Complete solution for deep-hole drilling

    Use all the benefits of computer-supported processes

    The Tebis solution for deep drilling is suitable for all parts and machines: With special CAD/CAM strategies, it can be used on deep drilling machines with drill bushes just as well as on machining centers without drill bushes. Machine changes on short notice are possible at any time. The easily automated preparation and NC programming functions account for machine kinematics and handle details like the required pressure of the coolant. Tebis lets you tap into the high machining capacity of this method: Drilling depths of up to 4 m – more than 10 times the diameter – are achieved at a high component quality.

    Easily automated ...
    No more programming on the machine: Managing all machining tasks in deep-hole drilling with absolute process reliability. 
    ... from CAD to CAM
    An end-to-end system: From automated data preparation to template-based NC programming. 

    Work with intelligent features from the beginning

    Tebis provides you with special preparation functions that cover all relevant requirements in deep-hole drilling. The key advantage: Bores are classified in Tebis as features right from the start. Features are no longer strictly CAD geometries, but rather are "intelligent" elements that include all information relevant for manufacturing. This enables important steps to be completely automated if desired during preparation.

    Subsequent template-based CNC programming is very simple. 

    Automatically detect bores and deep bores and separate from the part

    Automatically extend features

    Plan with drill bushes for collision-free manufacturing if necessary

    Automatically inserted gap areas with individual cutting and feed rate data

    Generate template-based CAM programs for deep-hole drilling

    All necessary parameters in the gun drilling strategy, such as limitations or material entry and exit, can be defined and technology data can be controlled. And thanks to template technology, the CNC programmer doesn’t have to worry about the right settings: They simply select the template that fits the specific machining situation and select the machining elements. The optimal machining strategy for the selected machine is automatically assigned. Reliable 5-sided machining can be generated if required. 

    Check and correct NC programs for reliable processing

    You can optimize the machining operation during the simulation: Reduce the number of machining tools and adjust the pre-determined tool lengths Check and change the setup and check the machining operation for collisions with all components. Only collision-checked NC programs are sent to the machine

    Example from practice with machine change

    General preparation

    (1) Recognize and insert features
    (2) Extend features
    (3) Sort features

    1st NC machining

    (4) Automated NC programming

    2nd NC machining

    (5) Plan 2nd NC machining with optimized tilt direction
    (6) Cut and group features and machine on deep drilling machine
    (7) As an alternative, switch to milling machine and machine

    3rd NC machining

    (8) Manufacture original design features for threads

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