Trumpf announces tube webinar dates in June

Designers across manufacturing industry are increasingly taking advantage of the benefits of metal tube and profiles which are laser cut and welded.

This, in turn, is opening up huge commercial potential for the metalworking sector.

Trumpf has wide-ranging expertise in this field. Through the development of its own comprehensive range of TruLaser Tube Machines, TRUMPF has an important perspective on the possibilities afforded by the technology.

Webinar attendees will see how easy it is to programme tube parts on the newly enhanced Trumpf programming tube software. It links directly to the new Trumpf TruLaser Tube 3000 on which the parts will be cut during the webinar.

The identical webinars will run from 10:00 am on 14th June 2022 and 2:00 pm on 15th June 2022. After an initial 20 minutes presentation and machine demonstration, attendees will then have the opportunity to talk directly to Trumpf experts who will be able to answer questions on all aspects of laser tube and profiling cutting and its application.

Option 1: Tuesday 14th June 2022 at 10am:

Option 2: Wednesday 15th June 2022 at 2pm:

Whether you are a manufacturer, cutting or welding tubes conventionally, or one that is familiar with laser technology and looking for new business opportunities, TRUMPF warmly invites you to sign-up for one of these free webinars.




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