esCAD Kaizen Master | PCB Mounting Assist Tool | Oparation Manual

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INDEX

Introduction 1 For Beginners. 7

Introduction 2 Working Flow.. 8

Chapter 1 Arrangement Mode. 9

1-1) Menu Bar - File. 9

1-2) Menu Bar - Mode... 9

1-3) Menu Bar - Setting. 10

1-4) Menu Bar - Board Dimension.. 10

1-5) Menu Bar - Coordinates. 11

1-6) Menu Bar - Version.. 11

1-7) Top View - File. 11

1-8) Top View - Print. 12

1-9) Top View - View.. 12

1-10) Top View - Mode. 13

1-11) Top View - [View Drawing]/[Hide Drawing]. 13

1-12) Top View - [Face]/[Back]. 13

1-13) Top View - [View]/[Hide]. 13

1-14) Reference number display. 14

1-15) Editing Process. 15

1-16) Editing Z-Axis. 17

Editing Post-Mounting. 20

1-17) 20

1-18) Commentary on the area of board edit (Arrangement Mode) 24

Chapter 2 Assy Mode. 28

2-1) Menu Bar - File. 28

2-2) Menu Bar - Mode. 28

2-3) Menu Bar - Version.. 29

2-4) Top View - File. 29

2-5) Top View - Mode. 29

2-6) Top View - [View Drawing]/[Hide Drawing]. 30

2-7) Top View - View.. 30

2-8) Top View - [Face]/[Back]. 31

2-9) Top View - (display) 31

2-10) Top View - Reference Number Display. 31

2-11) Work Procedure. 32

2-12) Commentary on the area of Editing Board (Assy Mode) 33

Chapter 3 Window for Selecting File. 34

3-1) Compo List (must) (Component List) 34

3-2) Coordinate Data. 34

3-3) Gerber Silk (Face) (Gerber data of silkscreen on face side) 34

3-4) Gerber Silk (Back) (Gerber data of silkscreen on back side) 35

3-5) Board Pic (Face) (Board picture data of face side) 35

3-6) Board Pic (Back) (Board picture data of back side) 35

3-7) [Open ProjectFile]. 35

3-8) [Save ProjectFile]. 35

3-9) [Extract Drawing]. 35

3-10) [Make CompoList] (Create component list) 35

3-11) [Make Coordinate] (Create coordinate data) 35

3-12) CompoList Form (must). 36

3-13) Coordinate Form... 36

3-14) Adj Silk Position [X]. 36

3-15) Adj Silk Position [Y]. 36

3-16) Author. 36

3-17) Board Dimension [X]. 36

3-18) Board Dimension [Y]. 36

3-19) [Extract Sample]. 36

3-20) [Close]. 37

Chapter 4 Window for creating a form of component list 38

4-1) [Start Set CompoList]. 39

4-2) [Imp Form]. 39

4-3) [Imp C.List]. 39

4-4) Row # of Begin.. 39

4-5) Col # of C.Name. 40

4-6) DelimiterOfColumn.. 40

4-7) Col # of Reference. 40

4-8) Delimiter Of Ref. 40

4-9) SymOfConsecutive. 40

4-10) Col # of Category. 40

4-11) Frame of Component List. 40

4-12) [Close]. 40

4-13) Wizard of creating a form of component list. 40

Chapter 5 Window for creating a form of coordinates. 46

5-1) [Start Set Coordinate]. 47

5-2) [Imp Form]. 47

5-3) [Imp Coor.]. 47

5-4) Delimiter Of Col. 47

5-5) Col # of Ref. 47

5-6) Col # of X-Coor. 47

5-7) Col # of Y-Coor. 47

5-8) Col # of Angle. 48

5-9) Col # of F/B.. 48

5-10) Sym of Face side. 48

5-11) Sym of Back side. 48

5-12) Scale. 48

5-13) Frame of Coordinate List. 48

5-14) [Close]. 48

5-15) Wizard of creating a form of coordinates. 48

Chapter 6 Window for adjusting the position of board picture. 55

6-1) Dimension-X.. 55

6-2) Dimension-Y.. 55

6-3) Position-X.. 55

6-4) Position-Y.. 56

6-5) Scale-X.. 56

6-6) Scale-Y.. 56

6-7) Angle. 56

6-8) [Rotate]. 56

6-9) [Flip R_L]. 56

6-10) [Color] [B/W]. 56

6-11) [Close]. 56

Chapter 7 Window for adjusting the position of silkscreen. 57

7-1) Position-X.. 57

7-2) Position-Y.. 57

7-3) [AuChngForm]. 57

7-4) [Flip R_L]/[NoFlip R_L]. 57

7-5) [Flip U_D]/[NoFlip U_D]. 57

7-6) [Close]. 58

Chapter 8 Window for library. 59

8-1) Library List. 59

8-2) Display of X-dimension. 59

8-3) Display of Y-dimension. 59

8-4) Frame of outline display. 60

8-5) [Delete]. 60

8-6) [Delete All]. 60

8-7) [Close]. 60

Chapter 9 Window for board dimension. 61

9-1) Entry field of X.. 61

9-2) Entry field of Y.. 61

9-3) [Close]. 61

Chapter 10 Window for printout 62

10-1) Mount Drawing (Face). 62

10-2) Mount Drawing (Back). 62

10-3) Work Drawing (select). 62

10-4) All Work Drawings. 62

10-5) List of Work Drawing. 62

10-6) [Print]. 62

10-7) [Preview]. 63

10-8) [File]. 63

10-9) [Close]. 63

Chapter 11 Window for creating each category files. 64

11-1) [Coordinates of Mount1]. 64

11-2) [Coordinates of Mount2]. 64

11-3) [Component List of Post M]. 64

11-4) [Component List of NoMnt.]. 64

11-5) [Component List of Subcon]. 65

11-6) [Component List of Others]. 65

11-7) [Close]. 65

Chapter 12 Window for setting. 66

12-1) Colors Field of setting colors. 66

12-2) Revise Coordinate of Mounter-1. 70

12-3) Revise Coordinate of Mounter-2. 72

12-4) Mark of No.1 Pin.. 74

12-5) Mark '+' 75

12-6) Save to Library. 75

12-7) Auto Save All Condition.. 76

12-8) Company Name - Entry box of Company Name. 77

12-9) [Close]. 77

Chapter 13 Window for license acquisition. 78

13-1) [Close]. 78

Chapter 14 Sample file. 79

 

 

 

 

 

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(Note) There is another manual written in Japanese. The version number of this English manuals contents and the one of Japanese are not synchronized.

