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Paul McCann

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CNC Routing Machines | 12 November, 1998

All , Does anyone out there use CNC routing machines ? If so could you let me know their make , country of origin etc. Do any of you have the facility to use gerber or CAD files for creating part programmes either on or off-line ? If so could you let me know the name of both the machine manufacturers and the software package . Much appreciated ! Thanks in advance.

Paul .(Based in UK.)

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Michael Allen

#13535

Re: CNC Routing Machines | 12 November, 1998

Cencorp and Ozo are two U.S. companies that make CNC routers for circuit boards. You can find their phone numbers if you search the SMT Forum archives.

Products [companies] that support off-line programming include: * CIMBridge [Mitron (Genrad)] * UniCAM [UniCAM] * GC/Place [GraphiCode] * C-Link [CAE Technologies] * CircuitCAM [Aegis Industrial Software]

...and I'm sure there's more. Good luck.

| All , Does anyone out there use CNC routing machines ? If so could you let me know their make , country of origin etc. | Do any of you have the facility to use gerber or CAD files for creating part programmes either on or off-line ? If so could you let me know the name of both the machine manufacturers and the software package . Much appreciated ! | Thanks in advance. | | Paul .(Based in UK.) |

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Michel SORGIUS

#13536

Re: CNC Routing Machines | 16 November, 1998

I now that ITE (integrated test engineering) have a CNC router where you can use the GERBER files wery easily. The name of the type of router is MFM 4133.

Regards

Michel SORGIUS

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Tom

#13537

Re: CNC Routing Machines | 26 November, 1998

| All , Does anyone out there use CNC routing machines ? If so could you let me know their make , country of origin etc. | Do any of you have the facility to use gerber or CAD files for creating part programmes either on or off-line ? If so could you let me know the name of both the machine manufacturers and the software package . Much appreciated ! | Thanks in advance. | | Paul .(Based in UK.) | Hi Paul, reacting a bit late on yr question, hope you'll read it. We use a machine from LPKF, acoompany based in Germany. They supply software with the machine that alows you to work with gerber files and other CAD files. The machines are thought for prototyping. They have a site at www.lpkfcadcam.com Brgs, Tom

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