A Better Way to Edit Stencil Apertures to Customer Spec.

Build an edit specification.

Do you make the same aperture edit over and over again? Recalculating for each case and each rotation? In each job?

We think there is a better way. More than just one better way.

In 2015, Gen Stencil made it easy to apply consistent edits to apertures by rule, using their unique component footprints to apply edits automatically. But sometimes your edit schemes are more broad. For example, change all 0402s to a homeplate, reduce width and length, and radius the corners. Or set pad widths for all fine pitch ICs to 45% of their pitches.

IGI added a feature called Specifications to handle edits just this way: applying sets of edits to groups of features.Edits are applied according to your spec., on the whole stencil, consistently and at any rotation. Read More >>

9.00 ParCAM EXT Release Speeds Up Your Work Flow

Automatically create and place callout labels for the features you pick in a job. Find zero width geometry in a job, report findings interactively and zoom to the locations as you step through the report. These are a couple of the new editing features of IGI’s 9.00 version of ParCAM and EXT products.  This version has  over 30 enhancements including Windows® 10 support for 32 and 64-bit systems, and AutoCAD®  2018 support for input/output using AutoDesk RealDWG® technology.   Read More >>

2017 Events
DateEvent NameLocation
Jan 28 - Feb 2 2017Photonics WestSan Francisco, CA - Moscone Center