 


 

Introduction 1 For Beginners

Run this application.

 

1) Click this button [New] then the following window appears.

 

2) Click this button.

Presently a board of sample is shown then try various functions such as editing process, reforming an external form of component and so on.


 

Introduction 2 Working Flow

The procedure of creating mount drawing is as follows;

 

The Flow for this application

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Chapter 1 Arrangement Mode

1-1)       Menu Bar - File

New <1>

For a new arrangement select it then a window of Select File appears. (Chapter 3)

Open... <2>

Open the file which has been saved in the menu Save... before and some information.

Save... <3>

Save the edited information to the file.

Print <4>

Select it then a window of print setting appears (Chapter 10)

Exit <5>

Exit from this application.

 

1-2)       Menu Bar - Mode...

Arrangement <1>

The Arrangement here means to sort out the components according to the use such as for mounter, post-mounting, non-mounting and so on, to edit Z-Axis for mounter, work instruction for post-mounting (hand soldering), create an instruction document, create mount drawing, and so on.

Assy <2>

Indicate the position of mounting for each component according to the work instruction of post-mounting (hand soldering). Also, useful for a visual inspection.

 

1-3)       Menu Bar - Setting

Setting <1>

A new window appears. (Chapter 12)

Adjust Silkscreen Position <2>

A new window appears. (Chapter 7)

Adjust Board Picture Position <3>

A new window appears. (Chapter 6)

Form <4>

Component List <5>

A new window appears. (Chapter 4)

Coordinate Data <6>

A new window appears. (Chapter 5)

Library <7>

A new window appears. (Chapter 8)

 

1-4)       Menu Bar - Board Dimension

A new window appears. (Chapter 9)

 

1-5)       Menu Bar - Coordinates

Create Coordinate Data <1>

All coordinate data are created.

Create Coordinate Data by Category <2>

A new window appears (Chapter 11).

 

1-6)       Menu Bar - Version

Term of License Validity <1>

The term of license validity appears.

Acquire License <2>

A new window appears (Chapter 13).

Version <3>

A version appears.

Manual <4>

A manual (this pdf file) is opened.

 

1-7)       Top View - File

[New] <1>

Same as Chapter 1-1.

[Open] <2>

Same as Chapter 1-1.

[Save] <3>

Same as Chapter 1-1.

 

1-8)       Top View - Print

[Do] <1>

Same as Chapter 1-1

 

1-9)       Top View - View

[View Silk]/[Hide Silk] <1>

In case of specifying the gerber data of silkscreen newly the display of silkscreen can be controlled. When this display is [View Silk], the silkscreen appears in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Hide Silk] then the silkscreen in the area of board edit disappears.

 

[View Board Pic]/[Hide Board Pic] <2>

In case of specifying the file of board picture newly the display of board picture can be controlled. When this display is [View Board Pic], the board picture appears in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Hide Board Pic] then the board picture in the area of board edit disappears.

 

(Note) A board picture means scanning real board. The extension of its file is BMP, JPG, GIF and so on.

(Note for scanning a board) The color of the outer margin of the board should be white. If it is not white, the boundary cannot be distinguished.

 

1-10)    Top View - Mode

[Arr.] <1>

Same as the Chapter 1-2.

When the color of this button is green, this mode is active.

[Assy] <2>

Same as the Chapter 1-2.

When the color of this button is green, this mode is active.

 

1-11)    Top View - [View Drawing]/[Hide Drawing]

The display of the general drawing indicates which part of the whole the location of the view in the area of board edit is. When the display of this button is [View Drawing], the window showing the general drawing appears. The display alternately changes between [View Drawing] and [Hide Drawing] each time clicking this button. When the display [Hide Drawing], the window disappears.

 

1-12)    Top View - [Face]/[Back]

When the display of this button is [Face], the face (, front or primary) side is shown in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Back] then the back (, rear or secondary) side is shown in the area of board edit.

 

1-13)    Top View - [View]/[Hide]

(The following view may be changed up to the resolution of display.)

[Mount1] <1>

The color of the components for mounter-1 in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

[Mount2] <2>

The color of the components for mounter-2 in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

[Post M] <3>

The color of the components for post-mounting in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

[NoMnt] <4>

The color of the components for non-mounting in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

[Subcon] <5>

The color of the components for subcontractor in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

[Others] <6>

The color of the components for others in the area of the general drawing is same as the one of this button. To switch between View and Hide can be done by the [View] button.

 

1-14)    Reference number display

The reference number appears when a cursor of mouse is put on the component in the area of board edit or the position of the component is searched by searching function.

 

1-15)    Editing Process

List of Editing Process

[CompName] <1>

Edit the process (category) each component. (when the color of this button is green.) Only one item can be selected among M1(mounter-1), M2 (mounter-2), PM(post-mounting, hand soldering), NM(non-mounting), SC(subcontractor) and OT(others). The comment is in common with same component. (called Component Comment) If the process is different by reference with even same name, there are multiple rows of same name.

[IndivComp] <2>

Edit the process each reference. (when the color of this button is green.)

Only one item can be selected among M1(mounter-1), M2(mounter-2), PM(post-mounting, hand soldering), NM(non-mounting), SC(subcontractor) and OT(others).

One component has one peculiar comment here. (which is called Reference Comment.)

The process of the component can be changed even if same name here. If changed, there are multiple rows of same component name at editing each component name.

[EdtPostM] <3>

A new window is open (Chapter 1-17) then editing post-mounting is available.

[EdtZAxis] <4>

A new window is open (Chapter 1-16) then editing Z-axis is available.

Reference Search <5>

Input the reference number and enter then the corresponded component moves to the center and flash with red circle in the area of board edit. Also in the list of process edit the cell of the corresponded component appears.

List of editing process <6>

Qty (Column of quantity; in case of viewed by Component Name mode);

The necessary quantity of the components is shown when editing each component name. The quantity cannot be changed here.

Ref (Column of Reference; in case of viewed by Individual Component mode)

The reference number is shown when editing each reference. The name cannot be changed here. After clicking the above title, the list is sorted.

Component Name (Column of component name)

The component name is shown. After clicking the above title, the list is sorted.

