Specialist CAD/CAM and MES solution provider Tebis is offering customers a fully integrated solution that detects and resolves potential collisions using digital twin technology in the CAM environment.
SCHRÖTER Modell- und Formenbau GmbH in Oberpframmern near Munich, Germany, is a company specialising in the production of highly complex moulds and prototypes in a wide range of materials for demanding industries such as aerospace, satellite navigation and motorsport.
This year’s Tebis open house took place from 1-2 June at the CAD/CAM specialist’s headquarters in Martinsried, Germany under the mantra ‘We bring it all together’. More than 400 visitors attended, along with a number of partners from Tebis’ technology network.
Paul Scally, operations manager from Tebis UK explains CNC machining planning with Tebis virtual machine, importing a pre-defined manufacturing process template using both stored cutter technology and the virtual machine to calculate the toolpath on an automotive clay model.
The third release of Tebis 4.1 now comes with even more new developments which include: shorter programming times with improved NCJob technology, complete collision control accounting for material removal and automatic detection of 2D areas.
Tebis, a specialist provider of CAD/CAM and MES solutions for mechanical component, model, pattern, die and mould manufacturing, will be displaying the latest release of Tebis CAD/CAM software Version 4.1 and ProLeiS MES.