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Gerber X2: the new paradigm in CAD-to-CAM communication

Press Release from Ucamco

Ucamco presents X2, its ground-breaking second extension for the Gerber format. The Gerber X2 specification gives the PCB industry its first Gerber standard for image meta-information, with clear, unequivocal information that further clarifies the CAD-to-CAM communication process.
The Gerber X2 File Specification and a sample archive are available on our downloads page.

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Standard Gerber declared obsolete

Open Letter to the Gerber User Community

Please use Extended Gerber for all your operations.
Standard Gerber is technically obsolete.  If you are still using it, you are putting your business and that of your clients and business partners at a useless risk, without benefit.

 

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Karel Tavernier introduces Gerber X2

Paneldiscussion about File Transfer Formats at APEX Expo 2014

Karel Tavernier explains why Gerber X2 combined with IPC-2581 is to be preferred over ODB++

Moderator: Ben Jordan, Customer Success Mgr. for Altium
Panel: Karel Tavernier, Managing Director for Ucamco; Dave Wiens, Business Development Mgr. for Mentor Graphics; Hemant Shaw, Product Marketing Dir. for Cadence Design Systems

Link: http://realtimewith.com/pages/show.cgi?rtwsid=76&rtwvid=3403&c=0

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Gerber's new attributes set to transform CAD-to-CAM communication

Press Release from Ucamco

Ucamco is delighted to present its ground-breaking second extension for the Gerber format. This offers an unequivocal standard for non-image data that is just as simple, practical and universally accessible as the well-known Gerber image data format it now supports.

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Painting Pads - The scourge of CAD-to-CAM communication

Article by Karel Tavernier, published in the November issue of The PCB Magazine

Often called the “backbone of the electronics industry,” the gerber format is the ea­siest and most reliable image data transfer format available to PCB designers and engineers. unfortu­nately, this format is often used incorrectly, inclu­ding one practice that PCB designers should cease immediately: painting pads and areas.

Read the full article in pdf format

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