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Gerber data view & conversion

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  • Intelligent panelization of SMT 2021-11-25

    Currently, most programming process of PCB panelization requires input of measured data, such as outline data, matrix offset, etc., and this method tends to cause deviation of coordinates of component mounting location, thus causing incompliance during boards mounting. While for Vayo’s SMT Expert software, panelization is quite easy as the feature selection approach is used […]

  • Webinar: Core SMT Process (Stencil) Know-How Digitalization 2021-11-17

    Very interesting! Solder paste stencil Is quite cheap, but It Is core process step for PCB assembly (SMT) since >70% quality problems are from screen printing process.

  • How to select the test point for PCBA Kelvin Sensing in an efficient way 2021-11-17

    Kelvin Four-terminal sensing, also called four-wire sensing or four-point probe method, is an electrical impedance measuring technique, which uses separate pairs of current-carrying and voltage-sensing electrodes to make more accurate measurement than two-terminal sensing.

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