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The true about Trumpf TrueLaser machine..and SALVAGNINI laser fiber machine.

The true about Trumpf TrueLaser machine..and SALVAGNINI laser fiber machine.

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  • BENCHMARKTruLaser5030 3kW Disc
  • 2TruLaser fiber guided: historyTRUMPF introduced the TruLaser 7040 (2 cutting heads) mounting afiber guided TruDisk 6kW at Euroblech ‘08TRUMPF officially introduced the TruLaser 5030 mounting a fiberguided TruDisk 3kW at Euroblech ‘10TRUMPF introduced the TruLaser 1030 equipped with a fiber-guidedTruDisk 2kW at Fabtech in November 2010TRUMPF officially introduced the TruLaser 5030 mounting a fiberguided TruDisk 5kW at Intech in December 2011
  • 3TruLaser fiber guided: todayRight now TRUMPF proposes 2 series of fiber guided machines:TruLaser 5030 equipped with a fiber-guided TruDisk 3kW or 5kWTruLaser 1030 equipped with a fiber-guided TruDisk 2kW
  • 4TruDisk: how it works?1234561 LD bar pumping modules2 Kaleidoscope3 Disc pumping cavity4 Corner mirrors5 Rear mirror6 Output mirror123456
  • 5TruDisk: LD modules and kaleidoscope4 LD bar pumping modules for each discKaleidoscope for rounding to the discthe light edmitted12
  • 6TruDisk: pumping cavity3Disc pumping cavity with:•Disc•Parabolic amplifying mirrors•Heat sinkHeatsink
  • 7TruDisk: Resonator456Resonator:•Corner mirror•Rear mirror•Output mirror45644 456
  • 8TruDisk• source with solid state active material: the generated laser beam has λ≈1μm, andcan be transported through fiber, but the beam is not generated in fiber.• it is a solid state source far far away from a fiber laser source made up bymany parts:• LD (diode) pumping module, kaleidoscope• Cavity with disc, heat sink and parabolic amplifying mirrors• Resonator with output mirrors, corner mirrors and rear mirror.Every source with a cavity has a WARM-UP time!
  • 9TruDisk• The delivery fiber has a min. section of 100μm (2 or 3kW) or 200μm (6kW),against the 50 μm of a 2kW fiber source: the beam generated in a cavity must be“reflected” and “focused” within the fiber, the diameter of which must not betoo small (the diameter of the focused beam will be at least from 2 up to 4 timesbigger).• 15%-20% efficiency.9
  • 10TruLaser 1030 fiberIt is an entry level laser equipped with 2kW TruDisc.The peculiarity is given by an airplane-type structuresimilar to that of Salvagnini, but the manipulator integrateseven a moving exhaust ventilation (higher inertia)The basic version is without pallet changer, but as optionthere are:Semi-automatic pallet changer (without light barrier andpallet change by two-hand operation), price around 15.000€.Automatic pallet changer (with a light barrier for a fullyautomated pallet change), price around 30.000€.TRUMPF counts on user-friendly system, reducedoperating and maintenance costs, quick and simpleinstallation and smaller footprint.Automation: only hoist-type loading system installed onthe right shoulder of the machine.1212
  • 11TruLaser 1030 fiberMachine’s max.speeds shows that TruLaser 1030 dynamics are unable to take theadvantages of high linear cutting speeds of a SSL source.12mm6mm5mm2mm3mm
  • 1212TruLaser 5030 fiberIt is a high end laser equipped with a 3kW TruDisc source.The axes feature a Gantry drive in X and linear drives in Y and Z.TRUMPF does not push a lot on the disc source concept: they push on2 main concepts:• it is a solid state laser (SSL).• it is fiber guided, saying that, generally speaking, the fiber-guidedsolid state lasers are identified by the word “fiber”.Thanks to the SSL source.Thanks to a high dynamics machine.Thanks to the SSL source high efficiency.Thanks to the SSL source wavelength.
