Mechanical Engineering
Industry packages

For demanding parts manufacturers

No matter whether you manufacture motors, gears, systems, power plant components, structural components or aircraft landing gear – the Tebis mechanical engineering industry packages provide the best solution for any parts manufacturing needs. You can quickly and easily prepare your parts for NC programming. NC programs are no longer generated at the controller, but rather directly in a specialized CAM system. You benefit from the high degree of software automation and can simulate all NC programs in a realistic manufacturing environment. Manufacturing becomes more reliable and more cost-effective. 

Mechanical Engineering<br>Industry packages


Could your mechanical engineering use some fresh momentum?

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The Mechanical Engineering industry packages get you to market faster:

  • No size limitations
  • Easy to learn and intuitive operation
  • Easily integrated in existing CAD environments with high-quality interfaces
  • High productivity with standardized and automated NC programming
  • Broad application spectrum with comprehensive NC strategies for prismatic and 3D surface machining
  • High part surface quality with NC programs generated directly on CAD surfaces
  • Continuously improve your process quality with stored manufacturing knowledge in NC templates
  • Reliable processes with programming and simulation in a realistic manufacturing environment
  • Digital information flow throughout the process

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