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INDUSTRY NEWS Trotec Laser welcomes new Area Manager for Ireland Leading manufacturer and supplier of laser cutting technology and materials, Trotec Laser, welcomes Andrew Dudley as its new Area Sales Manager for Ireland and Northern Ireland. Andrew joins Trotec from Roland DG (UK) Ltd. where he started as a Bench Engineer after graduating from the University of Southampton. Andrew progressed to Assistant Product Manager and finally to Business Manager for 3D & Dental, a position he held for over six years. Trotec’s laser showroom in Dublin, Ireland is extremely popular for hands-on laser demonstrations, customer training and support. Andrew will be based out of the showroom as well as offering field-based support and training to customers. Speaking of the new appointment, Martin Horne, Trotec UK managing director said: “Andrew brings a wealth of experience in laser’s neighbouring industries of 3D printing and milling. There is an increased demand for laser technology within Ireland so we are delighted to be able to provide full-time resident support to the region.” Andrew added: “I am delighted to join Trotec, a company which is recognised for its quality products backed by solid customer support. I look forward to working with my customers to understand how laser technology can benefit different markets in Ireland.” Visit: www.troteclaser.co.uk Trotec was formed in 1997 from a research branch of Trodat and has since become a world leader in the field of laser technology. As part of the Trodat Trotec Group, Trotec develops, manufactures and markets laser systems for marking, cutting and engraving, as well as manufactures and supplies a range of engraving materials. Trotec sets new standards, serves customers in more than 90 countries and has more than 500 employees worldwide. TRUMPF OPEN HOUSE, 13th – 15th June 2017 TRUMPF Technology Centre, Luton For three days during mid-June visitors to the TRUMPF 2017 Open House will see how TRUMPF continues to innovate to help UK manufacturers be competitive and successful. They will be introduced to what’s new in TRUMPF punching, laser and bending technologies and be invited to take part in a programme of seminars focussed on effi cient and smart production. The event will mark the UK launch of the TruMatic 1000 fiber, a new laser machine that comes with additional punching and forming functionality. Thanks to its extended capabilities, the machine is highly cost-effective and provides exceptional production flexibility. In combination with a very compact footprint, these characteristics make the TruMatic 1000 fiber an ideal asset for the UK’s subcontractors. Introduced at last year’s EuroBLECH in Germany the TruMatic 1000 fiber machine has already attracted a lot of attention in the UK and the first model will be installed at a Bedfordshire fabricator in May. TRUMPF bending competence is also highlighted at Open House. The company offers small to oversize format press brakes as well as a range of semi-automatic and automatic panel benders. These clever machines enable parts to be fabricated in any format, from the simplest to the most complex and are renowned for their flexibility, finished part quality and high cost-benefit ratio. Attendance is free and registration to the event is via this link: http://www.trumpf.com/s/open-house 10 MAY 2017 read online: www.trophex.com