M1 (Column of mounter-1)

Select the component which is mounted by mounter-1. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

M2 (Column of mounter-1)

Select the component which is mounted by mounter-2. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

PM (Column of post-mounting)

Select the component which is mounted by post-mounting. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

NM (Column of non-mounting)

Select the component which is not mounted. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

SC (Column of subcontractor)

Select the component which is mounted by subcontractor. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

OT (Column of others)

Select the component which is mounted by other ways. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

(Note) Only one item can be selected among the above.

Comment (Column of comment)

The component comment can be entered at editing each component name. The reference comment can be entered at editing each reference.

Face/Back <7>

Display a side of the board; Face, Back or Both on which the component selected among the above list is.

During editing process, the component of which row is found by search function in the area of board edit is displayed with red color.

 

1-16)    Editing Z-Axis

Input the value of z-axis of mounter.

The component selected as mounter 1 or mounter 2 in the process edit is available for setting z-axis.

There are four items; mounter 1 face side, mounter 1 back side, mounter 2 face side and mounter 2 back side.

If no data in each item, the message No data is shown and edition is not available.

If each item has data, input the number of Z-axis. If inputting blank (space) or 0, Z-axis is not available.

 

[Mount1F] <1>

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component mounted on the face side of the mounter-1. The name cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Z-Axis (Column of Z-Axis)

Input the number of Z-Axis in the face side of mounter-1. If inputting blank (space) or 0, Z-axis is not available. If the same component is in the back side of mounting-1, the inputted number is reflected and the color of its background becomes sky blue. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

[Mount1B] <2>

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component mounted on the back side of the mounter-1. The name cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Z-Axis (Column of Z-Axis)

Input the number of Z-Axis in the back side of mounter-1. If inputting blank (space) or 0, Z-axis is not available. If the same component is in the face side of mounting-1, the inputted number is reflected and the color of its background becomes sky blue. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

[Mount2F] <3>

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component mounted on the face side of the mounter-2. The name cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Z-Axis (Column of Z-Axis)

Input the number of Z-Axis in the face side of mounter-2. If inputting blank (space) or 0, Z-axis is not available. If the same component is in the back side of mounting-2, the inputted number is reflected and the color of its background becomes sky blue. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

[Mount2B] <4>

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component mounted on the back side of the mounter-2. The name cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Z-Axis (Column of Z-Axis)

Input the number of Z-Axis in the back side of mounter-2. If inputting blank (space) or Z-axis is not available. If the same component is in the face side of mounting-2, the inputted number is reflected and the color of its background becomes sky blue. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

[Close]

Finish setting z-axis.

 

1-17)    Editing Post-Mounting

Edit the process of post-mounting (hand soldering).

The component which is selected as post-mounting in editing process can be edited here.

Click [EdtPostM] then the window of editing post-mounting appears then work name, work number and comment can be entered in the left list and work procedure and comment can be entered in the right list.

 

Commentary for the left list

The working name can be entered and the work number is given automatically.

The working number can be modified. If there is same work number in the same work name, the existed number is changed to another number.

The work number from No.1 to No.7 can be entered to a work name.

If the same work name is specified to both face and back side, there are distinguished.

One work drawing is created for one work name. (Maximum seven kinds of components can be assigned to one work drawing.)

A Comment can be entered. (Component comment, here)

Select any cell in the list then the outlines of all components which have same work name as one of selected cells row are shown with the color of work number in the area of board edit.

The color of the component with no work number is same as the one of work No.1. In case the component which has been set the work procedure, it is painted out and in case the one which has not, a frame is shown on it.

 

Qty (Column of Quantity)

Display the necessary quantity of the component. It cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component. It cannot be revised. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Work Name (Column of Work Name)

Enter the work name. (the characters ',' and '|' are prohibited.) At most seven component names can be registered as same work name in the same side. Work drawing can be printed for each work name. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

W# (Column of Work Number)

Specify the number from one to seven in the same work name. If entering blank (space) or '0' it is not available. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

FB (Column of face side or back side)

Display the target side of the component; 'F' (face) or 'B' (back). It cannot be revised. In case that the component is for both sides, the component name is shown in two rows for face and back side. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Comment (Column of Comment)

A comment of the component can be entered. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Click a row in the left list then the reference, work procedure and reference comment of such each and every component are shown in the right list.

 

Commentary for the right list

Sort frame

Capable for entering only comment of the component name which is belonged to only one component. (Reference Comment, here)

In case the component name has multiple components, specify the procedure of mounting for each component.

Select a row inside the list then such component is displayed (moved) in the center of the area of board edit with the arrow.

Ref (Column of Reference)

The reference of the component which is selected in the left list. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

P# (Column of Work Procedure)

If the quantity of component is one, one is set automatically. Otherwise enter the number of work procedure and also, the following sort frame appears and the work procedure can be set by each function. Sorting can be done by clicking the above title.

Comment (Column of Comment)

A Reference Comment can be entered.

Sort frame

[X] <1> (X-direction)

Click it then work procedure becomes the turn of coordinates x-axis, the number 1, 2, 3, ... are entered according to the work procedure and the reference is moved.

[Y] <2> (Y-direction)

Click it then work procedure becomes the turn of coordinates y-axis, the number 1, 2, 3, ... are entered according to the work procedure and the reference is moved.

[Ref] <3> (Reference)

Click it then the work procedure becomes references turn.

[Man] <4> (Manual)

Click the button [Man] then the color of the button becomes deep green and the manual window appears below.

Decide the procedure of working manually.

The number in the field of Manual - Proc # is the one of working procedure of the component which is selected in the area of board edit.

[Clear P#] <5> (Clear Procedure number)

Reset all the number of work procedure first. (The frame of the component in the area of board edit is displayed.)

Select the component of which the frame is cleared then the view of the selected component is filled in

This function helps easily to find the position of the component of which work procedure is not determined yet.

[CL] <6> (Close)

Click it then the function of manual is finished.

 

1-18)    Commentary on the area of board edit (Arrangement Mode)

Rotate a wheel of mouse in the area of board edit then the picture is scaled up or down on the center of mouse position.

Move a mouse cursor onto the component then a red chain line along the outline appears.

In such case the reference of the selected component is shown in the area of reference view. If the component has its No.1 mark or + mark, a red chain line appears on the mark at the same time. When the cursor is onto the No.1 mark, + mark or comment (graphic comment), a red chain line appears only on such mark or comment.

 

When the cursor is onto the component, the design of cursor is changed as follows.

Move the cursor with left clicking at normal case (No.1 of the following figure) then the whole picture of the board is moved same as the mouses motion.

