Tebis V3.5 R5: Automatically right
Simple NC programming and immaculate processing at the machining centers are our main objectives. With the new Tebis Version 3.5 Release 5, we consistently pursued this task. The automatic collision avoidance enables carefree operation of the machines, the system independently determines the optimal tool length, machine heads are selected automatically. We have again implemented many automatisms and important enhancements. Read this summary for information about the most important new features, and look forward to the new Release 5.
With the configuration element, you can change machine head or collision elements, position additional axes, or transmit instructions to the machine operator. All action changes can be controlled within an NC program. In this way, you can adjust a changed setup situation or change your machine's head – automatically.
Side-driven stepover and downfeed
In all milling functions, you can directly select the contact width and depth of cut from the cutting data options of the tool. You get the maximum value from your tools by using the manufacturer's information. You can choose to display the values as absolute values or as a function of the tool diameter.
Advanced surface design
Self-sealing conic threads are standard in mold making, and we provide you with all you need. Create perfect conic threads with the tools, features, machining strategy, and reliable check mechanisms. The matching NPT thread sizes are stored in the system. Mill or drill the threads and seal everything.
From now on, obstacles are simply bypassed. Using the new avoidance strategies, the system simply creates a 5-axis simultaneous toolpath when it recognizes a collision with a tool component, and safely moves the ball cutter past the obstacles. An automatism that is greatly reassuring.
Because time is money, we continuously try to improve the calculation times. We focus on both the response time of the job manager and the calculation time in roughing. And we have achieved significant improvements in heavily fissured geometries in particular. Speedier response, speedier calculation – speedier results.