Tebis invited to demonstrate at Inspiration Through Innovation 10-11 October 2017


Tebis, The CAD/CAM Experts, shall present their capabilities at Seco Tool’s ‘Inspiration Through Innovation’ event to be held at Seco UK headquarters in Alcester on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11 October 2017.

The two day event, which is free to attend, aims to create an inspiring and practical event that is truly customer focused and demonstrates unequivocally to visitors the improvements in productivity and performance benefits that can be achieved by collaboration, sharing best practice and working in partnership.

At the event, Tebis shall be offering 2 live machining presentations of its capabilities: Full 5 axis simultaneous milling and adaptive roughing of a steel aerospace component in conjunction with Heller and Seco Tools and secondly showing up to 7 axis milling operations on a Kuka robot with CNC Robotics and Seco Tools. Our UK team will also be on hand to demonstrate its complete range of CAD/CAM software solutions for all types and size of business.

With a clean, modern yet powerful graphical user interface, Tebis provides a single environment for all your manufacturing needs and requirements including 2 to 5 Axis Milling, Turning, Turn-Mill, Mill-Turn, 5 Axis Trimming, 5 Axis Laser cutting, 5 Axis Water Jet cutting, Robot offline programming, Electrode manufacture and Wire EDM.

You can register for the event here -

For further details about the event or Tebis software please contact the Tebis Team on 024 7615 8178 or visit

We look forward to welcoming you to the event!




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