1  2  3  4 5  6

In case the design of the cursor is No.3, 4, 5 or 6 (of the above figure), the external form of rectangle can be modified. Move the cursor with left clicking and stop clicking then the revision is done.

In case of No.2 a shape of circle can be modified. Move a cursor with left-clicking and stop left-clicking then the circle size is revised.

Left click when the chain line appears then the relevant component in the list of process edit is selected.

 

Right click when the cursor is onto the chain line along the outline (surrounded area) of component then a menu appears in the area of board edit.

 

The menu has the following items (function).

Deform into Circle or Deform into Rectangle

In case the figure of the outline is angle, the display of menu is Deform into Circle. In case of circle, it is Deform into Rectangle. Execute it then a circle changes to an angle or an angle changes to a circle.

Create Mark '+', Delete Mark '+' or Move Mark '+'

In case a cursor is onto the component with no + mark the function is Create Mark '+', in case with + mark, it is Delete Mark '+' and in case the cursor is onto the + mark it is Move Mark '+'.

Left-click then,

When Create Mark '+', + mark is shown near the cursor and moved along the cursor motion.

Rotating the wheel of mouse makes character + scaled up or down.

Then left clicking makes the execution settled and + fitted on the cursor position. Abort with right clicking.

When Delete Mark '+', x mark is deleted.

When Move Mark '+', + is moved together with the cursor motion and rotating a mouse wheel makes the character scaled up or down. Then left clicking makes the execution settled and fitted on the cursor position.

Abort with right clicking. (It can also be reflected to the same component by setting.)

"Create Mark of No.1 pin", "Delete Mark of No.1 pin" or "Move Mark of No.1 pin"

In case a cursor is onto the component with no + mark the function is Create Mark of No.1 pin, in case with No.1 mark, it is Delete Mark of No.1 pin and in case the cursor is onto the No.1 mark it is Move Mark of No.1 pin.

Left-click then;

When Create Mark of No.1 pin, 1 mark is shown near the cursor and moved along the cursor motion. Rotating the wheel of mouse makes character 1 scaled up or down. Then left-clicking makes the execution settled and 1 fitted on the cursor position. Abort with right clicking.

When Delete Mark of No.1 pin, 1 mark is deleted.

When Move Mark of No.1 pin, 1 is moved together with the cursor motion and rotating a mouse wheel makes the character 1 scaled up or down. Then left-clicking makes the execution settled and 1 fitted on the cursor position. Abort with right-clicking. (It can also be reflected to the same component by setting.)

"Input Comment", "Delete Comment" or "Move Comment"

In case a cursor is onto the component with no graphic comment the function is Input Comment, in case with graphic comment, it is Delete Comment and in case the cursor is onto graphic comment it is Move Comment.

Left-click then;

When Input Comment, input character in a frame for inputting character shown. ("," and "|" are prohibited.) Then clicking [Draw] makes the inputted character displayed near the cursor which can be moved together with the cursor motion. Rotating the wheel of mouse makes the character scaled up or down. Then left-clicking makes the execution settled and the character fitted on the cursor position. Abort with right-clicking.

When Delete Comment, the graphic comment is deleted.

When Move Comment, the graphic comment is moved together with the cursor motion and rotating a mouse wheel makes it scaled up or down. Then left-clicking makes the execution settled and it fitted on the cursor position. Abort with right-clicking.

Register Library

Register the modified data to the library.

Set the size 0603

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 0.3mm * 0.6mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 1005

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 0.5mm * 1.0mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 1608

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 0.8mm * 1.6mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 2125

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 2.1mm * 2.5mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 3216

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 3.2mm * 1.6mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 3225

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 3.2mm * 2.5mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

Set the size 6332

Fix the dimension of the external form of the selected component to be 6.3mm * 3.2mm. Also, the one of the same name component is fixed.

 


 

Chapter 2 Assy Mode

2-1) Menu Bar - File

Open... <1>

Open the file which has saved with Save... function at arrangement mode. Open the file which has assy data at assy mode.

 

2-2) Menu Bar - Mode

Arrangement <1>

The Arrangement here means to sort out the components according to the use such as for mounter, post-mounting, non-mounting and so on, to edit Z-Axis for mounter, work instruction for post-mounting (hand soldering), to create an instruction document, to create mounting drawings, and so on. The availability of this function depends on a kind of license.

Assy <2>

Indicate the position of mounting for each component according to the work instruction of post-mounting (hand soldering). Also, useful for a visual inspection.

 

2-3) Menu Bar - Version

Term of License Validity <1>

The term of license validity appears.

Acquire License <2>

A new window appears (Chapter 13).

Version <3>

A version appears.

Manual <4>

A manual (this pdf file) is opened.

 

2-4) Top View - File

[Open]

Open the file which has been saved in the menu [Save] before and some information.

 

2-5) Top View - Mode

[Arr.] <1>

The Arrangement here means to sort out the components according to the use such as for mounter, post-mounting, non-mounting and so on, to edit Z-Axis for mounter, work instruction for post-mounting (hand soldering), to create an instruction document, to create mounting drawings, and so on. It is active when its button is green. The availability of this function depends on a kind of license.

[Assy] <2>

Indicate the position of mounting for each component according to the work instruction of post-mounting (hand soldering). Also, useful for a visual inspection. It is active when its button is green.

 

2-6) Top View - [View Drawing]/[Hide Drawing]

The display of the general drawing indicates which part of the whole the location of the view in the area of board edit is. When the display of this button is [View Drawing], the window showing the general drawing appears. The display alternately changes between [View Drawing] and [Hide Drawing] each time clicking this button. When the display [Hide Drawing], the window disappears.

 

2-7) Top View - View

[View Silk]/[Hide Silk] <1>

In case of specifying the gerber data of silkscreen newly the display of silkscreen can be controlled. When this display is [View Silk], the silkscreen appears in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Hide Silk] then the silkscreen in the area of board edit disappears.

[View Board Pic]/[Hide Board Pic] <2>

In case of specifying the file of board picture newly the display of board picture can be controlled. When this display is [View Board Pic], the board picture appears in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Hide Board Pic] then the board picture in the area of board edit disappears.

(Note) A board picture means scanning real board. The extension of its file is BMP, JPG, GIF and so on.

(Note for scanning a board) The color of the outer margin of the board should be white. If it is not white, the boundary cannot be distinguished.

