Frontline PCB Solutions' InCAM Software Reaches a Record 1,500 Seats


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Frontline PCB Solutions announced at the TPCA show that its InCAM preproduction CAM solution has achieved a record number of 1,500 seats worldwide. InCAM is now deployed at over 330 sites — over 60 relying exclusively on InCAM — and has thousands of certified operators using InCAM software to produce the majority of advanced designs powering mobile devices today.

“InCAM delivers tangible benefits which explain its success,” said Yovav Sameah, president, Frontline. “Most of the world’s advanced fabricators already rely on InCAM’s high-precision CAM tooling and advanced data integrity for robust production across all PCB industry segments. The launch of InCAM Flex in 2016 significantly expanded InCAM’s capabilities and penetration, and Frontline’s partnership with Mentor ensures compliance with the ODB++ data format. Frontline has pioneered innovative CAM solutions for over twenty years and remains focused on meeting the challenges of this fast-moving industry. “

About InCAM

InCAM is a comprehensive CAM system deployed at the majority of the world’s advanced fabricators, powering PCB production across all PCB industry segments – from simple to complex MLBs through HDI, IC substrates, rigid-flex and flex PCB manufacturers. Fully ODB++ compliant, InCAM supports the latest versions of the PCB industry’s standard data format. InCAM combines editing and analysis with automatic design-for-manufacture optimization to perform fast high-precision CAM tooling – helping manufacturers achieve lasting profitability and a competitive edge. InCAM expands yield growth by enabling operators to multi-task and run processes in the background using the computer's multi-core CPU capabilities. Cycle time is shortened as colleagues collaborate on jobs in a data-secure environment. InCAM delivers advanced data integrity and fault indication by allowing interactive post processing on selected DFM results. InCAM operators enjoy a streamlined user interface and easy-to-use tools. In addition, backwards compatibility with Genesis 2000, for both data and automation, drives productivity even further.

About Orbotech Ltd.

Orbotech Ltd. is a global innovator of enabling technologies used in the manufacture of the world’s most sophisticated consumer and industrial products throughout the electronics and adjacent industries. The Company is a leading provider of yield enhancement and production solutions for electronics reading, writing and connecting, used by manufacturers of printed circuit boards, flat panel displays, advanced packaging, micro-electro-mechanical systems and other electronic components. Virtually every electronic device is produced using Orbotech technology. For more information click here.

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