Electronics Forum: mydata network (Page 1 of 2)

MyData TP9-UFP Networking

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 07 09:35:59 EST 2011 | upguy

We have a MyData TP9-UFP that we would like to network with a PC as a network. The documentation that we have is, at best, minimal. To export files, our choices with TPSys 1.5.18 are DOS-disk, UNIX, Kermit and FTP. The files are too big for a flop

MyData TP9-UFP Networking

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 07 13:35:11 EST 2011 | cyber_wolf

Just curious, Why do you need to attach one machine to a PC ? Throw the data on a floppy and call it a day.

MyData file format

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 25 03:28:15 EDT 2004 | alexei_shk

You are wrong. Files from MYData can be uploaded through network to PC with Windows. But I get text files and realy it have codes that I need to know. For example: In panel file I have codes like P1, P2, P3 and so on. In PCB file I have codes like F1

Mydata Package Database hints?

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 09 15:26:15 EDT 2003 | CLampron

Good Afternoon, We have just comleted an in depth discussion about just this subject. We also have Mydata equipment and are facing the same problems. These are the conclusions that we came to: 1) Mydata has a formula for creating package names assu

Re: Quad vrs. Mydata

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 22:33:42 EST 1998 | Jim McCarten

I have had experience with both companies. If you are doing contract work and get you parts and boards in a box, the Mydata does a fine job of teaching a board on the machine. Quad's strengths are in their software and the ability to automatically

MYDATA Training

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 05 15:26:09 EDT 2002 | John Patricelli

I've attended the Advanced Programming Course and the Maintenance Course at their Rowley, MA site. I also talked to the trainer, Toby Upham, about some of the other training courses they provide. It sounds like the New User Training course covers m

MY12 tpsys shutdown

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 07:09:41 EST 2005 | avalancher

What Bruce is referring to is a TPSys Data server. You can give it any name that you like (in Bruce's case, it must be called MyServ). I think what he is asking is after the reboot, does it have trouble reconnecting to the 'master' (whether that be a

MyData Missing Placements

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 11 14:27:56 EDT 2007 | fredericksr

1) Swapped it out a few weeks ago to attempt to combat the problem ... Great minds eh? 2) I'll try changing the position setting to see if my yields improve. 3) Ahh yes, in fact, I have verified that our vacuum levels are low (range ~130). The

Re: Quad vrs. Mydata

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 12 00:02:45 EST 1998 | Gang Pan

I have just finished this excise which compared Mydata and Quad machine. As the result I purchased Quad QSV-1 model SMT assembler. In my opinion select which one that will depend on your applications. Also depend on what machines you compare with.

Quad Machines? Good Points / Bad Points

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 23 12:17:28 EDT 2002 | binns

I have a couple of questions for you, and a couple of answers. 1. Which model ? (100, IIc, IVc, QSV, QSP ) 2. In reference to how the machine stacks up with Fuji and Panasonic. They have never stacked up. Those families of machines have historicall

  1 2 Next

mydata network searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information