 

2-8) Top View - [Face]/[Back]

When the display of this button is [Face], the face (, front or primary) side is shown in the area of board edit. After clicking this button, the display changes to [Back] then the back (, rear or secondary) side is shown in the area of board edit.

 

2-9) Top View - (display)

Select <1>

The color (red) is the one of the selected components. (The Select and View are not buttons and their displays cannot be changed.)

NoSlct <2>

The color (white) is the one of the non-selected components. (The NoSlct and View are not buttons and their displays cannot be changed.)

2-10) Top View - Reference Number Display

The reference number appears when a cursor of mouse is put on the component in the area of board edit or the position of the component is searched by searching function.


 

2-11) Work Procedure

Work Name (Select Work Name)

Select the work name to do then a component list which is lined up along the work procedure is shown in the list.

List

Select the row of component then the selected component is shown in the center of the area of board edit with red color. In such case if the reference comment exists, it is shown on the component of red color in the area of board edit.

Ref (Column of Reference name)

Display the reference name of the component.

Component Name (Column of Component Name)

Display the name of the component.

W# (Column of Work Number)

Display the work number.

P# (Column of Work Procedure)

Display number of the work procedure.

Comment (Column of Comment)

Display the reference comment.

X (Column of Check)

Use it to confirm mounting or check components. Available only at displaying the list.

Each Component (Comment for each component)

Select a row of component in the list then the component comment of selected component is shown.

Face/Back

Display a side of the board; face, back or both on which the component selected among the above list is.

2-12) Commentary on the area of Editing Board (Assy Mode)

Rotate a wheel of mouse in the area of board edit then the picture is scaled up or down on the center of mouse position.

Move a mouse cursor onto the component then a reference of the component is shown in the frame of reference.

Move a mouse cursor with left-clicking then the whole of board drawing is moved along the cursor motion.


Chapter 3 Window for Selecting File

The function of this window is to acquire necessary files for a new setup.

All files except for a format setting file should be in the same folder.

 

3-1)          Compo List (must) (Component List)

Click it then a window of selecting file of components list appears. Select the file of components list. This selection is essential. The form of component list depends on the file of form of component list which appears in pull-down menu. If no understanding of such file, create .csv file such as a sample file in Chapter 14 then select it.

 

3-2)          Coordinate Data

Click it then a window of selecting file of coordinates data appears. Select the file of coordinates data. This selection is essential. The form of coordinate data depends on the file of form of coordinates which appears in pull-down menu. If no understanding of such file, create .csv file such as a sample file in Chapter 14 then select it

 

3-3)          Gerber Silk (Face) (Gerber data of silkscreen on face side)

Select the gerber data file of face side silkscreen. A pattern data can be a substitute for silkscreen data. Although no selection is also acceptable, in such case the outlines of all components become same because the outline of component is created based on this gerber data.

 

3-4)          Gerber Silk (Back) (Gerber data of silkscreen on back side)

Select the gerber data file of back side silkscreen. A pattern data can be a substitute for silkscreen data. Although no selection is also acceptable, in such case the outlines of all components become same because the outline of component is created based on this gerber data.

(Note) A gerber data is created when designing PCB. It may be difficult to get it then no selection is acceptable as mentioned above.

 

3-5)          Board Pic (Face) (Board picture data of face side)

Select the file of board picture of face side.

 

3-6)          Board Pic (Back) (Board picture data of back side)

Select the file of board picture of back side.

(Note) A board picture means scanning real board. The extension of its file is BMP, JPG, GIF and so on.

(Note for scanning a board) The color of the outer margin of the board should be white. If it is not white, the boundary cannot be distinguished.

3-7)          [Open ProjectFile]

Load the project file which has already been saved with [Save ProjectFile].

 

3-8)          [Save ProjectFile]

Save the information which are the files selected with the above (yellow) buttons, format file, board dimension and author into the file of which extension is .esv (automatically).

 

3-9)          [Extract Drawing]

After necessary files are selected, click it on then each data is loaded and display the drawing of mounting after a while. Finally this window of Select File is closed.

 

3-10)       [Make CompoList] (Create component list)

A new window for creating a form of component list appears. See Chapter 4.

 

3-11)       [Make Coordinate] (Create coordinate data)

A new window for creating a form of coordinates appears. See Chapter 5.

 

3-12)       CompoList Form (must)

Select the file of form of component list which has been created by the sequence of setting form of component list. If unknown, select the file of component list mentioned in Chapter 3-1)

 

3-13)       Coordinate Form

Select the file of form of coordinates which has been created by the sequence of setting form of coordinates. If unknown, select the file of coordinate data mentioned in Chapter 3-2)

 

3-14)       Adj Silk Position [X]

Enter the value at a correction of the origin-X between coordinate data and silkscreen data. The coordinate data is base point then add this value to X-coordinate of silkscreen data. If unknown, be as it is then correct in the view of adjusting silkscreen position.

 

3-15)       Adj Silk Position [Y]

Enter the value at a correction of the origin-Y between coordinate data and silkscreen data. The coordinate data is base point then add this value to Y-coordinate of silkscreen data. If unknown, be as it is then correct in the view of adjusting silkscreen position.

 

3-16)       Author

Enter the name of author.

 

3-17)       Board Dimension [X]

Enter an X-dimension of board in millimeters. If no entry, the coordinate data for mounter cannot be corrected at creating itself. If no need to create such data, it is no problem for no entry.

 

3-18)       Board Dimension [Y]

Enter a Y-dimension of board in millimeters. If no entry, the coordinate data for mounter cannot be corrected at creating itself. If no need to create such data, it is no problem for no entry.

 

3-19)       [Extract Sample]

Beginners can use a sample data for their reference. Click it on then the sample data attached in this application is extracted. No need to follow the operation from 3-1) to 3-18).

 

3-20)       [Close]

Close a window.

 


 

Chapter 4 Window for creating a form of component list

Set the format of components list with a wizard. It is set semi-automatically.

The step of the wizard is as follows;

1.     Display the sentence of explanation.

2.     Select and import the file of components list. This application searches the optimal setting value. If the components list has already been inputted in mentioned in Chapter 3, such data is used then no need to select a file here.

3.     Set a starting row from the red column. (In case of Excel file with multiple sheets, it is set to the same number of row in all sheets.)

4.     Confirm the column delimiter. (There is not this setting in case of Excel file imported.)

5.     Set the column of the component name.

6.     Set the column of the reference name. Multiple rows can be selected. If a mistake of selection happens, click the incorrect column again then its column becomes unselected.

