Ucamco Upgrades Reference Gerber Viewer

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Ucamco has released version 1.5 of its online Reference Gerber Viewer. It brings the following new features:

  • Multilayer support
    • Multiple files can be visualized simultaneously
      (important when viewing files in PCB fabrication data)
  • Improved security
    • HTTPS protocol
    • Cleanup of inactive server sessions
    • Automatic logout after inactivity
    • Uploaded Gerber files are deleted after session termination
  • Support for the new block nesting commands (AB, LM, LR, LS)
  • Miscellaneous
    • Support for all file extensions.
    • Error message when the uploaded files contain non-Gerber files
    • Improved stability
    • Some bug fixes

The Reference Gerber Viewer is  available here.

About Ucamco

Ucamco (formerly Barco ETS) is a market leader in PCB CAM software, photoplotting and direct imaging systems, with a global network of sales and support centers. Headquartered in Ghent, Belgium, Ucamco has over 25 years of ongoing experience in developing and supporting leading-edge photoplotters and front-end tooling solutions for the global PCB industry. Key to this success is the company's uncompromising pursuit of engineering excellence in all its products. Ucamco also owns the IP rights on the Gerber File Format through its acquisition of Gerber Systems Corp. (1998).



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