2/8/2016

Tebis Version 4.0 Provides Complete Software Solutions

Originally titled 'Software Provides Complete Software Solutions'
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The software redesigned its look and its sales model by offering multiple industry-specific bundles along with 56 different combination possibilities in its Version 4.0, all with the intent to fit the size and ability of a user.

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To meet the demands of the manufacturing industry, Tebis has completely redesigned its look and its sales model by offering multiple industry-specific bundles along with 56 different combination possibilities in its Version 4.0, all with the intent to fit the size and ability of a user. These scalable levels, labeled Standard, Pro and Premium, are intended to create an exact fit for a manufacturer’s CAD/CAM/NC process chain.

The standard version is an affordable, entry level solution that fits most shops, the company says. Companies that have standard three-axis NC milling machines and use low-end CAD/CAM can acquire the power of Tebis at similar pricing, the company says.

The Pro version is especially useful for mid-sized companies that are using multi-axis machines and demand a higher level of automation for their operation. The Premium package delivers the complete solution package making the highest automation and highest strategies available.

The new interface design keeps the operator focused and fully in charge of its parts and delivers the parts with higher efficiency. 

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