CAMX

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Computer Aided Manufacturing using XML (CAMX) is a set of communications standards used to exchange data among manufacturing equipment and applications on the electronics manufacturing floor. CAMX defines both XML messages for encapsulating data as well as a protocol for exchanging those messages.

CAMX Standards[edit]

Standard Brief Description Formal Name
IPC-2501 The Protocol to Exchange Messages Definition for Web-Based Exchange of XML Data
IPC-2541 Basic Messages Generic Requirements for Electronics Manufacturing Shop-Floor Equipment Communication Messages (CAMX)
IPC-2546 Machine Specific Messages Sectional Requirements for Shop-Floor Equipment Communication Messages (CAMX) for Printed Circuit Board Assembly
IPC-2547 Test, Inspection and Rework Messages Sectional Requirements for Shop-Floor Equipment Communication Messages (CAMX) for Printed Circuit Board Test, Inspection and Rework

Technologies[edit]

HTTP, Hypertext Transfer Protocol
MIME, Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
SOAP, Simple Object Access Protocol
XML, Extensible Markup Language

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