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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 completely repair qualitative problems in the CAD surface model automatically with this add-on. You can predict cost-intensive problems in subsequent geometric operations and manufacturing steps in advance and initiate corrective measures at the touch of a button. The analysis of qualitative problems with a preview of the automatic repair results is included as standard in most steps of the industry and special packages.

Benefits

  • Detect and correct problem areas at the touch of a button
  • Automatic repair with better than 90% success rate
  • Significant time savings

Specifications

  • Save all problem areas in the structure tree
  • Display preview of possible automatic repairs
  • Detect and reduce risk areas for subsequent processes
  • Detect and reduce excessively segmented surfaces (too many patches)
  • Detection and reduction of excessive gaps between adjacent surfaces

Applications

  • Preparing and accelerating the following tasks: e.g. rounding, extending, offsetting, morphing, NC programming and exporting data.

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