7.     Set a reference delimiter. No need to set in case of one reference name in one row. In case that the reference is R1,R2,R8 for example, , should be the setting value then three references (R1, R2 and R8) are extracted to. To check whether reference is extracted correctly, select the row then confirm the left list where one reference is assigned to one row.

8.     Set a consecutive symbol of reference. No need to set in case of no omission. In case that the reference is R1-8 for example, - should be the setting value then five references (R1, R2, R3, R4 and R5) are extracted to. To check whether reference is extracted correctly, select the row then confirm the left list where one reference is assigned to one row.

9.     Set the process category sign. The sign (symbol) is assigned to each mounting process of component at editing process in Excel, etc. ahead of time.

The initial setting is as follows;

M1 = mounter 1, M2 = mounter 2, NT = post-mounting, NM = non-mounting, SC = subcontract, OT = others.

Normally there is not this sign in the component list but it could surely be convenient function.

If this column is unnecessary, click [NoneNext->].

10.  Save the setting value with named. Specifying folder and file extension are added automatically.

(Note 1) The above three symbols should be different each other.

(Note 2) Even in case of tiling (multiple) mounting, set the reference name such as R1_PCB1 which should be same as the one of coordinate data. (The symbol _ here is an example but it should be different from the above three symbol.) When the reference is such as R1_PCB1-R5_PCB1, it can be extracted to R1_PCB1, R2_PCB1, R3_PCB1, R4_PCB1 and R5_PCB1.

Click [Back] then go back to the previous setting.

Click [Abort] then the wizard is cancelled and the setting values are invalid.

Click [Next] then go to the next setting.

4-1)          [Start Set CompoList]

<1> The wizard starts.

 

4-2)          [Imp Form]

<2> Import the format file.

 

4-3)          [Imp C.List]

<3> Import the file of components list.

The contents of list can be confirmed by doing [Imp Form] (4-2) and [Imp C.List] (4-3) without using wizard.

4-4)          Row # of Begin

<4> Display the setting value of starting row. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-5)          Col # of C.Name

<5> Display the number of column where component name is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-6)          DelimiterOfColumn

<6> Display the character of column delimiter. The value cannot be modified here.

(In case of Excel file imported, xls is displayed.)

 

4-7)          Col # of Reference

<7> Display the number of column where reference name is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-8)          Delimiter Of Ref

<8> Display the character of reference delimiter. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-9)          SymOfConsecutive

<9> Display the character of consecutive symbol. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-10)       Col # of Category

<10> Display the number of column where mount category sign is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

4-11)       Frame of Component List

<11> Display the components list according to the setting. Display each extracted reference in one row.

 

4-12)       [Close]

<12> Close the window.

 

4-13)       Wizard of creating a form of component list

The procedure of wizard is as follows,

 

1.    Display the sentence of explanation.

 

2.    Select and import the file of components list. This application searches the optimal setting value.

(Note) If the components list has already been inputted in mentioned in Chapter 3, such data is used then no need to select a file here.

 

3.    Set a starting row from the red column.

 

4.    Confirm the column delimiter.

 

5.    Set the column of the component name.

 

6.    Set the column of the reference name. Multiple rows can be selected.

 

7.    Set a delimiter of reference. (In case of R1,R21,R3 for example, the symbol , should be set as a delimiter.)

 

8.    Set a consecutive symbol of reference. (In case of R1-R5 for example, the symbol - should be set as a consecutive symbol.)

 

9.    Set the process category sign. If this columns is unnecessary, click none, next.

 

10. Save the setting value with named.


 

Chapter 5 Window for creating a form of coordinates

Set the format of coordinates data with a wizard. It is set semi-automatically.

The step of the wizard is as follows;

1.     Display the sentence of explanation.

2.     Select and import the file of coordinates data. This application searches the optimal setting value. If the coordinates data has already been inputted mentioned in Chapter 3, such data is used then no need to select a file here.

3.     Confirm the column delimiter.

4.     Set the column of the reference name.

5.     Set the column of X-coordinate. The data of this column is available for only number.

6.     Set the column of Y-coordinate. The data of this column is available for only number.

7.     Set the column of angle data. The data of this column is available from 0 to 360 degrees.

8.     Set the column of mounting side. The data of this column is available for just two kinds of words.

9.     Specify the word for the face side.

10.  Specify the word for the back side

11.  Specify the scale of X-coordinate, Y-coordinate and angle. In case of [1] the unit is 1mm. In case of [0.1], it is 0.1mm. For example the actual value of X=123 is 123mm in case of [1] and 12.3mm in case of [0.1].

12.  Write the setting value with named. Specifying folder and file extension are added automatically.

(Note 1) Excel file cannot be imported.

(Note 2) The structure of the file content should be that the first line is the title and the second line and after are the data.

 

Click return then go back to the previous setting.

Click abort then the wizard is cancelled and the setting values are invalid.

Click next then go to the next setting.

 

5-1)       [Start Set Coordinate]

<1> The wizard starts.

 

5-2)          [Imp Form]

<2> Import the format file.

 

5-3)          [Imp Coor.]

<3> Import the coordinate file.

The contents of list can be confirmed by doing [Imp Form] (5-2) and [Imp Coor.] (5-3) without using wizard.

 

5-4)          Delimiter Of Col

<4> Display the character of column delimiter. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-5)          Col # of Ref

<5> Display the number of column where reference name is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-6)          Col # of X-Coor.

<6> Display the number of column where X-coordinate is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-7)          Col # of Y-Coor.

<7> Display the number of column where Y-coordinate is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-8)          Col # of Angle

<8> Display the number of column where angle is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-9)          Col # of F/B

<9> Display the number of column where face or back side is set. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-10)       Sym of Face side

<10> Display the symbol to indicate a face side. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-11)       Sym of Back side

<11> Display the symbol to indicate a back side. The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-12)       Scale

<12> Display the value of scale (multiplier). The value cannot be modified here.

 

5-13)       Frame of Coordinate List

<13> Display the list of coordinates according to the setting.

5-14)       [Close]

<14> Close the window.

5-15)       Wizard of creating a form of coordinates

The procedure of wizard is as follows,

1.     Display the sentence of explanation.

 

2.     Select and import the file of coordinates data.

(Note) If the coordinates data has already been inputted mentioned in Chapter 3, such data is used then no need to select a file here.

