Tebis open house: ‘Bringing it all together’

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.

The Tebis 4.1 Challenge was a highlight of the Technology Days. Customers were asked in advance to bring their own CAD model as a challenge for Tebis employees in CAD preparation and CAM programming in Tebis 4.1. They spent a maximum of one hour working with the CAD model for all to see. Visitors could follow the complete processing of customer components from production machining and die and mould manufacturing live and in the presentation room.

The result: nine customer parts of varying complexity were all prepared in less than one hour including calculating the machining toolpaths.

Every seat in the auditorium was filled for a comprehensive program of presentations on both days. Tebis customers present at the event included Teh-Cut from Croatia, Stolz & Seng, Robert Bosch, Riemann, Toyota Gazoo Racing, Schweikert, Röchling and Porsche Werkzeugbau. The presenters shared their experience on a wide range of industry topics and trends.

They talked about selecting the right software system, success with implementation and performance improvements. Other highlights included presentations on the business model and competitiveness, digitalisation in die manufacturing and on working with Tebis Consulting.

The presentation programs were dominated by automation. Tebis experts from Product Management, Technical Support and Implementation explained how Tebis CAD/CAM software can be used to increase automation along the process chain. The benefits of consistent implementation are significant with up to 85% time savings from data import to the manufactured component possible according to Tebis.

Tebis experts also clearly showed how automation with Tebis template technology combines rapid processing with security. Templates, virtual setup, complete CAM-integrated collision checking with NC verification – the essential foundation for successful automation is using optimised and standardised procedures.




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