We digitally map your real manufacturing environment in your Tebis installation. It contains your tools and clamping devices with geometric and technical information. We also prepare virtual machines based on your machinery with your detailed geometry and kinematics. The postprocessors we program for your controls access these details and generate reliable NC code.
Your libraries can be protected for exclusive use in your company. They can be used from all Tebis workstations at your installation.
NC programmers and machine operators work securely with automation in the digitalized environment. They unambiguously define the clamping positions and tools, simulate calculated toolpaths and check them for collisions.
We also develop individual templates for NC documentation for you.
We scan and measure your machines on-site and model them one-to-one in the Tebis programming environment.
Detailed digital twins of your actual machining centers and robots are generated from our inventory of catalog machines. The virtual model includes machine geometry, additional equipment, kinematics, limit switches, dynamic parameters for axes and drives and much more. We create every virtual machine model at your site individually.
A detailed digital twins allow you to work more precisely and efficiently in manufacturing.
Our implementation technicians work with you to generate your digital tool library.
The tool library represents your real tools with all their geometric and technical properties. Each tool therefore includes proven and optimized cutting data like feed rate and speed for each material.
We also represent groups of tools in machine magazines and tool cabinets every detail.
With the resulting transparency of the existing tools, the tools available in each magazine can be preferentially selected for NC programming. Calculated NC programs contain the optimized cutting data for each operation.
Our specialists also create a separate library for modeling your machine units in your Tebis installation. The digital representations ensure better handling and reliability.
In the central unit library, you can conveniently manage equipment like jaw chucks, steady rests and tips as well as machine tables, attachments and partitions (see video). In the central unit library, you can assemble the components to form complete units and equip the machine with all units in the Job Manager.
Our implementation technicians also create a library for your clamping devices. It’s worthwhile to digitalize them: Using virtual representations of the clamping devices, NC programmers can unequivocally specify the clamping situation. This prevents clamping device collisions and the resulting renewed NC programming.
Our Tebis implementation technicians use the catalog inventory of postprocessors to program individual postprocessors according to your requirements.
You may need a specific postprocessor depending on the type and complexity of your machines. When you export your NC programs in the control format, these postprocessors access information from the virtual machines. This combination makes your machining operations more reliable.
We prepare various postprocessors for milling (with two performance levels) turning, laser cutting, turning/milling and for robots, including those with more than five axes. We create each individual postprocessor at your location.
Our digital templates for NC documentation let you seamlessly register important information in the shop for the NC programs. Our specialists use proven templates and adapt them to your requirements.
We set up a variety of output formats: On-screen overview, XML format, PDF file and for hard-copy printout.
With our large teams of qualified implementation specialists, the consulting coverage we offer for our customers is unparalleled. As highly experienced and reliable partners, they work passionately to ensure that all Tebis installations are optimally set up and all processes fine-tuned.
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