Tebis CAD/CAM/MES demonstrates intelligent manufacturing at MACH 2022

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Tebis, a specialist provider of CAD/CAM and MES solutions for mechanical component, model, pattern, die and mould manufacturing, will be exhibiting at MACH 2022.

Tebis will be at Stand 340, Hall 17. The latest release of Tebis CAD/CAM software Version 4.1 and ProLeiS MES will be available for live viewing throughout the duration of the show. Tebis UK team will also have scheduled live technical presentations each day during the exhibition:

10:30

Automotive Model Machining

11:30

NC Process Optimisation and CAM Automation

13:30

Mill trimming and Lase Cutting

14:30

Multi-axis Component Machining

Tebis Version 4.1 is a complete CAD/CAM system that is designed for intelligent manufacturing. The new release moves one step further for optimisation of CNC machining processes. Tebis V4.1 has been extended to include a new clamping device library, intelligent collision avoidance strategies, in-process measurement cycles and seamless integration of Tebis ProLeiS MES system.

One of the major additions of the functionalities of Tebis 4.1 is parametric-associative modelling, which further supports highly automated processing in a single complete CAD/CAM system for design, manufacturing preparation and CAM programming.

The proven manufacturing database libraries, where all of the manufacturing components and experience data are stored have been supplemented with a clamping device library in the form of digital twins. This can be used to conveniently create and manage clamping elements and clamping device groups to set up the machine in the virtual environment.

Tebis 4.1 also supports measurement cycles, which can be fully integrated into CNC machining processes. This allows users of Tebis’ CAM system to check if the component is correctly clamped and the blank is correctly dimensioned and oriented – ensuring shorter setup and machining time, higher component quality and fewer correction.

For even greater safety with Tebis 4.1, machine tool heads are fully accounted for in collision checking during NC calculation. In the event of potential collisions with machine heads, the affected areas are automatically reduced or excluded from machining. The same also applies here: The check is performed using the real head geometry, not substitute geometry.