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more of a partner instead of a dis- tributor, due to its close involve- ment in the process development and machine hardware/software optimization and design. Air-Vac provides assistance


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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Gerber Job Editor, Ucamco’s software that allows designers to create and edit job files that provide all essential PCB production data, has been significantly improved. The tool now accepts notes in Chi- nese — a huge milestone in the evolution of Gerber Job Editor. On top of the notes in Chi-


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