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JUKI Pick & Place machine Programming

Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 15 10:26:12 EDT 2018 | ks0707

Hello everybody, I’d like to hear your advice regarding the programming for multiple Pick & Place machines. My company is a Contract manufacturer located in SF Bay area and has 4 SMT lines with 11 Pick & Place machines. The good thing is that all o

JUKI Pick & Place machine Programming

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 18 01:56:38 EDT 2018 | reckless

PCBSynergy helped me on my 760 especially latest version with Kicad compatibility. It is pretty user friendly and almost self explanatory. Don't forget to leave files names short for the 750.

JUKI Pick & Place machine Programming

Electronics Forum | Sun Jun 17 09:48:05 EDT 2018 | sarason

I presume the dangles you talk about are for an application called HLC from JUKI. The 2 different versions are for the later 2000 and 3300 and FX series the other key for the older 700 series. There is another way to solve your problem. AN applicatio

JUKI Pick & Place machine Programming

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 18 06:16:59 EDT 2018 | alexeis

Hi John, We have solution, called QPlan, that is exactly for your needs. You can prepare data at offline including SMT simulation with angle and XY deviation automatic fix. If you want more information, please send me an email: alexeis@proventustec

Juki Syntax

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 27 00:20:40 EST 2002 | Geronimo

Hi Andrew, From the way i see this is that you are trying to break some Juki codes...right? Juki Programs are proprietary and please don't use this forum to gain info on how to break codes. Try contacting your local Juki supplier in NZ or Australia

Juki Syntax

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 15 19:35:36 EST 2002 | Andrew Brook

I am trying to program a Juki KP620 and KE730 offline. I am looking for the file syntax for .P5A and .G2C files. Is there is anyone who can help me with this. Thanks

Juki Syntax

Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 16 00:20:37 EST 2002 | Frank

The Juki format is a proprietary binary format. If you are trying to convert centriod data, you can use software bought directly from your local Juki distributer. Or you can purchase Unicam, CircuitCam, or GCPlace from their respected distributors.

JUKI file

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 22 02:44:43 EDT 2008 | tetsuo_45

Hello, We currently use HLC for our JUKI machines and we wish to load and read the HLC file (".h6h")or a machine program in an other application. Do you know a mean or a tool for reading this kind of file? Thanks.

Juki Syntax

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 23:02:26 EST 2002 | pfedorys

Try to get ahold of Zevatech's "Flex Program". It will convert an ASCII file into the Zevatech Binary format. I understand they don't charge much for this - if it is even still available.

Juki 740

Electronics Forum | Sun Sep 23 01:32:58 EDT 2018 | sarason

Try my program PCBSynergy to load up your machine, if you have any problems you can email me at the address on the webpage. http://members.iinet.net.au/~sarason/ From your description you may have a camera offset issue. sarason

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