Industry insiders and specialists know what counts. Find out for yourself how experts approach current topics in die and mold manufacturing, what Tebis has been developing and how CAD/CAM processes can be improved overall.
How the company is transitioning from a software manufacturer to a process provider and setting its course for future growth.
An interview with Bernhard Rindfleisch and Dr. Thomas Wrede.
We spoke with Hisashi Yamaguchi, General Manager of Japanese trading company Marubeni Information Systems Co, Ltd. (MSYS), about the new Gallea series from tool manufacturer MOLDINO. The discussion did not stop at the advantages of circle-segment cutters and multi-sided machining.
This is a principle that Tebis has followed for more than a decade, and Reiner Schmid, Tebis AG’s head of Product Management, still views it as a unique approach. In an interview with Christopher Detke from NCFertigung, he explains what makes a good CAM system, where the challenges lie and what machines he currently regards as the most complex.
"We take manufacturing companies burdened by intensive manual processes and prepare them for the future," says Jens Lüdtke. The head of Tebis Consulting talks about strategies and processes for the future of die manufacturing.
As part of the annual Open House, Tebis hosted a Round Table. He discussed the shortage of qualified personnel with industry experts. What requirements will tomorrow's managers have? How do you find and promote young talent? A protocol.
Together with project partners, Tebis determined that the greatest expenditure in rib and slot machining. The concept that precisely synchronizes CAD and CAM functionalities is based on this experience. Helmut Vergin, Product Manager at Tebis, gets to the bottom of the matter.
Tebis offers a process solution for die manufacturing that can benefit companies of all sizes. The results from a joint project in the FMF – WWF group in Hardthausen-Gochsen near Heilbronn speak for themselves: Tebis solutions reduced tryout time by up to 25 percent, and programming time was shortened by roughly 15 percent.