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Routing in the Archives…

While digging through our archive of old photos as part of researching for our inclusion in an upcoming book about Oldham (more on that to come!), we found a few old snaps of our now retired machinery. 

Firstly, we spotted some photos of our Trumatic 200 being delivered and installed circa 2000 in our old factory.

Trumatic 200 being delivered

Coincidentally we’ve the exact same photos showing when the Trumatic 200 was decommissioned, and replaced by the TruPunch 3000 two years ago.

On her way out…

This is Phil. Been with us 14 years. Our Technical manager. He grew up with this T200. Bless. #emotional #trumpf

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And the TruPunch 3000 being installed, captured on our behind the scenes Instagram account.

Training begins #trumpf #t3000 #punching

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Then we found a photo of one of our first press brake machines, the TrumaBend V85S (top of the two below). Our TruBend 5130 (bottom of the below photo) is still similar in design and function, but offers more versatility, bend force and advanced CNC functionality.

First press brake machines