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what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 12 12:33:50 EDT 2014 | alphatronique

Thank Brad Fab 3000 was first soft i try that actually work without need to read whole manual and it price was right ..

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 28 03:34:21 EST 2014 | jlawson

MSS Valor Process Preparation, also has great gerber processing... http://www.mentor.com/pcb-manufacturing-assembly/products/valor-mss-process-preparation But as stated gerber was never intended to cope with assembly data only fabrication hence not

Convertion Gerber to P&P data

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 12 01:07:34 EST 2006 | pavel_murtishev

Good morning Mark, CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) products are designed to solve such tasks. You can try CAM350 for example. CAM350 understands different ASCII exported data from different CAD systems. CAD ASCII export contains all necessary inf

Convertion Gerber to P&P data

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 20 14:34:23 EDT 2007 | pnguyvu

Hi Mark, You can use the software called GC-PLACE to convert centroid, there are alots of SMT process engineer using it. Regards Steve USA STENCILS

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 28 03:32:04 EST 2014 | jlawson

Also Valor MSS Process Preparation toolhttp://www.mentor.com/pcb-manufacturing-assembly/products/valor-mss-process-preparation Has great gerber processing tools, but as stated gerber was never targeted at SMT assembly SO ALL tools have to re-process

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 21 09:39:56 EST 2014 | spoiltforchoice

http://www.graphicode.com/GC-PowerPlace this does, I had a dabble and while it does seem quite capable the learning curve is quite steep and I'd wager the price is too. As with GCPrevue, the user interface is hardly what you would call streamlined or

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 16 05:57:02 EST 2014 | alexeis

Hi, From our experience, Gerber files are accompanied by IPC type files. These files usually have extensions: IPC, NET, 356. We have developed products that are designed to help in programming part of the SMT machine, based on these files beyond sta

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 30 19:37:26 EDT 2015 | sarason

If you want to go down this path there is a piece of free software from a dutch programmer called Visualplace. It is available here. http://www.compuphase.com/visualplace/visualplace_en.htm If you want to work from CAD files there s my sofware call

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Sun Feb 16 11:14:07 EST 2014 | unisoft

As mentioned the ProntoGERBER-CONNECTION software from Unisoft ( http://www.unisoft-cim.com/gerber_connection.htm) does the Gerber to intelligent shapes (ref des, x/y center, rotation, p/n, etc.) function for over 25 years. If you wish I'm availab

what software is out there that will extract XY centroid from gerber data?

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 19 15:16:35 EST 2014 | jlawson

Gerber in general is not best data set for assembly, alot of processing has to be done, manually or via software tools, all with their nice features, but as you state there is no actual datum XY , pin 1 , rotation references thus has to be 'generated


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