TruMark 6030

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The TruMark 6030 from TRUMPF is a Laser Module that operates at a wavelength of 1030 nm. It delivers an output power of 25 W and has a pulse repetition frequency from 4 kHz to 200 kHz. The laser beam has a focal diameter of  50 μm and a beam quality (M²) of 1.3. It has a removable connecting cable and a 19-inch plug-in unit that allows the customer to integrate the laser quickly into their production. The laser is built using modern production technologies and powerful optical components that make it a high-end industrial device.

The TruMark 6030 is suitable for Industry 4.0 applications as numerous sensors and OPC/UA interfaces are provided for downstream machining processes. The laser head measures 156 x 214 x 435 mm and is ideal for laser engraving, ablation, marking, and annealing applications.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
    TruMark 6030
  • Manufacturer
    TRUMPF
  • Description
    25 W Average Power High Performance Marking Quality Laser

General Parameters

  • Configuration
    Laser Head with Control Unit (Integrated)
  • Type
    Laser System
  • Operation Mode
    Pulsed Laser
  • Wavelength
    1030 nm
  • Tunable
    No
  • Fiber Coupled
    Yes
  • Laser Color
    Near-Infrared
  • Power
    25 W
  • Application
    Engraving, Ablation, Marking, Annealing, Robotics
  • Repetition Rate
    40 kHz - 200 kHz
  • Application Industry
    Industrial (Material Processing), Semiconductors & Microelectronics, Scientific
  • Transverse Mode
    TEM00
  • Package
    19" Rack Mount
  • Note
    Focal Diameter: 50 µm

Physical Properties

  • Laser Head Dimension
    156 mm x 214 mm x 435 mm
  • Power Supply Dimension
    446 mm x 222 mm x 495 mm
  • Dimension
    125 x 125 x 50 mm
  • Fiber length
    4 to 6 m

Environmental Conditions

  • Operating Temperature
    15 to 45 Degree C

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