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Re: Verification Systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 17 12:43:06 EDT 1998 | Mike C

| Is there any kind of Feeder Verification System that is compatiable with a Panasonic MSH,MV150 or MPA3???? Also, what choices do we have for a Feeder Verification System for the Fuji's other than RVS or Bartector????? Hi John Although I have not u

CIM software

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 12 13:59:48 EDT 2000 | Gary Simbulan

I am investigating various (C)omputer (I)ntergrated (M)anufacturing software tools. I will be using this for offline programming of assembly equipment as well as creating process documentation, I have looked at Unicam from Unicam-Technomatics and C

Re: gerber converter question

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 28 13:49:34 EST 2002 | Jeff D

Actually when you use CircuitCAM you do not have to digitize every component. Once one package is digitized CircuitCAM will scan for other pacakges like that on the board. In regards to Unicam, they do not have one, but instead use a third party Ge

Calculating Mydata angels with CircuitCam

Electronics Forum | Tue May 05 16:58:08 EDT 2009 | billmeye

I don't have CircuitCam, I'm using Unicam with Mydata. In Unicam I have a Theta Offset setting for each package witch determines the default rotational angle with respect to the pin 1 setting within the package data. With Mydata, the package inform

Fuji Flexa and Aegis w/ Circuitcam or Unicam w/Assembly Expert

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 15:11:03 EST 2004 | Alan

I have also been using Flexa with the Circuitcam interface. Very easy application to use. The documentation package is very nice also if you plan on using it for visual aids.

Host communication to Panasert Machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 09 19:45:34 EST 1999 | Peter van den Berg

We're looking for a replacement for Panahost. Any suggestions for alternative packages that will enable us to upload/download to Panasert Machines? In preference we want a communication package that uses code operated switching (COS) to at least 20

Re: CNC Routing Machines

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 12 13:31:18 EST 1998 | Michael Allen

Cencorp and Ozo are two U.S. companies that make CNC routers for circuit boards. You can find their phone numbers if you search the SMT Forum archives. Products [companies] that support off-line programming include: * CIMBridge [Mitron (Genrad)] *

Re: Building Cimbridge part libraries

Electronics Forum | Mon May 11 13:34:16 EDT 1998 | Peter

| | We just purchased Mitron/GR Software's CB97. | | We have Universal's 4790 and Contact's 3AV machines. | | Both these machines part libraries are in binary format | | and their respective software packages cannot export out | | into ASCII. | | Has


Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 21 15:04:51 EDT 2002 | bentzen

Hi Greg. FujiCam has two ways of calculating the placement coordinate for a component. - The "FujiCam/Unicam way": calculating component origo as the center of the designed component pads. - Use the PCB designers part origo which could be center of

Placement component

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 25 10:12:08 EDT 2014 | rgduval

Whatever software was used to create the drawing that you shared should be able to indicate pin 1 of the devices. If it is based on the CAD information, there should be a setting somewhere to turn on pin-1's. If that drawing was created manually, t

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