As a high-end system from Trumpf, it offers speed that has never been
seen before in combination processing. Such speed is possible because
– among other things – the machine has been built with
flying optics for the first time. With additional axes in the X and Y
direction, the laser cutting head can travel a good distance and can be
positioned quickly. A high processing speed develops as a result of the
interaction of the main axes. This high speed is particularly
noticeable when detailed parts with complex contours are processed. In
addition, a newly constructed laser flap considerably shortens part
One cutting head for everything
Due to the newly designed beam guidance, the TruMatic 7000 can process
sheet metal in a variety of thicknesses using the same cutting head.
Head changing is no longer necessary. The automatic nozzle changer also
takes care of exchanging the nozzle for you. Nonproductive auxiliary
processing times can be reduced, and every material with varying type
and thickness can be cut in any sequence – and all of this is
done comfortably without the need for operator intervention.
The TruMatic 7000 can be equipped with the active die which works from
the bottom like a second punching head. The active die enables
scratch-free punching and forming at an unrivaled speed. When you
position the sheet metal, the die moves down so that it cannot touch
the sheet. This is true for punching as well as for higher forming dies.
With the active die you expand the forming options of your TruMatic
7000. Higher upward forming can be actively performed in the sheet. In
addition, the active die has room for larger tools and makes it
possible to form closer to the clamps, because the sheet is always
evenly supported. This results in higher material utilization and a
The SheetMaster together with the additional laser axes allows you to
simultaneously cut and remove up to four parts safely.It is equipped
with four movable suction bars, each one consisting of up to 80
monitored suction cups. Thus, it is possible to remove even the
smallest, detailed parts.