Tebis America, which specializes in CAD/CAM systems for design and manufacturing servicing the tool, die, mold, automotive and aerospace manufacturing industries, has announced the latest Release 5 of its Version 4.0 CAD/CAM software.

TEBIS CadCam 143A Nov282017Click image to enlarge

Tebis has especially optimized the performance of its software with the current Version 4.0, Release 5. This helps users significantly accelerate their processes without functional restrictions. Examples include machine simulation, working with tool sets, searching for tools in feature machining or exchanging tools in the Job Manager.

Over the years, Tebis has continued to expand and modernize the functionality of its software. With the new release, NC programming is now largely automated based on templates with process libraries that enable fast and reliable procedures and processes. Users can also easily edit large and complex parts with Tebis.

Convenient and powerful technologies place large demands on computing resources and can easily affect performance. Tebis has identified that the heaviest loads occur in specific processes…the so-called bottlenecks that can result in long waiting times as well as heavy use of resources and conflicts. The Tebis developers then adapted the system to optimize the use of all available memory. Multi-core technology relying on parallel processing was simultaneously integrated.

The extended parallel processing now used saves significant time, especially in the calculation of NC programs for re-roughing. Parts can be loaded, shaded and saved with time optimization.

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