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8/1/2018

CAD/CAM Software Optimizes Five-Axis Milling

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IMTS 2018: Tebis America’s Version 4.0 CAD/CAM software provides optimized functions in five-axis simultaneous milling.

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Version 4.0 of Tebis America’s CAD/CAM software provides optimized functions in five-axis simultaneous milling. Features include adaptive and contour parallel roughing strategies, simple machining of connected milling areas in isoparametric surface layout, and integrated tilt direction preview when milling between vectors. 

The company is also displaying its ProLeis Manufacturing Execution System (MES) for single-part manufacturing. The system’s comprehensive data management, manufacturing planning and manufacturing control functions enable effective control of all individual parts for dies and injection molds at all stages of production.

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