BPM Microsystems announces that with the release of BPWin version 5.32.0, tape loader users now have the option to advance their tape reel by millimeters, mils or pocket count at the end of a job for an improved teaching process.
By installing the latest BPWin software release, automated system users with a V-TEK tape loader can enter the desired leader/trailer tape length in either millimeters or mils via the “Tape Options Wizard.” The software automatically calculates the number of pockets needed to advance the reel at the end of a job session. This allows for a faster, more intuitive teaching process, leading to greater machine uptime.
The new software feature conforms to V-TEKS’s leader/trailer tape reel advance method and is an enhancement over previous versions of BPWin that required users to manually calculate or count the number of pockets to advance at the end of a job.
BPM Microsystems is committed to providing its customers with the best user experience possible. The company adds new software features to each full software release to ensure that its customers receive continuous improvements.
Additional software features released in BPWin 5.32.0 can be found in the software release notes located under the Help menu of BPWin and at www.bpmmicro.com.
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