The New Standard in Pick-and-Place Operation Software
ePlace is a newly designed software based on the Essemtec software architecture “eez-Technology”.
- Fingertip operation
- Easy to use
- Universal CAD input
- Zoom of camera windows
ePlace Simplifies Complexity
ePlace defines a new standard of a user-friendly software for the operation of a complex machine. The software is graphically intuitive, features multi-language support and makes complex things easy to understand.
- Intuitive Operation
- Graphical real-time display
- Multi-language support
- Tool tips and context-sensitive help
- Unlimited zooming function
- Optimized display for reduced scrolling and clicking
- Integrated training lessons
- Intelligent searching functions
- Automatic entry completion
- Soft links and memorizing functions
- User management and rights system
- Job and quality management system
- Component management and setup optimization
ePlace has been developed using the most modern .net technologies. The software is optimized for touch-screen operation respeciting the SEMI-Standards for filter functions and scrolling avoidance. ePlace also supports the operator with unlimitted zooming functions.
The Paraquda and Cobra are the first machines equiped with ePlace. It features a 19" wide touch screen which can be adjusted in height and angle for ergonomic operation.
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Easy operation of complex machines
ePlace makes controlling a complex machine an easy task. Because not every operator speaks English and a staff with language skills is expensive, the software uses graphical representations to create clarity, and when text is unavoidable, the support for multiple languages is prepared. Education lessons are integrated as well, allowing new staff to be trained quickly.
Avoiding setup and placement errors
ePlace is based on a job management with archiving system on which other functions build up, such as a job planning module, a setup optimization routine, a setup list generator, component storage management and more. For feeder setup and retrofitting, a bar code reader is used, which is the safest and fastest way to assign a component to a feeder. Setup errors are excluded and the stock of available components is updated automatically.