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Centroid Data (or lack of it)

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 17 20:47:51 EST 2010 | jlawson

Also take a look at vplan from Mentor graphics(Valor) this has very powerful CAD/CAM to centroid capability...can generate Centroid data from Gerber - creates packages , polarities and assigns Refdes with easy to use tool...

Programming Software

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 18 07:14:49 EDT 2013 | jlawson

Yes Aegis and Valor are good choices in terms of NPI, SMT programming , which one you choose will depend on other factors, Valor offers I feel a more rounded product, ie under one platform. Both offer CAD-BOM to SMT and Documentation, but Valor offer

Mentor file

Electronics Forum | Wed May 16 18:10:15 EDT 2007 | ratsalad

cman, Which placement machines do you use? What software do you use to program them? There are several solutions out there such as CAM CAD, Valor, CircuitCAM, whatever Unicam is called these days... I can't keep up with the acquisitions. None

Component Zero Orientations for CAD Libraries

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 11 16:18:48 EST 2008 | jlawson

Valors new Vplan NPI solution includes comprehensive rotation correction and virtual sticky tape to eliminate rotation errors in final SMT machine programs, you can learn a customers source CAD rotation info for use later again and again...regardles

Convert Gerber files to Cad (text file).

Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 31 21:01:21 EST 2004 | pizzshen

valor's software--trilogy 5000 can do help for your request,but it is expensive .

Programming for Pick & Place and AOI machines

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 01 07:32:51 EDT 2017 | jlawson

Another commercial tool is Valor MSS Process Preparation from Mentor-Siemens (Valor), can handle Gerber, PnP, ODB++, Native CAD ASCII Files, BOM and CAD Merge, SMT Pn Programming, AOI exports , DFT Engineering - ICT/Flying Probe programming, Stencil

What software do people use for work instructions?

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 26 14:58:43 EDT 2009 | jgorajia

The challenge you will have with ProWorks is it doesn't understand electronics. To create a dynamic legend (parts list) based on ODB++ or CAD import probably won't be easily created. Understanding components and seeing the CAD data related and sort

Validation of Pick & Place programs

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 11 16:05:46 EST 2008 | jlawson

Our programs are created in an ASCII format ( we > do not have Unicam or Circuit cam ), so we load > the finish PNP program and then we sort it by > reference designator. We then load the BOM in an > ASCII format and also sort it by reference >

What software do people use for work instructions?

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 24 16:55:19 EDT 2009 | jlawson

Valors vPlan has documentation/WI tool, data feed into it is extracted from CAD/CAM/BOM , SMT Parts Allocation, Manual placement allocation etc and can add pictures, videos etc, should check this out also...

Software for work instructions?

Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 02 16:26:32 EDT 2008 | jlawson

Valors new vPlan (Vplan Studio) Documentation System is fairly powerful and can read all major CAD/CAM formats and of course ODB++ which all major EDA software providers now support ODB++ output. Documentation can have picture files, AVI,s manual pla

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