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Turning/milling

Make the best possible use of high-performance machines for combined turning and milling

01/18/2019

Machines that can do turning as well as milling and drilling save on machining changes and reclamping steps and reduce their expenditures on the path to the finished workpiece. Prerequisite for this is collision-checked complete programs for all machining types, including controlling units such as steady rests, tailstocks and part transfer between the main and secondary spindle.  This is the only way that turning/milling or milling/turning machines can operate with the least possible user intervention and monitoring. This places special requirements on the CAD/CAM process.


In this free webinar by Tebis product manager Adrian Sussani, you can learn how to best use your machines for combined turning and milling with the right CAD/CAM process, laying the groundwork for fast and reliable manufacturing.  

Friday, January 18, 2019, 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Sign up now for the webinar (only available in German)

Contents 

  • Easy importing of manufacturing information from upstream CAD systems
  • Standardized tool library for milling, drilling and turning
  • Specify suitable tools and tilt directions, without tying up machines
  • Quickly generate NC programs for turning, milling and drilling
  • Automatic collision checking and avoidance
  • Material tracking for all machining types
  • Practical examples from mechanical engineering

Friday, January 18, 2019, 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Sign up now for the webinar (only available in German)

Our Tip: The CAD/CAM software is only one side of the coin. If you are interested in automation and would like to plan and control your orders better, you might be interested in viewing a recording of our manufacturing management webinar. The ProLeiS MES solution is an integral part of Tebis software development. 



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