FAB 3000 Version 8.4 Released

FAB 3000 Version 8.4 Released

 New Feature

 Improved Feature

 Fixed Feature


  Easily Swap/Flip PCB Layers symmetrically in a Panel or Job, https://support.numericalinnovations.com/support/discussions/topics/14000019599

 3D STEP/STL Export:  Assign Z-Base coordinate values (for all layers). Determines how the Z coordinate is calculated for each layer. https://support.numericalinnovations.com/support/discussions/topics/14000019624

3D STEP/STL Export: PCB with Components option for mechanical purposes (i.e enclosure fit, etc.). 

 3D STEP/STL Export: PCB with Outer Layers for documentation and realistic pcb preview.

 3D STEP/STL Export: Entire Stackup complete representation of any PCB in 3D.

 3D STEP/STL Export: Metal and Dielectric Layers for Thermal/Electromagnetic Solvers and Simulation software.

  Panel Wizard: Finish Panel after Wizard option - automatically completes the entire panel afterwards.

  Properties... Easily modify any Attributes or Properties for any selected objects; and layers.

  AutoLoad (Gerber/Drill) has been improved with new features available, https://support.numericalinnovations.com/support/discussions/topics/14000019607

  3D STEP/STL Export is much faster and includes attributes for Reference Designators, Net names, etc.

  Create FAB Drawing:  Select multiple drill layers in on drawing and now supports Dynamic Text to improve automation.

  IPC-2581 Import and Export have been improved.

  ODB++ Import and Export have been improved.

  NC Drill/Rout Import has been improved. 

  3D STEP/STL Export: Resolved scaling bug.

  Fixed annoying Copy/Paste bug in both Property and Table controls.

  NC Drill Export. Fixed bug during slot export modulation.

  NC Drill Import. Fixed invalid tool size when no decimal present in the header.

  DFM Check "Drill Spacing" now functions correctly.

  40 other minor bug fixes and GUI improvements have been made.

LINUX NOTE: A new FAB 3000 Linux build for the latest distros will be available within a few weeks or less.  We sincerely appreciate Linux users for their patience!