Italian aerospace manufacturer swears by Tebis CAD/CAM

For more than 12 years, Secondo Mona, an established Italian aerospace supplier, has trusted the reliability and efficiency of Tebis CAD/CAM software.

The aerospace industry demands the highest quality standards, using highly advanced materials and moulds. Parts often have to be repositioned on the machine tool several times before they are finished. This also requires sophisticated technologies, increasingly refined NC strategies and collision-checked toolpaths.

Tebis CAD/CAM enables Secondo Mona to develop increasingly ambitious machining strategies while maintaining the required high product quality. Using Tebis, the company sets up a strategy with which planning and production times can be evaluated for each project. This lets Secondo Mona specify reliable delivery dates.

Overall, Tebis ensures comprehensive, safe utilisation of the production resources and reduced work times with fully automated processes, intelligent NC programming and collision detection and modern technologies.



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