Represent your machines in the Tebis CNC programming environment. This ensures reliability in the CNC automation environment. Detailed digital twins of your actual machining centers and robots are generated from our large inventory of catalog machines. The virtual model includes the machine geometry, additional equipment, kinematics, limit switches, dynamic parameters for axes, drives and much more.
Represent your actual clamping devices. This enables NC programmers to unequivocally specify the setup. This prevents collisions with clamping devices that would require renewed NC programming. The clamping devices include all geometric and technical properties.
You can manage all clamping elements and combine them in clamping device groups in the clamping device library. Using predefined connection points and an automatic filter function that only offers elements with appropriate connections, you can quickly and conveniently construct simple vises in the same way you create zero point clamping systems with a variety of clamping plate systems. Multiple setups are also integrated. If individual elements in a clamping device group can be physically moved, you can specify any necessary degrees of freedom to restrict the direction of movement.
For outputting the calculated toolpaths in the special format of your CNC controls. Depending on their design and complexity, you will require an individualized postprocessor for each of your machines. These are available for milling, turning, laser cutting, turning/milling and for robots (with more than 5 axes). Tebis implementation technicians use available catalog postprocessors to create your individual postprocessors to your exact specifications.
Use geometry templates, also known as features, for automatic NC program calculation of standardized manufacturing objects such as bores, toleranced fits, planar surfaces and pockets. Each feature can be associated with an appropriate manufacturing sequence.
Features are included in your CAD manufacturing files by the intelligent feature scanner and by manual insertion.
Represent and save all NCJobs in all setups that result in manufacturing of the part.
Job Managers with all setups and all NCJobs can be reused as templates for the same or similar manufacturing tasks. The use of intelligent Job Managers is especially efficient. The automated functions yield significant time savings for NC programmers. The NCJobs contained in the intelligent Job Managers automatically identify the geometry to be manufactured, using the stored information on tool use, strategies and cutting data.
These are needed to document your NC programs for your workshop. They can be output in XML format or as a PDF file, for printing on paper and for viewing on screen.
Tebis implementation technicians use the inventory of catalog templates to program your individual templates to your exact specifications for more CNC automation in your processes.