Now that both sides of Glasgow are programmed I can run the PnP table top optimizer. It places all the necessary feeders so that the parts with the highest placement count are closest to the board. This saves on the nozzle travel time. Glasgow has a lot of unique parts!
Now that the program is loaded from the usb stick onto the machine I need to teach it the real fiducial model. @marcan chose 0.75mm fiducials. Slightly smaller than my 1mm default. But it seems to be no problem at all! :)
Ready for the second round/side assembly of the Glasgow digital protocol explorer revC1! This side is bit more complicated, calling in the help of the Interactive HTML BOM! :D https://github.com/openscopeproject/InteractiveHtmlBom
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