  • 1313TruLaser 5030 fiberTRUMPF introduces a new concept in their marketing: the cost per part.According to their news release, the advantage on part cost comes just from productivity(advantage on thin thickness), not from reduced energy consumption or from reducedconsumable and maintenance costs.TRUMPF pushes on material and operator costs: but these costs are independent from the machine!
  • 1414TruLaser 5030 fiberTRUMPF pushes a lot on the cutting quality that can be achieved on thin material by amachine equipped with an SSL source.
  • 1515TruLaser 5030 fiberthe 3kW SSL source is compared to a 5kW CO2 source.a fully enclosed SSL source equipped machine is safe!!
  • 1616TruLaser 5030 fiberOnly one cutting head for the whole range ofmaterials/thicknesses (adaptive optics)Automatic nozzle changer as options (priceseems to be around 30.000€).Possibility of integrating modular automation.clickhttp://www.euroblech.trumpf.com/trulaser-5030-fiber.html
  • 17TRUMPF does not have Tradjust®like Salvagnini therefore for everymaterial/thickness the are 3 sets of cutting parameters:Small contour cuttingMedium contour cuttingBig contour cuttingMore job in case of parameters maintenance.Cutting parameters
  • 1818Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 15 18 203kW fiber laser 10,80 9,00 8,10 7,50 6,30 5,70 4,50 3,84 3,48 3,00 2,58 2,04 1,62 1,32 1,02 0,84 0,7210% 2% -4% 8% 11% 6% 5% 8% 7% 10% 12% -2% -11%3kW TruDisc 9,00 6,40 5,50 4,90 4,30 3,70 3,15 2,80 2,20 1,80 1,50 1,00 0,65MILD STEEL O2thickness (mm)
  • 1919Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 63kW fiber laser 60,00 54,00 45,00 31,80 21,00 13,80 9,00 6,00 3,30 2,22-33% -32% 7% 14% 18% 21% 18% -11%3kW TruDisc 45,00 34,00 22,50 16,00 11,00 7,60 4,00 2,00 1,65MILD STEEL N2 thickness (mm)
  • 2020Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 153kW fiber laser 60,00 57,00 48,00 36,00 21,60 15,00 9,60 6,60 4,20 3,00 2,10 0,90 0,60 0,42-33% -41% 14% 12% 4% 22% 16% -20% 5% 36% 8% -5%3kW TruDisc 45,00 34,00 25,00 17,00 10,00 8,50 5,00 2,50 2,20 1,40 0,65 0,40 0,30STAINLESS STEEL N2 thickness (mm)
  • 2121Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 153kW fiber laser 60,00 51,00 39,00 30,00 21,00 13,80 7,80 5,10 2,70 1,92 1,32 0,72 0,48-100% -86% -56% -53% -30% -28% 10% 17% 27% 45% 47%3kW TruDisc 30,00 21,00 13,50 9,00 6,00 4,00 3,00 2,30 1,80 1,30 0,90 0,50 0,25Aluminium N2 thickness (mm)
  • 2222Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 53kW fiber laser 57,00 45,00 36,00 28,80 19,20 13,20 8,40 5,40 3,00 1,80-20% -25% 4% 12% 16% 10% 17%3kW TruDisc 30,00 23,00 20,00 15,00 10,00 6,00 3,60ZINC COATED N2 thickness (mm)
  • 2323Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 63kW fiber laser 60,00 45,00 36,00 27,00 18,00 9,60 6,00 4,20 1,50 0,72 0,42-50% -74% -69% -30% 0% 14% 13% 46% 59% 65%3kW TruDisc 40,00 20,70 16,00 13,80 9,60 7,00 4,80 2,80 1,75 1,20BRASS N2 thickness (mm)
  • 2424Cutting speed comparison (big contour)0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 4 5 6 83kW fiber laser 54,00 39,00 30,00 22,80 15,00 7,80 4,80 2,70 1,14 0,54 0,36 0,24-50% -43% -56% -37% -8% 24% 46% 28%3kW TruDisc 20,00 10,50 5,00 3,50 2,50 1,50 1,00 0,50COPPER O2thickness (mm)
  • 2525Cycle time comparison: 0,8mm Mild Steel (N2)L5-30 3kW fiber TruLaser5030 3kW discCycle time 6’30’’ 7’19’’Energy consumption 2,05kWh ---Gas consumption 1,536m3---Noozle diameter 1,75mm 1,4-2mmGas pressure 9bar 10-15bar