 

3.     Confirm the column delimiter.

 

4.     Set the column of the reference name.

 

5.     Set the column of X-Coor. (X-coordinate).

 

6.     Set the column of Y-Coor. (Y-coordinate).

 

7.     Set the column of Angle.

 

8.     Set the column of face/back (target side).

 

9.     Specify the character (word) for indicating a face side.

 

10.  Specify the character (word) for indicating a back side.

11.  Specify the scale of X-coordinate, Y-coordinate and angle.

 

12.  Save the format data named.


 

Chapter 6 Window for adjusting the position of board picture

Adjust a gap of position between the board picture data which has been imported and coordinate data or silkscreen data

(Note for scanning a board) The color of the outer margin of the board should be white. If it is not white, the boundary cannot be distinguished.

(Note for spin buttons) In case of pressing the upper of spin button in the above figure, its value goes down. In case of the lower, its goes up.

6-1)          Dimension-X

<1> This setting is same as Chapter 9. Set a dimension of X-direction. Set the values at a new creation or changing a dimension of board. They are not reflected to the values which are assigned by importing with [Save ProjectFile].

 

6-2)          Dimension-Y

<2> This setting is same as Chapter 9. Set a dimension of Y-direction. Set the values at a new creation or changing a dimension of board. They are not reflected to the values which are assigned by importing with [Save ProjectFile].

 

6-3)          Position-X

<3> Adjust an origin of X-direction. The origin of the board picture (file) is at the lower left which is the base point.

 

6-4)          Position-Y

<4> Adjust an origin of Y-direction. The origin of the board picture (file) is at the lower left which is the base point.

 

6-5)          Scale-X

<5> Adjust zooming of X-direction. The base point is at the lower left which means rate of change is bigger gradually towards upper right.

 

6-6)          Scale-Y

<6> Adjust zooming of Y-direction. The base point is at the lower left which means rate of change is bigger gradually towards upper right.

 

6-7)          Angle

<7> Change an angle of tilted picture to be proper position.

 

6-8)          [Rotate]

<8> Rotate the picture. The picture rotates at an angle of 0 degree, 90 degrees, 180 degrees and 270 degrees each time clicking the button.

 

6-9)          [Flip R_L]

<9> Flip horizontally. The picture flips by clicking the button.

 

6-10)       [Color] [B/W]

<10> Change a view mode, color or black-and-white each time clicking the button.

 

6-11)       [Close]

<11> Close the window.


 

Chapter 7 Window for adjusting the position of silkscreen

In case that the origin of silkscreens coordinate is different from the one of coordinate data, it can be used for matching their position.

They are not reflected to the values which are assigned by importing with [Save ProjectFile].

 

7-1)          Position-X

<1> Revise a horizontal direction. Change the value then the silkscreen moves horizontally in the area of board edit.

 

7-2)          Position-Y

<2> Revise a vertical direction. Change the value then the silkscreen moves vertically in the area of board edit.

 

7-3)          [AuChngForm]

<3> Click on after position adjustment is finished then an outline of the component is created newly automatically by calculating with silkscreen data.

(Note) It is not true that outline of all the components can be created. Create the outline manually in case of not created.

 

7-4)          [Flip R_L]/[NoFlip R_L]

<4> Reverse horizontally the silkscreen display of solder side in case that the initial silkscreen data of solder side is reversed.

 

7-5)          [Flip U_D]/[NoFlip U_D]

<5> Reverse vertically the silkscreen display of solder side in case that the initial silkscreen data of solder side is reversed.

 

7-6)          [Close]

<6> Close the window.


 

Chapter 8 Window for library

The library is used in order that at loading new board the outline of component can be set by using existing same component automatically

The external outline which is detected by automatic external outline detector is registered automatically.

Register manually an external outline, No.1 mark and mark + which are edited as necessary.

This function in this window is mainly used for deleting unnecessary libraries because it is registered automatically or manually by another function.

8-1)          Library List

<1> A list of library is displayed. Select a row then the external outline and the No.1 mark or mark + which is registered are shown in the right frame.

 

8-2)          Display of X-dimension

<2> The dimension of X-direction is shown.

 

8-3)          Display of Y-dimension

<3> The dimension of Y-direction is shown.

 

8-4)          Frame of outline display

<4> The outline of component in the library is shown together with No.1 mark and mark +which have been registered.

 

8-5)          [Delete]

<5> Delete the selected library.

 

8-6)          [Delete All]

<6> The following message appears then all libraries are deleted by clicking [Yes].

8-7)          [Close]

<7> Close the window.


 

Chapter 9 Window for board dimension

Initial values are zero (0mm). Set the values at a new creation or changing a dimension of board.

They are not reflected to the values which are assigned by importing with [Save ProjectFile].

 

9-1)          Entry field of X

<1> Set a dimension of X-direction.

 

9-2)          Entry field of Y

<2> Set a dimension of Y-direction.

 

9-3)          [Close]

<3> If there is no value in X-direction or Y-direction, resetting is requested with a message. Close a window if setting done.


 

Chapter 10 Window for printout

 

10-1)       Mount Drawing (Face)

<1> Print out a mount drawing (face side).

The printed colors of components depend on the assignment of mounter 1, mounter 2, post-mounting, non-mounting, subcontract and others.

 

10-2)       Mount Drawing (Back)

<2> Print out a mount drawing (back side).

The printed colors of components depend on the assignment of mounter 1, mounter 2, post-mounting, non-mounting, subcontract and others.

 

10-3)       Work Drawing (select)

<3> Print out the work drawing of post-mounting of which work name is selected. The work drawing of post-mounting is created one by one for each work name edited and is printed out for each work number which has own color.

 

10-4)       All Work Drawings

<4> Print out all the work drawings of post-mounting.

 

10-5)       List of Work Drawing

<5> Select the work name from this pull-down menu subsequently to selecting Work Drawing

 

10-6)       [Print]

<6> Start printing. A window for printout setting is shown.

 

10-7)       [Preview]

<7> Display a window for preview of printout.

 

10-8)       [File]

<8> Create a picture file of BMP, JPG or GIF format. In case of selecting All Work Drawings, create all files named for each file

 

10-9)       [Close]

<9> Close the window.


 

Chapter 11 Window for creating each category files

Select Coordinates (Menu Bar) > Create Coordinate Data by Category then the following window appears. Create mounter data or component file which is selected in each process edited.

