Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 23 15:22:42 EST 2001 | micah
Can anyone recommend a good software package which can be used to create panel criteria from Gerber/Cad data. Needs to do more than step & repeat. Need to be able to define panel size, add panel fiducials, define breakaways and hole sizes, ability
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 23 15:55:48 EST 2001 | gsmguru
Try Graphicode's web site. They have a couple of products that can do what you want. http://www.graphicode.com The only other one that comes to mind is Valor but, it's not quite as popular.
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 14 07:23:46 EST 1999 | KenF
Hi, SMTnetters, Could anyone advise where I can find information describing a method called "push-back" ( I hope this name is correct) of arranging individual PCBs into a panel? Regards, KenF
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 16 09:44:18 EST 1999 | - bobar
Ken, The technology you are referring to is also known as return-to-web. This panelization method involves a hard tooled perimeter die and a press equipped with an air cushion. The PCB circuit is punched out and then inserted or "pushed" back into
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Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 10 10:36:42 EST 2003 | russ
I would contact your PCB supplier, they usually have some type of software for panel optimization. Each shop potentially uses different size panels so it is a good idea to ask them what they are using and go from there. Keep in mind that there are
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 15 11:10:44 EDT 1999 | D.Rusher
Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 05 11:52:48 EST 2019 | rgduval
Richard, Are you trying to put different pcb's on the panel, or just step and repeating the same pcb across the panel? Either way, the method is pretty similar. For step and repeat, you need to create a panel/layout, using the panel fiducials. Th
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 23 12:34:37 EST 2010 | dyoungquist
We use a CAB de-panelizer to separtare our boards out of a panel. Works great.
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 10 07:14:37 EST 2017 | vinitverma
It’s the board origin ( not the panel origin).