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  • More competitive thanks to a flexible machine operation culture

    More competitive thanks to a flexible machine operation culture

    Year after year, global competitive pressures are increasing in die and mold making. In addition to improved resource utilization and automation, well-structured processes also offer significant future potential. Jens Lüdtke, the Head of Management Consulting at Tebicon GmbH, explains how flexible machine operation will help companies achieve higher productivity.

    Released:
    Reprint from VDWF in Dialog, March 2012
    Business:
    All
    Category:
    Report
  • The virtual machine is an integral component

    The virtual machine is an integral component

    Tebis presented a new module for turning and combined turning/milling NC programming at the 2011 EMO exhibition in Hannover. The CAD-CAM REPORT trade publication spoke with Tebis Product Manager Reiner Schmid about how time savings are possible not only during actual machining but also in the associated NC programming.

    Released:
    Reprint from CAD-CAM Engineering Report, January/February 2012
    Business:
    All
    Category:
    Report
  • CAD/CAM for greater manufacturing capacity

    CAD/CAM for greater manufacturing capacity

    Series production is actually a non-issue in die and mold manufacturing, with its typical lot size of one. But operators like Frimo Sontra who use standardization, consistency and simulation in manufacturing can approach the results of industrial manufacturing – with a corresponding competitive advantage.

    Released:
    Reprint from NC-Fertigung, November 2011
    Business:
    Automobile
    Category:
    Success story
  • Reliability through simulation

    Reliability through simulation

    The model and mold manufacturers at Erglis have relied on Tebis software for 22 years. In addition to many other features, this company in Heilbronn especially appreciates the simulation that can be seamlessly integrated in the system - a great advantage especially for reliable processing in unattended shifts.

    Released:
    Reprint from werkzeug & formenbau, July 2011
    Business:
    Modelling
    Category:
    Success story
  • Bright green pipes

    Bright green pipes

    They’re actually black, just like all the hoses and pipes under the hood of a car. What’s green is the new method developed by creative mold manufacturer Schweiger in Bavaria. This method is so bright green – in terms of raw-material efficiency and cost-effectiveness – that it will revolutionize the future of pipe connections and hollow bodies, and not just in cars. The Euromold Award represents an initial success for our concept. Economic success is sure to follow.

    Released:
    Reprint from NC-Fertigung, February 2011
    Business:
    Mould
    Category:
    Success story

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