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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

feeder maintenance

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 24 21:48:22 EST 2006 | bigdaddysoy9

Universal has GSM feeder manuals in .PDF format on their website. http://www.uic.com/ You have to register to view them.

GSM Placement List

Electronics Forum | Fri May 08 17:17:39 EDT 2009 | dilogic

All GSM files are in proprietary binary format and you can't easily extract needed data directly. As you said you have off-line sw. you can backup all the relevant folders (if you are affraid to mess up current feeder/component databases) and restore

Universal GSM Placement Data...

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 11 14:27:30 EST 2007 | gregcr

I worked for a similar company. They had 4 GSM's. Most all of the GSM's software have a fairly straight forward way of importing data, it is just a matter of formating it correctly. I can't imaging using calipers to make a GSM placement program if

Universal GSM Placement Data...

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 03 18:49:57 EST 2007 | Ben_T

Good evening all. I'm looking for information regarding how to generate Universal GSM placement programs. Basically, what I need to know is the format in which the machine will/can take in the placement data. There are a few GSM's where I work, but

BGA soldering & BGA ball formation

Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 23 10:03:19 EST 2008 | tsvetan

Hi, yes, you can, but it will be subject to long learn curve where i live there are hundreds of GSM repair shops which do BGA rework and replacement with $50 hot air guns only, but i guess they had lot of BGAs damaged before they have learned how to

Universal GSM Placement Data...

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 04 09:59:37 EST 2007 | ratsalad

If you need any info about the 4785, let me know. If you understand Perl I'd be happy to send you the software I wrote for 4785 program generation. Mine is based around PanaPRO but it would at least give you a very simple optimization routine if

Re: No Free Beer But...

Electronics Forum | Sat Oct 17 10:24:12 EDT 1998 | smd

It seems like most people want to X-Ray their BGAs. We're going to start doing a lot more of them and need to consider X-ray, too. Q: Do most people/companies X-ray everyBGA or do they just do SPC? Q: Can yo

Re: No Free Beer But...

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 19 14:24:06 EDT 1998 | Justin Medernach

It seems like most people want to X-Ray their BGAs. We're going to start doing a lot more of them and need to consider X-ray, too. Q: Do most people/companies X-ray everyBGA or do they just do SPC? Q:

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