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TRUMPF to showcase innovative solutions at MTA Vietnam 2019

Released at: 10:59, 27/06/2019 BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT

TRUMPF to showcase innovative solutions at MTA Vietnam 2019

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"Smart Factory" concept to be introduced at international precision engineering, machine tools, and metalworking exhibition in HCMC from July 2 to 5.

by Hung Cao

Smart Manufacturing is the motto of this year’s TRUMPF booth at MTA Vietnam, to be held at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 7 from July 2 to 5. TRUMPF will showcase innovative solutions for smart factories in the field of sheet metal processing.

TruConnect - Production solutions for Smart Factory

As in the previous year, TRUMPF’s focus at MTA Vietnam 2018 is virtual reality technology. The high-tech company will showcase automatic processes under the TruConnect name; a range of solutions from TRUMPF designed to get the most out of Industry 4.0. By intelligently linking all the different elements in a production system, manufacturers are able to exploit their full potential.

This concept is TRUMPF’s approach to all-in-one manufacturing, encompassing hardware, software, and services. At booth AB4-01, company’s showcase will portray how manufacturers can take their first step towards a Smart Factory.

“Visitors will be able to experience TRUMPF’s software solution TruTops Fab QuickJob”, a representative from TRUMPF said. “The integrated monitoring functions of TruTops Fab QuickJob allow manufactures to track the status of machinery and orders as well as identify optimization potential.”

“Individual customer orders are generated and imported into TruTops Fab QuickJob. All existing orders are automatically collected, nested together with standard parts, and transferred to the production plan. After that, the jobs pass through three process stages of cutting, bending, and marking.”

The machinery included in these processes are the TruLaser 1030, a reliable and economical 2D laser cutting machine, the TruBend 7036 for high-speed and high-quality bending, as well as the compact TruMark Station 1000 for fast and flexible laser marking.

TruBend 7036 is a prime example of man and machine working in perfect harmony. The ergonomic high-speed machine bends small and medium-sized parts under the best working conditions, saving space for every production system.

When it comes to non-automated and non-motorized systems, TruMark Station 1000 marking is performed fast, easily, and flexibly with low material throughput. With a work area that is accessible from three sides, the lightweight work station is ideal for use as a desktop workstation and for mobile use.

Constant innovation and digitalization

TRUMPF is a market and technology leader in machine tools and lasers for industrial manufacturing. The company’s broad portfolio provides customers with systems for bending, punching, combined punch laser processes, 2D and 3D cutting applications, laser welding, and additive manufacturing.

Thus, TRUMPF offers solutions to customers in leading industries such as switchboard cabinets, elevators, steel furniture, OEM machinery, and food processing. TRUMPF also promotes digital networking in the manufacturing industry through consultation, platform products, and software products.

TRUMPF has been represented in Vietnam since 2006. The company has continuously been expanding its local team and presence with a new full legal entity. TRUMPF Vietnam now has more than 40 employees, including German General Director Mr. Patrick Kemnitz.

The mission of TRUMPF Vietnam is to be close to its customers and support local businesses with sales, spare parts, and service. More than 20 European-trained engineers are dedicated to installing, maintaining, and repairing machines locally and to provide extensive training for customers operating TRUMPF high-end technology in their manufacturing plants. It has production facilities in Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, the Czech Republic, the US, Mexico, China, and Japan.

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