The machine’s increased productivity is due primarily to the highly dynamic rotational changer and the new rotary indexing table, which features three workstations.
The areas for machine loading and unloading are completely separate from each other, facilitating semi-automated solutions. For example, an operator and an optional robot could work simultaneously while the laser cuts the component. This substantially increases the machine’s productivity.
In conjunction with the TruDisk 2000 with 2-kilowatt laser power, the energy efficiency of the TruLaser Cell 8030 improves. The disk laser’s beam quality has doubled to 2mm mrad, and its winning combination of low power consumption and low investment costs also brings down costs per part. When greater power is required, however, the new TruLaser Cell 8030 is also available with the trusty TruDisk 3001 and TruDisk 4001 disk lasers, with 3- and 4-kilowatt laser power, respectively.
The second-generation TruLaser Cell 8030 has a compact footprint and is easily accessible from all sides.
TRUMPF has also improved the process reliability and stability of the TruLaser Cell 8030 with functions such as ObserveLine visual slug detection, which has very fast and dependable sensors. The complete cycle lasts a mere 135 milliseconds, making it more than twice as fast as other systems currently available on the market. Another new feature is the residual runtime display built into the front of the machine, which shows how much processing time remains for the current component along with further information about the status of the respective production order. This helps operators keep a close eye on the production cycle and efficiently sequence their tasks, increasing the machine’s output. Meanwhile, shift managers can visualize the current production situation and refine their plans for the remaining production steps accordingly.
Occupying less than 50 square meters, TruLaser Cell 8030 has a decidedly compact footprint. Because the electrical control units are built into the body of the machine, the system can be swiftly and easily integrated and commissioned even within existing production environments. TRUMPF has successfully reduced installation costs for the new TruLaser Cell 8030. Whereas the old system required three supply cables to the machine, the centralized power supply now requires only one.
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