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Generate, supplement and change surface models

Tebis add-ons from the design category are tailored to very special tasks in the industrial design process chain as well as in die, mold and model manufacturing. They are used to generate, supplement and modify free-form surfaces and lay the foundation for high-quality manufacturing results. You can easily expand your industry and special packages as needed.

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You can use this add-on to integrate a Faro arm so that you can control the scanner or the probe from the Tebis application. This lets you scan real surfaces and individual points and further process them digitally in the open Tebis surface model. You can generate reference axis systems by scanning and acquire surfaces in a direct analysis comparison with existing CAD geometry. This add-on requires Digitized Data Processing.

Benefits

  • Easily combine manual and computer-supported machining
  • Keep real and virtual data synchronized in the event of changes

Specifications

  • Directly sample or scan from Tebis interfaces
  • Manually align sampling probe
  • Record geometrical shapes such as points and circles
  • Generate standard geometries from real objects
  • Align and position digitized data
  • Detect changes or springback and shrinkage effects during scan

Applications

  • Digitizing surfaces for design
  • Generating digital duplicates
  • Recording changes from try-out
  • Identifying modification areas

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