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PCB cutting test for iModela

by mah_digilife, published

PCB cutting test for iModela by mah_digilife Dec 18, 2011

Description

This is PCB cutting test for iModela.
This is the pattern for the 32pin IC(e.g. ATmega328) to convert from 0.8mm to 25.4mm pitch.
(However, this is not practical.)

The width of the pattern (on the data) is min 0.3mm.
Between the pattern and the pattern is min 0.5mm.
I used a PCB milling software "WINSTER PCB for iModela"
a-t.co.jp/winstarpcb_imode.html

Gerver data were created using PCBE.
vector.co.jp/soft/winnt/business/se056371.html



"iModela" is the 3D cutting machine manufactured by Roland DG.
This machine can cut the size of 86x55x26mm.
This can move the cutter 0.01mm intervals.
icreate.rolanddg.com/iModela/Global/English/index.html/

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Hi,

I bought this Roland DG Web site in Japan.

http://icreate.rolanddg.com/iM...

I asked Roland. They say...
Sales outside of Japan is likely that a little later.
When it is sold, please contact the following sites.
http://www.rolanddga.com/compa...

where did you buy the I modela from?

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Instructions

I used a 15deg conical cutter and WINSTAR PCB for iModela.
Digging depth is 0.2mm.
The journey takes less than 60min.

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punkysfan on Dec 27, 2011 said:

where did you buy the I modela from?

mah_digilife on Dec 27, 2011 said:

Hi,

I bought this Roland DG Web site in Japan.

http://icreate.rolanddg.com/iM...

I asked Roland. They say...
Sales outside of Japan is likely that a little later.
When it is sold, please contact the following sites.
http://www.rolanddga.com/compa...

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