Thank you for this information. It has been logged on our system to be considered for a later release.
Posted - 08 Nov 2019 : 07:30:17 At present we have only one PCB fabricator who indicates that they accept IPC-2581. The main purpose I have for this output is to import it into the free version of Mentor Graphics Hyperlynx for some extra DfM checks on a small number of boards.
I note this morning that Ucamco are proposing adding two new Gerber layers to describe component assembly data for the top and bottom sides of a board in the next version of Gerber: Gerber X3.
Posted - 04 Nov 2019 : 10:22:18 [quote]Originally posted by feynman
Pulsonix help states that "Pulsonix currently outputs IPC-2581A format."?
Pulsonix currently only supports IPC-2581A. We are looking into the possibility of adding a enhanced function to export IPC-2581B in a later release.
Posted - 02 Nov 2019 : 13:18:48 Pulsonix help states that "Pulsonix currently outputs IPC-2581A format."?
Posted - 27 Sep 2016 : 09:44:50 The inference is in this line "More information about the above can found in the IPC document IPC-2581B.pdf"
Posted - 26 Sep 2016 : 16:57:07 Well, unfortunately I couldn't find mention of Rev B in the help. Besides generated xml file doesn't contain revision definition in its header so I'm not sure what version of IPC-2581 is used by Pulsonix export.