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TRUMPF TruArc Weld 1000: your entry point into automated welding


The TRUMPF TruArc Weld 1000 is a state-of-the-art welding solution that has found applications across various industries, including healthcare and is a game-changer in the world of welding, featuring a collaborative robot, or “cobot,” that streamlines and automates the welding process using several welding techniques. Developed by TRUMPF, this innovative system is a response to the growing shortage of skilled welders and offers an efficient solution for fabricators seeking to embrace automation while ensuring the highest safety standards.

Industry applications: 

The TRUMPF TruArc Weld 1000 is a versatile welding machine suitable for several industries.  

Key applications using this welding machine 

Aerospace: Aerospace manufacturers demand high-performance welding equipment. This system’s precision and repeatability make it ideal for welding aircraft components, from fuselages to engine parts. 

Medical Devices: This is where the connection to your profile as a healthcare specialist becomes relevant. In the medical industry, precision welding is vital for the production of intricate medical devices such as surgical instruments, implants, and diagnostic equipment. 

General Manufacturing: Beyond these specific sectors, TruArc Weld 1000 can be applied in general manufacturing where precise and reliable welding is required for various products. 

Automotive Industry: In the automotive sector, precision and quality are paramount. TruArc Weld 1000 offers advanced welding capabilities, ensuring strong and reliable welds in the production of car frames, chassis, and other critical components. 

Efficiency through collaboration 

At the heart of the TruArc Weld 1000 is its collaborative robot. Unlike traditional industrial robots, this cobot allows operators to guide it manually over the workpiece. Equipped with a built-in sensor, the cobot responds seamlessly to human interaction. TRUMPF has further enhanced the user experience by integrating an operating unit, which facilitates the creation of welding programs. Users can define start and end points, as well as intermediate waypoints, with ease. Additionally, the cobot control system includes templates for various welding scenarios, such as different sheet thicknesses, making programming a straightforward task. Even users with minimal prior experience can program and weld with the TruArc Weld 1000 within minutes. 

Optimising small-batch production

The TruArc Weld 1000 offers an automated alternative for welding many parts that were traditionally done by hand. Rapid programming capabilities make it an affordable choice for short production runs and one-off pieces, even for tasks requiring only short weld seams. This system consistently delivers straight, even seams while minimising spatter, resulting in exceptional machining quality.  

Versatile workstation configuration 

Inside the TruArc Weld 1000, a movable partition allows users to customise their workspace. They can choose between welding a single large part (single-station operation) or multiple smaller ones (two-station operation). In single-station mode, the robot can handle parts measuring up to 2000 x 600 x 600 millimetres, with flexibility for different dimensions. In two-station mode, it can process smaller parts up to 600 x 600 x 600 millimetres. The robot swiftly travels between the stations along a linear axis, enabling simultaneous setup and welding. While the robot welds on one side, operators can prepare another part on the opposite side. The robot program seamlessly transfers between stations, maximising efficiency. 

User-friendly commissioning 

The TruArc Weld 1000 is designed for hassle-free commissioning. Customers can undertake the process themselves using dedicated video tutorials. From wire coil handling to configuring welding parameters, the system includes all the necessary components to start welding. There’s no need for traditional classroom training for machine operators. The video tutorials comprehensively cover machine operation and programming, ensuring a quick and smooth transition to using this innovative welding solution.  

Conclusion: The TruArc Weld 1000, with its collaborative robot and user-friendly features, represents a significant advancement in the welding industry. It empowers manufacturers to automate their welding processes efficiently and affordably while maintaining the highest safety standards. Whether tackling small-batch production or optimising workspace utilisation, this system is ready to revolutionise welding with minimal training required. 

A versatile welding solution that finds applications in various industries, including healthcare where precision welding is vital for medical device manufacturing. Its benefits, such as precision, productivity, versatility, and reliability, make it an attractive choice for manufacturers across different sectors. 

Are you in the healthcare industry and a medical device manufacturer looking for a comprehensive welding solution?

Consider reaching out to Headland Technology today. We are your trusted TRUMPF technology provider, and our experts are ready to assist you. 


TRUMPF TruArc Weld 1000: Get Started with automated welding

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