Tebis's stated goal is to support customers in their processes as effectively as possible. Tebis Software and Services are designed to meet this goal. You can read in white papers how Tebis helps to optimize the procedures and process steps in companies in the die, model and mold manufacturing industry.
One CAM system to meet every need
High-quality results, automated processes, efficient work procedures and maximum safety in manufacturing – the demands on modern CAM systems are high. Constantly changing market requirements and technical innovations require continuous adaptation of the software. As market consolidation continues, that is not always a given. So what is a CAM system at present and what parts are important?
No more visible edges or steps in the die surface: Tebis active surface preparation includes compensation of sheet metal thinning, incorporation of pressure surfaces and free design of negative radii. Specialized functions enable programming without virtual wall thicknesses.
Without process libraries, it would be impossible to program with digital twins in the virtual Tebis world. The machine library alone includes over 1,400 virtual models in 4,700 variants. And there is no tool that cannot be represented in the Tebis tool library.
Tebis white paper: Evolution in sheet-metal forming
Tebis has developed functioning software-supported processes specifically for die manufacturing to enable the production of top-quality class-A surfaces and to automate manufacturing of small parts. Both processes verifiably reduce manufacturing expenditure, thanks to standardization and the integration of individual manufacturing knowledge.
American consulting and market research company CIMdata prepared the white paper on Tebis manufacturing solutions and company strategy. CIMdata's independent market researchers specialize in PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) systems. One associated area of application is CAD/CAM in manufacturing, Tebis's area of expertise. Read a summary of the paper here.