Tebis is a software company that develops CAD/CAM systems for tool, die and mold manufacturing. We supply turnkey installations and also provide a full software service including installation, training and hotline support. It goes without saying that Tebis CAD/CAM specialists are available as well to provide their expertise to solve your individual application questions.
The Tube Milling CAM module is used to mill bent intake and exhaust
ducts. The key feature of this module is that it generates 3-axis
roughing and finishing paths for key and ball-end cutters. Thanks to
their special geometries, these cutters can be used to machine curved
tubes without causing collisions with the tool shaft.
The CAM software for programming 2-axis and 4-axis wire EDM machines is a powerful technology package that specializes in the manufacturing requirements found in die and mold manufacturing. Because the application is integrated into Tebis, wire EDM programs can be calculated and output directly without extra interface runs.
This CAM module is used to generate multi-axis NC programs offline for laser cutting applications. The software supports machining processes from sheet-metal deep-drawing and profiling to the production of jigs and fixtures as well as the operation of welding robots and water-jet cutters.
The Tebis 5-Axis Simultaneous Milling module lets you mill and trim surfaces faster and more accurately than with the 3-axis technology. 5-axis NC programs are no more difficult to calculate than those in the 3+2-axis modules, since they implement the same user structures.
With the Tebis CAM module for 5-Axis trimming, you can create 3- to 5-Axis NC programs for trimming in offline mode. In doing so, you will move the teach-in process for your trimming steps from the machine to the virtual world of the CAD/CAM seat thus reducing costs and downtime.
Depending on the design complexity of your work, you will need the additional capabilities of Advanced Surface Design. The module comes with powerful functions that help you easily perform highly specialized design tasks in both equipment construction and milling preparation.
As the CAD/CAM systems available on the market become increasingly specialized, powerful interfaces are now more important than ever before. The ability to exchange data smoothly has become a central consideration in deciding who gets a contract.
The Digitized Data Processing module gives you CAD tools for further processing optically or mechanically digitized surfaces. It is a very powerful software tool for quickly converting a physical model to the CAD environment, where you can modify it and and return it to the real world later on in a different and expanded form.
All Tebis software products for CAM and shop-floor applications are designed to supply NC machine tools with NC programs in the right format. This is made possible by the universal Tebis post-processing concept,which is integrated into CAM workstations as well as Viewer, Simulator and WOP stations.
The Feature Design CAD module is used to design standardized
geometric objects – such as multi-stepped holes, fits and taps – into
dies and molds. Tebis provides a separate feature library for managing
these objects, which describes every version of each features precisely
both geometrically and technologically.
Helpful functions let you place features in the component and adapt
them to the local conditions.
Measuring-Point Generator as an add-on for CAD/CAM workstations, which lets you set measuring points at prominent locations on the component and output them as an NC measuring program and a configurable measuring log.
The Tebis Simulator brings your workshop to your desktop. You can simulate complete machining processes, even across multiple NC machines. You can run virtual feasibility tests for your production department, provide support for job cost planning and increase process safety with visualization, testing and optimization of your production processes.
The Surface Design module provides a comprehensive package of functions for generating and editing surface geometries. They can be used for creating a wide range of entities, from standard 3D surfaces to high-quality blending, fill, offset and fillet surfaces.