MYdata TPsys CAD converter



The "MYdata TPsys CAD converter" is a small universal program which read the pick and place export data of the most pcb design softwares out there, and converts them to a machine readable MYdata TPsys ".pcb" file, so that the smt machine is programmed quickly and you can save a lot of time and money.


screenshot(screenshot Version:0.07-51-2014)

It is simply straight forward and allows an import to a MYdata TPsys system in just 5 steps.

1. open your file wich contains the XY placment data.

2. Name the Layout and set up to 3 reference points.

3. Fill in your import settings

4. Export the mounting data

5. Import it on your machine

And then follow the instructions on your machine.


- Importing nearly any XY placement data from your CAD programm and convert it to a MYdata TPSYS readable format.
- A editable preview table of the imported data
- SAVE and LOAD import parameters
- mirroring X and Y axis for a placing components on the bottom side of a pcb.
- Graphical preview of the mounting data which displays the position of the components and their  angles.
- NEW! Search and Replace components in your assembling list with components from your machine!
- A help button which leads to a small tutorial on my website

a Windows based computer
.NET Framework

The Programm is tested with:

Windows 7 and .NET Framework

TPSYS 2.9.20 (on a MY100LXE Hydra)
TPSYS 2.4.6b (on a MY12 Hydra)
TPSYS 2.4.2 (on a TP9-UFP)
and should work with all versions between.



I wrote a little help, you can find it here.


You can it download here:




 For more information or a full version of the converter please leave a comment, or contact me via mail r-tec(at)rohrhofer[dot]org.





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0 #3 Super User - nightflyer502 2016-10-18 05:37
zitiere Keith Rhodes:
A few questions:

how large of a pcb file can your conversion handle?

how much do you charge for the full version?

I think the size of a pcb is only limited through the pysical limits of the Mydata Pic&Place machine. It is definitly not limited in my software.

For further questions please contact me via mail: hannes(at)rohrh ofer(.)org Thank you

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