Company Overview of TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG
TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG designs, manufactures, and sells machine tools, laser technology, and electronics products for industrial applications worldwide. The company offers machine tools for flexible sheet metal processing, punching, laser processing, laser cutting and welding, and bending, as well as software, storage systems for the automatization of sheet metal shop, and machine life cycle services. It also provides power tools, including shears, nibblers, seam lockers and power fasteners, deburrers and bevellers, and slat cleaners to assist in mobile processing. In addition, the company offers laser technology products, including CO2 lasers, solid state lasers, marking lasers, and laser sys...
Founded in 1923
Key Executives for TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG
Chairwoman of the Managing Board and President
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President and Member of Managing Board
Vice-Chairman of The Managing Board and Head of Laser Technology/Electronics Division
Executive Vice President, Head of Machine Tool Division and Member of Management Board
Executive Vice President, Labor Director and Member of Managing Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG Key Developments
Trumpf GmbH + Co. KG Unveils New TruMark 3330 Ultraviolet Laser
Jun 23 15
Trumpf GmbH + Co. KG expanded its TruMark Series 3000 with the new TruMark 3330 ultraviolet laser. In addition to inscribing glass, ceramics and organic materials, the primary use for the diode-pumped solid-state laser is marking plastics. The new TruMark 3330 is equipped with an efficient air cooling system, significantly reducing maintenance effort and in this way lowering the laser's operating costs. An additional benefit of the new marking laser is its low energy consumption - while getting more work out of that power. Over and above this, the new TruMark 3330, due to its non-proprietary interface architecture and the so-called plug-and-produce connection, is flexible in its utilization. It can be integrated into new or existing assembly lines without difficulty and can communicate with the components in the manufacturing system using standard interfaces such as ProfiBus, ProfiNet or EtherCAT. Also new to the TruMark Series 3000 are the scanner optics integrated into the marking laser. They offer higher precision and greater dynamics and, in turn, higher laser productivity and enhanced marking quality. Operating at a wavelength of 355 nanometers, the TruMark 3330 opens up new possibilities for labeling plastics. That is because synthetics absorb the energy of the short-wave UV light far better than an infrared laser beam. This may eliminate the need for expensive additives. In this way UV lasers offer significantly better inscription, at greater contrast and optimal labeling quality - along with high processing speed. Due to the excellent beam quality of MÂ² < 1.5, the laser beam can be focused on a very small beam spot. The laser power absorbed by the material causes a reaction in the plastic, one which is primarily photo-chemical. This type of machining is exceptionally gentle on the material and yields very good surface quality. At the same time, the high pulse-to-pulse stability in the TruMark 3330 offers dependable reproducibility in the work and uniform high quality of the inscriptions. By adding the new TruMark Station 3000, TRUMPF is rounding out its line in marking workstations. The new TruMark Station 3000 extends the portfolio of workstations already available - the 1000, 5000 and 7000. It is especially advantageous for users who need to ensure traceability in small and medium-sized production runs and who wish to integrate the marking process into their own manufacturing. Here, laser safety class 1 guarantees maximum protection for the user. The new workstation has a large interior space so that it can accept components up to 350 x 450 x 200 millimeters in size and weighing a maximum of twelve kilograms. If necessary, the transfer flaps installed at the sides of the case can be removed. This lets the user integrate the workstation into an assembly line or, alternatively, to employ it for marking even larger components. A motorized Z axis, which can be software-controlled, makes for convenient positioning of the components. In addition, the focal position of the laser can be adjusted perfectly to comply with requirements. As an option, the workstation is also available with an additional axis of rotation. Regardless of whether the operator is
seated or standing, the new TruMark Station 3000 is available in a compact desktop version or as a convenient stand-alone version with a base. Depending on requirements, all TRUMPF marking lasers from the TruMark Series 1000, 3000 and 5000 may be used. A suction unit is also available as an option.
Stefan Schreiber Joins TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG as Head of Central Sales Subsidiaries in the Machine Tool Division
Mar 30 15
Stefan Schreiber returns to TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG as head of central sales subsidiaries in the machine tool division. He worked for TRUMPF Canada as Managing Director.
TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG Appoints Andreas Moller as Director of Corporate Communications
Jan 20 15
TRUMPF has appointed Andreas Moller as the new director of corporate communications at TRUMPF GmbH + Co. KG. He succeeds Claus Zemke, who is switching to LANXESS AG in Cologne. In addition to public relations and internal communications, Moller will also be responsible for social commitment and political relations at the Ditzingen family-owned company. He will report directly to the company's President, Dr. Nicola Leibinger-Kammuller. Since 2012, Moller has been Director of Corporate Public Affairs at Aurubis AG, simultaneously managing the copper group's representative office in Berlin. From 2005 to 2011 he was head of political and social consulting at acatech the German Academy of Science and Engineering. Among other functions he was also responsible for the "Innovation Dialog" office with Chancellor Angela Merkel. He began his career in 1999 as a journalist with 'Deutschlandradio Kultur.
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