Ucamco Releases Integr8tor v2020.08, Introduces UcamX Workflow Edition

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Ucamco is happy and proud to present Integr8tor v2020.08. The newest release comes with a series of significant improvements, including the brand new UcamX Workflow Edition (WE) Graphics Editor.

With this new product, you can:

  • Eliminate duplicate layers from the job stackup
  • Add gold mask or peel-off layers to the job that are not available in the customer archive
  • Merge split layers together (e.g. 1 layer with pads – 1 layer with traces to make for 1 physical copper layer)
  • Read in the odd legacyGerber data set that still comes with old-school aperture lists
  • Examine netcompare errors reported by the AutoReference option
  • Simplify user experience by bringing a series of repetitive edits together in a small script under singleclick button on the customizable toolbar

Integr8tor v2020.08 is now available for download. We recommend that you upgrade to this new version at your earliest possible convenience.  More information is available at Ucamco.com.



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