Tebis is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its operations in the UK.
Founded 20 years ago, Tebis UK has been providing advanced CAD/CAM/MES software and services to customers in the UK and Ireland, serving customers across industrial sectors including model, pattern, mechanical component, die and mould manufacturing.
The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tebis AG, based in Munich, Germany, which has been operating for over 35 years.
Tebis advanced manufacturing solutions with virtual machine, digital twin, and advanced cloud-based manufacturing database libraries help customers optimise CNC manufacturing process for improved productivity, quality and safety.
Tebis cloud-based manufacturing database libraries are very beneficial to customers. The libraries include machine tools, cutting tools, clamping devices, machining parameters, as well as toolpath templates and machining process templates. These libraries allow customers to build the best machining practice into Tebis CAD/CAM/MES packages, and to optimise and standardise machining process for improved profitability.
With built-in intelligence and automation, Tebis solutions will also help to reduce the work pressure and workload of CAM engineers, and to relieve shortness of skills.
Tebis Virtual Machine technology is fully integrated within Tebis CAD/CAM environment, and it can be used at three stages of CAM work: machining planning; toolpath calculation; and toolpath simulation and verification.
Joe Zhou, managing director at Tebis UK explained: “Manufacturing process should be consistent and reliable. This is where Tebis can help companies by optimising and standardising their CNC machining processes and automating their CAM work. The best practice of a company can be built into Tebis library database which can then be shared and reused by all engineers for daily operations. This will help to improve productivity, quality and safety while also reduce workload and work pressure.”
The company’s CAD/CAM/MES software and technologies have been widely used in different industries, such as automotive, motorsports, aerospace, oil & gas. Customers include Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover, Airbus, BMW, Tesla, Ford, Volvo, Honda, Toyota and Hyundai.