Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 18 19:45:20 EST 2007 | boodroe
Can anyone recommend software for work instructions? I am using the software with gerbers for through hole and SMT. I have tried Unisoft's software and found it to be difficult to use with gerbers. Is there software that will color code the location
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 01 12:48:20 EDT 2008 | dgartman
I am currently using an older copy of CircuitCAM. We have not updated support for it in a few years, and do not have the extra CAD importers, but it works great with .356 CAD, and gerber files. We also purchased a copy of ViewMarkup from unisoft CIM.
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
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 02 10:14:27 EDT 2005 | zartacross
hi! i am concern with the position of the workers in terms of visual inspection,since they deal with very small and intricate parts in pcbs. I would just like to ask which is better to have, the standing or sitting positions for them? specially that
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 02 12:44:13 EDT 2005 | russ
Your inspection people will tell you what they need. We have some that prefer to stand while others sit. It has to do with chair / table / operator heights. e.g. tall table with a short operator they will want/need to stand and vice versa. Usuall
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 07 12:09:23 EDT 2009 | mjz289
Aegis Industrial Software - CircuitCam - It works great.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 24 14:01:41 EDT 2009 | avery5931
What do people use to document Work Instructions? Has anyone used ProWorks (proworksinfo.com)?
Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 26 14:18:31 EDT 2009 | avery5931
What do people use to document Work Instructions? > Has anyone used ProWorks (proworksinfo.com)? Thanks guys. I'm assuming you're referring to http://www.aiscorp.com ? Checking out Aegis first, may take a couple days. Valor looks pretty interest
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 25 11:34:46 EDT 2009 | pms