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Programming Mydata w/Excel macro

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 11 12:23:28 EST 2011 | upguy

Ed: Our Mydata TP9-UFPs are down when we are using them to write programs. That Excel macro from Mydata would be a godsend. We would be very interested in getting and using the macro. Please contact me. Thanks. John

Mydata Excel Macro for Programming

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 04 14:24:54 EST 2021 | ecdave

Hello, Working with older Mydata model TP9-UFP and saw on the forum that there was an Excel macro people were using to create Mydata programs for import to machine. Could someone please help me in getting a copy of this? Thanks, Dave

Mydata Excel Macro for Programming

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 09 02:35:54 EST 2021 | ecdave

Thanks sarason. I have seen both your program and the first one you mentioned. I am hoping to find someone who has the Mydata specific excel macro that they are willing to share.

Programming Mydata

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 07 18:59:11 EDT 2011 | emrtech

hi, i would be interested in the EXCEL MACRO. Thanks, Louie

DPMO DATA

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 12 07:13:23 EDT 2003 | davef

You can find lots of Excel add-on macro packages by searching the net with Google. Consider Q1 Macro, SPC IV Excel, and macros from BaRaN Systems.

Programming Mydata

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 28 19:15:13 EDT 2009 | edmentzer

Have you used the EXCEL MACRO that MYDATA used to give out at no cost? We have been using the MACRO for 9 years and it is very good. Contact me if you are interested in the EXCEL MACRO. I can usualy edit the pick and place data with macro for a bo

Programming Mydata

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 25 01:33:00 EDT 2009 | hurr

Hi Jack, we have in our comapany My15 and MY9. Both machines we programming almost daily only in excell. First manually, second with excell macro. Both alternative are almost camparable. It´s depending on amount of SMD parts and skills. Radek

BOM Merging

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 14 11:56:35 EDT 2004 | Frank

Is there a freeware, or shareware, software that can merge my CAD data and BOMs? Maybe an Excel macro to do the trick? Thanks, Frank

BOM Comparison

Electronics Forum | Fri May 12 01:55:29 EDT 2006 | AR

If you are not talking about a large number of BOMs, the cheapest way would probably be to do a CSV export of the BOMs and write an Excel macro in VBA to do the actual comparison.

Free Feeder Setup Software...?

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 18 14:18:28 EDT 2007 | jdumont

Hi all, does anyone know of any free software (Excel Macro?) that can compare BOMs and show like pairs for reducing setup time from job to job?

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