Tebis is a CAD/CAM software solution for applications such as die, mold or model making. The software is primarily used in the generation of toolpaths for chip-breaking manufacturing such as drilling and milling, but also in Wire EDM and Electrode EDM. These toolpaths control multi-axis CNC machines. Other applications include manufacturing planning, design, reverse engineering, quality assurance, CNC machining and assembly. The software features interfaces for neutral file formats as well as proprietary formats of third-party manufacturers (STEP 203/214, VDAFS, IGES, DXF, STL, Parasolid, Catia V4/V5, Creo, SolidWorks, NX, JT).
The new release of Version 3.5 is available. We have optimized, expanded, and of course fine-tuned yet again. Compare CAD files without prior loading, or create blanks by layering material. Stay up-to-date and output data in the universal STEP format, or automate deep-hole drilling. Deform complex parts with the click of a button. The most important enhancements of our new Release 3 are summarized here. You can see the in the details!
Custom NC post-processors created by ICAM’s senior NC manufacturing experts are developed to optimize the performance of CNC machines and to allow users to exploit the advanced functions of their respective machine tools.
ICAM’s custom NC post-processors are created using CAM-POST® therefore, these posts inherently interface with all major CAD / CAM / PLM systems, controllers and CNC machines and support various advanced multi-axes machining applications. All ICAM post-processors can also be configured to support multiple CAM systems.
CAM-POST is an advanced independent single source NC post-processing development, management and deployment technology supporting all major CAD / CAM / PLM systems, CNC controllers and machine tools.
CAM-POST incorporates 40 years of industry leading NC expertise to deliver the most advanced, intuitive and flexible system architecture available. CAM-POST includes over 200 NC controller quick-start defaults, which can be selected to simplify and speed post-processor creation.