Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 08:15:01 EST 2015 | emeto
That is exactly what I do, but based on the density, it doesn't do a good job.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 15 09:44:12 EST 2015 | emeto
Thanks Jax. This will be useful.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 11:18:30 EST 2015 | emeto
Hello all, we are using Circuitcam for all our internal records and programming our production machines. When I auto assign labels for my reference designators, machine will create designators with different sizes(some of them are too small to see i
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 15:14:04 EST 2015 | proceng1
If you go to the BOARD drop down menu, and choose AUTO-PLACE labels, it will resize them as it sees fit. Which sometimes works, and sometimes makes it worse.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 15:12:12 EST 2015 | proceng1
Yup just tried it. Works great, thanks Jax. And the "Set Horizontal and Vertical Size" button is the "up/down, left right" arrows. It's also the only icon not grayed out.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 14:38:28 EST 2015 | jax
You can set the Horizontal and Vertical size of the reference designators. 1.Modify 1 to the size you want 2.Select all of the Reference ID's except the one you manipulated 3.Hold Ctrl down and select the Manipulated Reference 4.Click the "Set Horizo
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 08 15:11:36 EST 2015 | proceng1
To my knowledge, no. I generally turn designators off and rely on the silkscreen designators, but when I do have an assembly that I need to add the designators to the assembly print, I have to manipulate them individually as far as size. You can dr
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 20 21:12:20 EST 2000 | Dave F
There's a bunch of suppliers [Fabmaster, Unicam, GC-Place, CircuitCam] listed in the fine SMTnet Archives. You have to be a bit partial to CircuitCam, it's a ground-up product designed for our work by someone from the business, not some cobjob on a
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 27 19:56:49 EST 2002 | bmiklosey
I am not sure why there is an attack on the CircuitCAM product from 'M Cox', especially when he appears to be mis-formed about the operations within its well developed Gerber environment. CircuitCAM does automate the reference designator identifier
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 03 09:53:40 EST 2012 | anvil1021
Well there are 2 ways to go about this, the first would be to have your stencil provider do the calculations for you (with his software) or you can purchase LPKF CIRCUITCAM EDIT from LPKF. This is a Gerber editing software that is designed to make st