Electronics Forum: ascii (Page 1 of 8)

EDA software ascii formats

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 01 09:27:39 EDT 1999 | david Lee

Can any one supply me the Ascii formats of PADS, Mentor,ORCAD etc EDA software? Thank you very much

Re: EDA software ascii formats

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 02 08:30:24 EDT 1999 | Dan

Dave, You can get the ASCII formats directly from PADS, Mentor, and Orcad by becoming partners with them. They each have an alliance program you can join. Check out their websites. OrCAD can output GenCAD data directly now. Dan Can any one s

GER to GBX conversion tool?

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 13 20:49:08 EST 2007 | davef

Gerber (RS-274-X) - ASCII file with D codes, aperture table included. * .GBX => Gerber (RS-274-X) - ASCII file with D codes, aperture table included.

Pick & Place File Formats

Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 03 01:11:51 EST 2009 | dilogic

Almost every machine can import plain ASCII files, internal formats vary a lot and usually are in some kind of binary format. My suggestion is to generate plain ASCII file with at minimum 5 fields : X, Y, theta, RefDes and component type. - Deni

Centroid Data (or lack of it)

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 16 07:55:56 EST 2010 | rgduval

Aegis Industrial Softwares CircuitCAM can import a gerber file, and allow you to establish a pick and place program from it. It can also take a scanned image of the actual board to do this. It's a moderately painful process; but it is doable. Circ

MyData Equipment Users - Roll Call

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 09:06:48 EST 2002 | JMcMahon

MYDATA files are standard ASCII format.

Converting Package Info.

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 01 19:55:21 EST 2002 | davef

What no flat, comma delimited ASCII, file? Er, maybe Excel? What yer proposing sounds painful.

Next Philips question........

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 23 06:19:28 EDT 2007 | AR

Text. Now the file is written to the disk in readable ASCII format.

MyData file format

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 14 12:25:59 EST 2004 | smokejumper

Mr SMT is wrong. Mydata has an open ASCII format. They include the documets with all machines. You can use any text editor to create the file. All you need is the ASCII centroid data. There are tools already written to do this but if you have some sk

Universal GSM Placement Data...

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 15 11:46:15 EST 2007 | jaimebc

We open our placement ascii file with excel, which then gives me the option to separate columns by tab, comma etc. Once this is done, then I need to asign part numbers to it. There are different ways of doing this, since our BOM,s are on ascii forma

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