At the event, visitors will have the opportunity to see the live 5-axis machining of an aerospace component on a DMU eVo linear machining centre, all programmed and driven by the Tebis 5-axis machining CAM package.

Highlights to be demonstrated will include Tebis 5-axis adaptive roughing, automated guide surface creation, tool-axis control, machining planning and collision avoidance with virtual machine technology, and automated 5-axis programming with templates and process standardisation.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to speak with Tebis experts and discover the new feature additions to the latest Tebis release 7 Version 4.0 and ProLeiS MES Version 4.0 software solutions.

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