T-Tech Inc. the manufacturer of the Quick Circuit rapid prototyping system announces CNC2PCB®. The new software application allows you to output your DXF data, Gerber data, or NC Drill data to computer numerical control programs. By following the EIA RS-274 industry standard, the output from CNC2PCB allows you to fabricate your PCB or chassis on your milling center in your mechanical engineering department.
John Taylor, CEO, states “IsoPro’s CNC2PCB software is keeping pace with the future. I have seen my customers struggle with issues of bridging electrical engineering with mechanical engineering. By using the CNC2PCB software, the engineer can save setup time and prototyping cost by supplying the mechanical engineers with not only a PCB rapid prototype but also the programs for the mechanical chassis that fits the PCB. It is critical that my customers create designs without issue, and this is the level of sophistication they have come to expect.” IsoPro CNC2PCB edits and converts Gerber, Excellon Drill, and DXF files for use by the Quick Circuit Prototyping Systems in order to fabricate circuit boards, delrin parts, aluminum chassis and other mechanical components that fit the first time.
IsoPro NOW automatically generates 3D CNC code for controlling your Machining Center!
Contact T-Tech Inc. if you would like to see a live demonstration via internet video.
Quick Circuit has been used by electronic designers for over 27 years. There are at least 8500 systems in use in more than 50 countries. The Quick Circuit creates prototype circuit boards quickly and without caustic chemicals. It is an efficient and inexpensive way to get a circuit prototype in-house within an hour. Additionally, because military users must keep their entire design in-house for security reasons, they rely on Quick Circuit to implement their own designs.
For additional information contact our sales department (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 770-455-0676. T-Tech is located at 6412 Atlantic Blvd. Suite 410 Peachtree Corners, GA., 30071, USA.
For more information visit www.t-tech.com.