Additive Manufacturing

NOV 2018

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING is the magazine devoted to industrial applications of 3D printing and digital layering technology. We cover the promise and the challenges of this technology for making functional tooling and end-use production parts.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE 56 NOVEMBER 2018 Additive Manufacturing Trumpf Inc. is a leading manufacturer of laser technology for industrial use in North America. Among its laser portfolio are systems for laser metal fusion and laser metal deposition. This technology takes advantage of Trumpf 's high-quality laser sources to 3D print metal components for industrial applications. Founded in 1969 in Farmington, Connecticut, the company is the largest subsidiary of the Trumpf Group. With more than 1,000 employees in the region, Trumpf Inc. serves North American markets. P R O D U C T S / S E R V I C E S Trumpf Inc. 111 Hyde Rd. Farmington, CT 06032 U.S.A. Phone: 860-255-6000 Fax: 860-255-6424 Trumpf Industrial Additive Technologies: The TruPrint 1000 Multilaser The TruPrint 1000 enables users to build small metal components using the process of laser metal fusion (LMF). The compact TruPrint is ideal for building complex parts, such as those with internal channels and hollow spaces, and for manufacturing individual parts or short production runs economically. With the Multilaser option, the system offers a productivity boost of up to 80 percent when compared to the single laser system. With both lasers scanning the build plate, the production of parts is significantly increased while reducing the turnaround time from order to delivery. TruPrint 3000: Made for Production Trumpf 's TruPrint 3000 powder-bed fusion system is designed for production. Utilization is increased with external part and powder handling, with time between build jobs reduced and operator safety improved. The large build volume, variable spot size, high preheat temperatures and dual supply cylinders provide advantages that are unmatched.

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