The Tebis CNC Simulator lets you fully plan, program and check your NC machining operations with all components in the Tebis NC programming environment. All machines, tools, units and clamping devices are stored with all components on a one-to-one basis as digital twins in the virtual manufacturing environment. This enables the detection and correction of potential collisions and limit switch problems before NC output. This is not only reliable, but also convenient and efficient. Use Tebis simulation technology to lay the foundation for multi-machine operation and reduced-personnel manufacturing.
All the components in your unique manufacturing environment can be realistically stored in virtual process libraries. The machine library includes over 1,400 virtual machine models from different manufacturers in 3,700 variants. The entire range of common machine controls and all common machine types are supported. We digitize your unique setup right on-site. We fully configure and approve postprocessors and virtual machine models.
All tool assemblies can be represented with absolute precision in the tool library, including HPC cutters and circle-segment cutters with all holders. And of course, zero-point clamping systems and units such as jaw chucks, study rests and tailstocks are fully accounted for. This is what makes the checking and correction of toolpaths before NC output so reliable: The completeness of the libraries and the high degree of detail of the digital twins.
Select the appropriate machines, machine heads, clamping devices, shuttle tables, units and tools from your available resources right in the planning phase. You can define reference points and transfer those values to the setups in NC output. You know exactly how many machining operations are necessary. Andyou can detect and prevent collisions before even starting NC programming. This is done by moving the tool right on the virtual machine along critical part areas – like cavities, deep bores and undercuts.
Use the tool library from the planning phase and select tools of the appropriate programming length.
The analysis functions show distances and angles between part and machine components. Tilt axis systems are easily defined with a click of your mouse.
Collisions between the part and machine head can also be detected at an early stage and prevented by changing heads.
Maximum process reliability: You can check the complete machining scenario with all positions, axis and traverse movements, stepovers and components.
Potential conflicts such as cutter collisions, head collisions or limit switch violations are displayed in a clearly structured list. You decide based on the application whether you want to accept or correct conflicts. Your modifications are saved in the toolpath and are included in the postprocessing export.
Collision checking can also be run in the background: You can simply continue working on the next program at the same time.