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If machines were to decide, Tebis would be their first choice. With NC programs from Tebis you manufacture high quality parts efficiently and reliably.

High-quality - Efficient - Reliable

The strengths of Tebis help you manage manufacturing projects more efficiently, deliver high-quality finished parts to customers, make machine operators' workplaces safer, and protect machines and workpieces from collisions. Tebis Software pays for itself within a few months. 

You can keep all of your machinery running smoothly with software from a single source. Whether it's 3 or 5-axis milling, drilling, turning, laser cutting, laser hardening, trimming, hammer peening or sink and wire EDM, Tebis supports the entire spectrum. This single-system strategy makes the manufacturing process more fluid, faster and more transparent.

Tebis is especially well suited for handling high complexity, large parts and enormous data volumes. Robust algorithms make preparation and programming a breeze, even for large components and complex geometries. Orders with highly complex parts can always be completed on time.

Tebis NC-manufactured free-form surfaces can only be as good as your CAD data. You can use the Tebis functions for designing, modeling, repairing, morphing and reverse engineering, to give your CAD models the surface quality that meets your manufacturing requirements. This is Class A quality on the exterior surfaces.

Specialized CAD functions enable NC programmers to conveniently prepare their manufacturing models for subsequent NC processes. This sets your course for automated NC programming and optimized surface quality.

Specialized CAD functions for active surfaces let you design active surfaces with 100% designed precise surfaces in the die. You can use automatic functions to create transition-free pressure surfaces as well as radius areas adjusted for the relevant pressing conditions. This lets you manufacture your dies without NC attributes like virtual sheet thicknesses and allowances. This results in a tremendous reduction in manual tryout work after NC machining.

The Tebis NC algorithms have been continuously optimized over 30 years of development and ensure time-saving and effective processing on the machines, with minimized idle travel and maximized cutting performance. This also includes demanding technical support for HFC and HPC cutters for roughing, prefinishing and finishing. You can fully exploit the potential of these tools with special contact algorithms and path layouts with full-cut avoidance.

Tebis process libraries reflect the actual manufacturing environment. All tools, machines and clamping devices are stored there along with their geometric and technical properties. This benefits NC programmers as they select the appropriate machine in this virtual environment, define the optimal setup and select the appropriate tools.

Tebis detects collisions during calculation of the NC paths and automatically prevents them by reducing milling areas and with 5-axis avoidance. Use the integral machine simulation before processing to check the entire machining operation for collisions and limit switch violations to protect your valuable machines and parts.

Tebis transfers the high quality of the CAD surfaces directly to the NC programs. This is because the software calculates NC paths on the mathematically precise surfaces instead of on tesselated substitute models like polyhedra. Finish quality can also be influenced by adjustable NC point distributions. This renders time-consuming manual reworking superfluous in many cases.

Tebis interfaces are truly first-class. You can efficiently exchange geometries with other CAD systems like CATIA, NX or SOLIDWORKS with no loss of data. Assemblies are automatically split into individual manufacturing files upon import, with automatic optimization of surface quality. The surface quality optimized in Tebis is also retained in the target system upon export via direct interfaces.

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