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BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 13:12:07 EST 2002 | bcceng

Maxtim, the rework stations you mentioned are the lower end low cost units, all great machines. Now days you can get a real deal in the used market on the top of the line models offered in rework stations. There are three rework station that I consid

BGA rework systems

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 12:16:03 EST 2002 | Dragonslayr

I have conducted 2 BGA rework studies over the last 3 years or so. Each time I came to Air-Vac as the prefered machine. I looked at all the models mentioned in the other posts here plus a few more. As a final step in the study I took the actual oper

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 05 20:31:39 EST 2013 | hegemon

Air Vac DRS25. Hands down the best rework EQ. (my humble opinion, based on my own experience with rework EQ going back 15 years +) Right in your budget. Complete capability for rework. SMD, BGA, POP. Full profiling capability. Massive bottom heati

Rework Station for Large PCBs

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 23 08:52:20 EDT 2018 | mgerrior

Hey Everyone, looking to purchase a new rework station to support large PCBs. Currently up to a maximum of ~ 21" x 18". Does anyone have experience with any of the following equipment or can recommend from other manufacturers? - VJ: Summit 2200

Re: Why would I want to use photonic soldering for my rework applications?

Electronics Forum | Mon Sep 18 17:55:55 EDT 2000 | Dave F

Reworking BGA with hot air systems (ie, AirVac, SRT) is fairly complicated and requires fairly rigorous process control. Please compare and contrast BGA rework using hot air and your laser based system.

Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 09 12:12:21 EST 1999 | Jim Schultz

I need leads on equipment vendors for selective soldering systems. I have information about ERSA and Seho already. I want to contact Air Vac in particular, but I can't find thier phone number. Thanks for the help

Re: PBGas REWORK

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 24 16:22:27 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee

Anyone have ideas what rework equipment to use for PBGas and what places to go for training?. any advice is appreciated. thank you. Carmen. What's your budget? $60K

Re: BGA Rework

Electronics Forum | Fri Jan 23 15:18:57 EST 1998 | Bill Shamieh

Sherry, We just finished our evaluation on BGA rework/assembly stations for low volume application. We checked out all the major players and settled on AirVac. Email me if you want details of our study. Bill

To remove an AMP Mictor Connector

Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 14 10:07:49 EST 2001 | bartron

Air-Vac Engineering has nozzles for Mictor Connectors that work with their rework systems. They make removal and replacement of the connectors a snap.

Solder Tip Shroud

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 17 13:37:25 EDT 2002 | ksfacinelli

We have an Air-Vac in-house I will take a look at but we need to get down about 3/4" with about 1/2 inch clearance.


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