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Listed below are examples of the required fields on the files that we will need from you:

  • Bill of materials (BOM) in CSV (or Excel).
  • Copper, silkscreen, and solder paste layer gerbers in RS274X format.
  • XYRS data file (Pick-n-place, component locator, or X, Y, rotation, side data – Centroid of parts)

We use custom software routines to read data from most CAD programs. However, normal usage has this data in a spreadsheet or a single line textual format.

1) Your BOM needs to provide the information in a machine-readable format. The following is a XLS example which would work for us:

  • Reference Designator(s): C1C4-C6C10-1416
  • Value: .1uF 50V
  • Description: High freq NPO
  • Digikey Part Number (or MFG PN): Capxxxx-ND
  • Decal/package (Optional): 0805

2) Gerber layers: For any side with SMT parts we need three layers: copper, paste, and silk.

  • Copper layer for scaling
  • Paste for stencil (note: not solder stop or solder mask)
  • Silk verification of the polarity of diodes caps and ICs.

3) The XYRS information would be based on component centroid (or Pin1) and used by our pick-n-place machine. This information allows us to perform a quick and near perfect placement of our SMT components.

Although a CSV/XLS format is suggested for this information, we understand that various CAD programs will generate this in a ‘text’ format that is ‘standard’ (for a given CAD system). Some custom formats that we currently support include: PADs ASCII, Orcad Insert, and Eagle MNT.

The following is a usable example:

  • Reference Designator(s): C1
  • X: 1.550 mil
  • Y:  2.634 mil
  • Rotation: 90
  • Side: TOP
  • (Preferred) Decal/package: 0805

Note: A standard reference designator format is requested in order to work well with our input routines.

This format is comprised of letters followed by numbers. “CCCC####” (Examples: R1, Res0001, R9999, RArr0001)