-performance laser systems and beam sources, swift translation of technological concepts into user-oriented innovations, high standards of quality and reliable customer service.
Carbon Dioxide Lasers - Properties and Applications
Corrosion-Free UDI Marking and Much More
Trumpf Introduces Disk Lasers for Drilling and Edge Stripping Applications
TRUMPF Introduces 2in1 Fiber Technology for TruLaser Laser System
New 2D Laser Cutting Machine from Trumpf
TRUMPF Adds New Marking Lasers to TruMark Series 6000 Line
TRUMPF TruMicro Series 7000 Short Pulsed Lasers
TRUMPF TruFiber Fiber Lasers
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