Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 16 11:23:41 EST 2009 | jax
We currently use Unisoft on a limited basis. It was purchased as a low cost solution to track a specific product until we can roll out a more robust tracking package. We are currently moving towards Optimal Electronics. I think their quality package
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 06 17:53:40 EST 2009 | daxman
I would recommend Aegis software. Valor is good too but last time I checked they were really expensive. Call up Aegis and have them explain CircuitCam and their QC, SPC, and dataminer modules. Aegis is modular, so you don't have to buy a big pack
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 11:00:43 EST 2009 | c111
Has anyone had success with either datamyte or unisoft software? I have looked at both and have a list of pro's and con's for both. I'm wondering if these are worthier persuing or if there is something better. We are looking to track defects througho
Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 04:34:17 EDT 2005 | Rob
Can you not track placement accuracy/feeder performance/print performance just via the AOI in near real time? Once you get a feel for it you can usually tell where the fails stem from, and at most you are only usually around 10 minutes out depending
Electronics Forum | Fri May 27 02:36:27 EDT 2005 | Base
Hi John, What type of machines are you using? (for all you vendor-bashing badmouths out there: this is not an invitation to start advertising you personal favourites!) There may be people out there that have done this trick before on exactly the s
Electronics Forum | Thu May 26 19:29:35 EDT 2005 | jh0n!
Yeah - I can handle most scripting/programming - but I'm completely unfamiliar with this side of these machines. For example, when looking at the Aegis software, they're tracking real-time defects, etc....That's what I'm curious about there - how to
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 09 16:27:46 EDT 2020 | oxygensmd
Sadly, without line controller software you won't be able to load jobs to your machines. Check your mails later.