Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 03 12:03:12 EST 2012 | daxman
Hi Comando, Wide view or narrow view depends on how the camera is positioned on the mounting bracket, and which lens is attached to the camera. The narrow view is mounted higher on the bracket. The wide view is mounted lower. Can you explain a bit
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 10 20:59:02 EDT 2000 | Dave F
Try: View Mate (View only) - http://www.lavenir.com CamCAD (View only) - http://www.camcad.com GC-Prevue (View only) - http://www.graphicode.com PC Gerber II (View & limited data size editing) - http://www.ecam.com/us_home.htm While I've posted "vi
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 27 09:21:29 EDT 2007 | cyber_wolf
Does it happen on both the wide view and narrow view cameras ?
Electronics Forum | Sat Jul 13 08:33:50 EDT 2002 | davef
Not familiar with .dra files. Can the people that sell the software that generated the file help? Try: * View Mate (View only) - http://www.lavenir.com * CamCAD (View only) - http://www.camcad.com * GC-Prevue (View only) - http://www.graphicode.c
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 21 16:56:03 EST 2000 | lucky
I do not think so. The 54 mm has a large field of view, so when it looks at small parts the image is blurry. What you want to try is using the other camera (camera 2) it has a 38mm field of view. Camera 2 is considered a narrow field of view, the cam
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 14 15:23:41 EDT 2001 | davef
I saw your earlier postings on the topic, but am not familiar with Print Pro-E Drawings. Have you tried the common Gerber viewers? Like: * View Mate (View only) - http://www.lavenir.com * CamCAD (View only) - http://www.camcad.com * GC-Prevue (View
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 01 02:03:41 EST 1999 | Chris May
Does anyone have any data or views on recommended shelf life / Date of Manufacture for components ?? Regards, Chris.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 29 17:27:54 EDT 2002 | GregH
Thanks Bob! It gave good views..
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 08 17:13:48 EDT 2002 | Luis F. Otero
I need a program to be able to view these type of files
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 18:12:10 EST 2002 | Dreamsniper
MPM is superior...specially the UP2000. Wider Field of View offers faster 2D recognition process.