 

11-1)       [Coordinates of Mount1]

<1> Click it then the files of mounter coordinate, [(the name of component list)_mounter1face.csv] and [(the name of component list)_mounter1back.csv] are created in the working folder.

 

11-2)       [Coordinates of Mount2]

<2> Click it then the files of mounter coordinate, [(the name of component list)_mounter2face.csv] and [(the name of component list)_ mounter2back.csv] are created in the working folder.

 

11-3)       [Component List of Post M]

<3> Click it then the file of component list, (the name of component list)_compolistpostmount.csv is created in the working folder.

 

11-4)       [Component List of NoMnt.]

<4> Click it then the file of component list, (the name of component list)_compolistnonmount.csv is created in the working folder.

 

11-5)       [Component List of Subcon]

<5> Click it then the file of component list, (the name of component list)_compolistsubcon.csv is created in the working folder.

 

11-6)       [Component List of Others]

<6> Click it then the file of component list, (the name of component list)_compolistother.csv is created in the working folder.

The name of component list means the file name of component list eliminated its extension.

11-7)       [Close]

<7> Close the window.


Chapter 12 Window for setting

Set basic items such as a color of view.

12-1)       Colors Field of setting colors

Set the items related with color mainly.

[Silkscreen] <1>

Specify the color of silkscreen. Click it then a window is opened and change.

[Mounter1] <2>

Specify the color of the components assigned mounter 1. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Mounter1 <3>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Mounter1 <4>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Mounter1 <5>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Mounter1] button.

[Mounter2] <6>

Specify the color of the components assigned mounter 2. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Mounter2 <7>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Mounter2 <8>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Mounter2 <9>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Mounter2] button.

[Post-Mount] <10>

Specify the color of the components assigned post-mounting. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Post-Mount <11>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Post-Mount <12>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Post-Mount <13>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Post-Mount] button.

[Non-Mount] <14>

Specify the color of the components assigned non-mounting. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Non-Mount <15>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Non-Mount <16>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Non-Mount <17>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Non-Mount] button.

[Subcontract] <18>

Specify the color of the components assigned subcontract. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Subcontract <19>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Subcontract <20>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Subcontract <21>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Subcontract] button.

[Others] <22>

Specify the color of the components assigned others. Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Fr]/[Pt] for Others <23>

Each time clicking, the display is changed between [Fr] and [Pt] In case of [Fr] a frame is shown on the component. In case of [Pt] the component is painted out.

Width for Subcontract <24>

It is available when the button is [Fr] Select the width of frame line.

Clear for Subcontract <25>

Set the transparency of the selected color. It can be confirmed to look at the color of [Others] button.

[Work No.1] <26>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.1.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.2] <27>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.2.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.3] <28>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.3.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.4] <29>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.4.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.5] <30>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.5.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.6] <31>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.6.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

[Work No.7] <32>

Specify the color of the components assigned Work No.7.Click it then a window for setting colors is opened and change.

The window for setting colors

 


12-2)       Revise Coordinate of Mounter-1

The origin of the coordinate axes depends on the coordinate data but it is at the lower left by default. If the origin of the mounter is different with the one of this application, use this setting.

Pol of Face-X <1>

Select a polarity of Face-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Face-X <2>

Select an origin of Face-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipRL].

Pol of Face-Y <3>

Select a polarity of Face-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Face-Y <4>

Select an origin of Face-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipUD].

Pol of Back-X <5>

Select a polarity of Back-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Back-X <6>

Select an origin of Back-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipRL].

Pol of Back-Y <7>

Select a polarity of Back-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Back-Y <8>

Select an origin of Back-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipUD].

 


12-3)       Revise Coordinate of Mounter-2

The origin of the coordinate axes depends on the coordinate data but it is at the lower left by default. If the origin of the mounter is different with the one of this application, use this setting

Pol of Face-X <1>

Select a polarity of Face-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Face-X <2>

Select an origin of Face-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipRL].

Pol of Face-Y <3>

Select a polarity of Face-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Face-Y <4>

Select an origin of Face-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipUD].

Pol of Back-X <5>

Select a polarity of Back-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Back-X <6>

Select an origin of Back-X. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipRL].

Pol of Back-Y <7>

Select a polarity of Back-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [+] and [-].

Origin of Back-Y <8>

Select an origin of Back-Y. Each time clicking the display changes between [NoFlip] and [FlipUD].

 


12-4)       Mark of No.1 Pin

Apply SamePart <1>

When the button is [Yes], the mark of No.1 pin is shown at all the components which have same component name assigned the mark of No.1 pin.

When [No], the mark of No.1 pin is shown at only component assigned the mark of No.1 pin.

Character <2>

Set the character which indicates the mark of No.1 pin.

Select among *, O, 0, 1, l and I.

 


12-5)       Mark '+'

Apply SamePart <1>

When the button is [Yes], the mark + is shown at all the components which have same component name assigned mark +.

When [No], the mark + is shown at only component assigned the mark +.

12-6)       Save to Library

Auto Save (A.S.) <2>

When the button is [Yes], the unregistered components which have silkscreen data at new import and figure data are registered.

When [No], it is not registered newly to the library.

A.S. the nearer center-origin <3>

Set [Yes] then if the component which has silkscreen data at new import and figure data is registered is registered to the library, it is compared with the data of library and overwrite the data of the component of which the center is nearer from the origin in the library.

Set [No] then it does not compare the center of component of the library.

12-7)       Auto Save All Condition

Interval <1> - Setting time interval of saving file

Considering a problem with this application, a result of edit can be saved automatically. The file "TempFile.esvedit" is created automatically in the working folder with the interval which can be selected among none, 3 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes and 30 minutes

 

12-8)       Company Name - Entry box of Company Name

<2> The company name is printed.

 

12-9)       [Close]

<3> Close the window.

 

 


 

Chapter 13 Window for license acquisition

The file license_request.dat is created on Desktop with the above window.

Send email with this file to the agency in order to acquire the license.

After receiving email attached with the license, put the licensed file on Desktop.

If this application is executed, exit it and execute again.

If the license is correct, all function can be used correctly.

13-1) [Close]

<1> Close this window.

Chapter 14 Sample file

The following figure is an example result for importing sample component list Esc.EscPartForm which is the initial data.

(Note) The above is shown by opening sample_compolist.csv with Excel.

 

The following figure is an example result for importing sample coordinates data Esc.EscPartForm which is the initial data.

(Note) The above is shown by opening sample_coordinate.csv with Excel.

 

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