  • 2626Cycle time comparison: 2mm Stain.Steel (N2)L5-30 3kW fiber TruLaser5030 3kW diskCycle time 8’17’’Energy consumption 2,70kWhGas consumption 3,723m3Noozle diameter 2mmGas pressure 14bar
  • 2727Cycle time comparison: 4mm Mild Steel (O2)L5-30 3kW fiber TruLaser5030 3kW diskCycle time 22’28’’ 22’14’Energy consumption 7,02kWh ---Gas consumption 0,275m3---Noozle diameter 1mm 3mmGas pressure 0,5bar 0,8bar
  • 2828Power consumption comparisonTRUMPFSalvagnini
  • 2929Installed Power comparison
  • 30Let’s see a comparison between: Salvagnini 3kW fiber laser andTRUMPF 3kW disc laser on:Small contour cuttingMedium contour cuttingBig contour cuttingCutting gas consumption comparison
  • 31BC: Big Contour cutting31Cutting gas consumption comparison
  • 32MC: Medium Contour cutting32Cutting gas consumption comparison
  • MC: Medium Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+260%+60%33Cutting gas consumption comparison8,4€h3,2€h8,4€h5,3€h
  • 34BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+320%+220%34Cutting gas consumption comparison10,3€h3,2€h11,6€h5,3€h
  • 35BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+60%+40%35Cutting gas consumption comparison+40%4,1€h2,9€h7,5€h5,3€h8,4€h5,3€h
  • 36BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+250%+33%36Cutting gas consumption comparison5,6€h4,2€h11,6€h4,6€h
  • 37BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+60%37Cutting gas consumption comparison
  • 38MC: Medium Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m3+40%+60%38Cutting gas consumption comparison+45%
  • 39BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3N2 = 0,18€m339Cutting gas consumption comparison
  • 40BC: Big Contour cutting 1m3O2 = 0,3€m3+60%40Cutting gas consumption comparison+70%10,1€h6,5€h13,9€h8,3€h
  • 41Even TRUMPF allows head refrigeration just with Nitrogen,regardless the cutting gas at a pressure of 11bar.N2 consumption is 15l/min (0.9m3/h)TRUMPF asks for Nitrogen flow of 1l/min even when machine isswitched off.Gas consumption for head refrigeration15 l/min 25 l/min
  • 42TRUMPF provides air cuttingparameters just for 3 type ofmaterials:Mild Steel - Stainless Steel - AluminiumCutting parameters up to 3mmAgain 3 sets of cutting parameters forevery material/thickness (no Tradjust®)Low gas consumptionLow cutting speedDross on every material / thicknessCompressed air cutting comparison0,5 0,8 1 1,2 1,5 2 2,5 3 43kW fiber laser 60,00 57,00 48,00 36,00 22,80 15,00 9,60 6,60 3,90-48% -44% -30% -40% -27% -9%3kW TruDisc 25,00 20,00 16,00 9,00 7,00 6,00STAINLESS STEEL Airthickness (mm)
  • 4343TruLaser 5030 fiber: maintenanceEvery 6 months is scheduled a maontenancewith a set of part to replace.According to information arrived from acustomer in Hungary the part list ammount isabout 2.400€ + 1 day of intervention.WE NEED MORE INFORMATIONS ABOUTTHIS ISSUE.
  • 44TruFiberRight now TRUMPF propose also a 400W single-module fiber laser source : it is a SPIsource (English company acquired by TRUMPF in October 2008 for 42M€,against a turnover of SPI of about 20M€) covered with TRUMPF cover panels.SPI announced that starting from june 2012 they will be on the market with a multi-module source composed by 1kW modules for OEM.
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