CHETO is a Portuguese manufacturer of deep hole drilling and milling machines. Our machines represent an excellent investment for their multitasking and innovating features. We are a brand of excellence, internationally recognized in the mold industry.
EiMa Maschinenbau GmbH develops, manufactures and sells CNC milling and machining centers for 5-axis machining of a wide range of materials, including steel, aluminum, plastic, CFRP and wood, for example.
The FANUC Corporation is one of the worldwide leaders in factory automation for CNC control systems, robots and production machinery. Since 1956, FANUC is the pioneer in the development of numerically controlled machines in the automation industry. With more than 264 FANUC locations supporting 108 countries worldwide and more than 8,000 employees, FANUC offers a dense network.
F. Zimmermann GmbH develops and manufactures gantry milling machines and horizontal machining centers that are used to machine parts in the automotive, aerospace and other industrial sectors, such as die manufacturing and shipbuilding.
GEISS AG supplies thermoforming machines for innovative solutions in plastics and composite processing as well as ultra-modern, high-precision CNC finishing machines, including corresponding molds and tool holders.
The GROB Group is an internationally operating family company. The GROB product portfolio ranges from the universal machining center all the way through to highly complex production systems with individual automation, and from manual assembly stations through to fully automated assembly lines.
Kolb Design Technology GmbH & Co. KG provides machines, equipment and material for design studios to the automotive industry for the production of exterior and interior models. These include industrial plasticine (clay), Tools for manual modeling, lift tables and model manufacturing machines for milling computer-generated designs.
For more than 20 years, Lerinc has been a partner, source of ideas, consultant and retailer for a broad spectrum of select machine centers and automation solutions. We offer our customers all the important elements: powerful and cost-effective machines, first-class consulting and reliable service.
Mitsubishi Electric has been developing EDM technology since 1953. Since then, its systems have been characterized by precision, reliability and low operating costs. Over 67,000 EDM systems sold internationally speak for themselves.
Röders GmbH is one of the pioneers of high-speed milling. With an exceptional degree of development expertise in design and open and closed-loop feedback control, its machines are optimized to provide maximum performance in machining precision, surface quality and dynamics.
The Starrag Group is a leading global manufacturer of precision machine tools and provides high-quality and sophisticated products representing a wide variety of machining methods for metals, composites and ceramics.
Wenzel DesignTec develops innovative milling machines and intuitive software for machining design models in clay (industrial plasticine) and hard foams. The RA Mill, DT Robot and DT Mill milling solutions are used in design studios in the automotive industry.
accurapuls is the inventor of the patented hammer peening technology that replaces manual work in polishing sheet metal dies and makes digitization of the process chain at all possible based on the Industry 4.0 approach.
Aura Frästechnik GmbH, with headquarters in Breidenbach in Hessen, Germany, provides a wide range of innovative milling tools. The Aura application team is known far beyond the borders of Germany for its modern and professional consulting in milling strategies.
DCAM GmbH has been a leading developer and manufacturer of programming systems for wire EDM for 25 years. DCAMCUT delivers the most precise results and is used worldwide in machine and plant construction, tool and mold manufacturing, prototype construction, medical technology and in the aerospace industry.
GOM is a global company that develops and produces industrial instrumentation for 3D coordinate measurement and deformation analysis. The systems increase product quality and accelerate product development and manufacturing.
Hufschmied Zerspanungssysteme GmbH has over 25 years of experience in developing and manufacturing machining tools. In 2016, the company was nominated for the BMW Group Supplier Innovation Award and was received recognition in the production area.
Ingersoll Werkzeuge GmbH is specialized in the production of cutting tools with an excellent vibration-free performance in both in standard and special-purpose design. Our customers trust our technical qualifications and benefit from the dependability and process reliability of our tools.
MMC Hitachi Tool is one of the leading die manufacturers in Japan. It has a unique product portfolio for die and mold manufacturing, which offers the appropriate solution for roughing as well as for ultra finishing.
Pokolm Frästechnik GmbH & Co. KG in Westphalia, Germany, develops and manufactures innovative, high-quality die systems and provides highly expert consulting in the machining of complex 2.5 and 3D geometries.
Zhuzhou Cemented Carbide Cutting Tools Co., Ltd. is the largest Chinese manufacturer of carbide tools. The product spectrum includes carbide indexable inserts, indexable inserts made from cermet, CBN, PKD and ceramic, solid carbide tools and turning tool holders, milling inserts and suitable tool systems.
The Federal Technical College of Model and Mold Manufacturing in Bad Wildungen, Germany, is the site of inter-company training courses and master's preparation courses for model makers from manual processing and industry. It recently also started offering a course of study for individuals to become state-certified technicians in model and mold manufacturing.
The WBA Tool Making Academy Aachen GmbH is the leading partner of the tool and die industry in the business areas of consulting, further education and research with its own demonstration tool shop. The WBA builds a connection between science and industry.
Education and training in metals technology are conducted jointly with the cooperative partners. The completion of ongoing professional education results in certification as a state-approved technician. Certified by the VDW foundation for the education of junior professionals since July 2015.
Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb)
Technical University of Munich (TUM)
The Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb) at the TUM is one of the largest research institutions for production technology in Germany. It includes two chairs at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Garching near Munich, as well as an application center for production technology in Augsburg.
With its competence centers in manufacturing engineering, energy and building technology as well as automotive engineering, HEID TECH is a future-oriented professional school. CAD/CAM technology is implemented in many areas with Tebis as a partner.
6,000 students are enrolled in six faculties of the THD and a separate continuing education center. More than ten percent of these come from outside Germany. Areas of specialization are technology, business and health. This is supplemented by the Rottal-Inn European Campus in Pfarrkirchen, Germany, and eight technology and health centers where applied research is conducted.
Business Engineering students at the Wildau Institute of Technology can earn their Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering with a focus on the digital product development process. They use Tebis Software in this course of study.
More than 1,300 budding engineers in the EMW department at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences study subjects that include electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and industrial engineering. CAD/CAM technology comprises an important part of the course of study and the application-oriented research.
Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) is the only cooperative state university in Germany. It was founded in 2009 and continues the cooperative model of the former Baden-Wuerttemberg University of Cooperative Education (BA BW), which was successful for over 40 years.
During training for the profession of "Technical model-making - emphasis on bodywork and production," we work with Tebis to design auto body parts, molds and RP parts and to generate milling programs for our Alzmetall GS-650/5 and .stl data for our three RP systems.
The Max-Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) in Garching and Greifswald is concerned with investigating the physical principles underlying a power plant that – like the Sun – will produce energy from the fusion of light atomic nuclei.