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I'm in the market for a HIGH end BGA rework machine, any recommendations?

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 23 09:47:02 EST 2018 | dleeper

I've used VJ Electronics Summit series of rework machine. I liked the programing interface. You can used canned scripts for basic removal/replacement processes or you edit/write your own if you want a customized work flow. The machines are very ope

Bench Top Convection Oven to Reball BGAs

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 12 12:59:06 EDT 2000 | jackofalltrades

Does anyone know of a manufacturer of a Small Bench Top Convection Oven that could be used to reball BGAs? Right now we use Winslow Preforms and an Air-Vac DRS24 or our reflow ovens, but this ties them up too much and I'd like to keep reballing seper

BGA Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 24 20:06:44 EDT 2001 | davef

Consider being surprised if equivalent machines are less expensive. Air-Vac Engineering and Conceptronics make excellent machines. Alternatives are: * Buy a used or demo SRT-1100. * Buy a SRT-1000. * Buy a machine that you can afford, and figure-ou

Re: x-ray systems

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 06 17:50:08 EST 2000 | Jeff Ferry

Greg, Check out Circuit Technology Center in Haverhill MA. We have 3 Air Vac BGA Rework systems and 1 Nicolet X-ray system. We offer either\or BGA rework services and X-Ray services. You can get a little more info at http://www.circuitnet.com/cat

Re: Anyone know a independent PCB inspection of BGA (X-Ray).

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 15 02:33:37 EDT 1999 | jeff ferry

Anyone know a independent PCB inspection of BGA (X-Ray). We have several test boards that need BGA inspection. One more source. Circuit Technology Center. Both X-ray services on Nicolet X-ray systemm and BGA rework on Air-Vac and OK Internation

Re: Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 13 00:38:06 EST 1999 | Chris G.

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 Another for your list. Gener

Re: Selective Soldering

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 18:54:21 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee

Gentlemen, Can anyone provide information on selective soldering systems that compete with Ersa's VersaFlow? Does anyone have experience with this machine or other machines of this nature? My company is considering acquiring to increase techn

BGA void removal

Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 10 16:13:01 EDT 2002 | slthomas

"Do you work for Air-Vac or what?" My question as well. If so, it is my opinion that there is a need for some house cleaning, because dissing a competitor's product on this forum is gutter-dweller tactics. If not, can you (AJ, not Russ) provide so

Rework Station

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 18:19:51 EST 2003 | babe

The Ersa system is fine however there are thermocoupling problems and the service from Ersa has been very poor of late. The Metcal won't handle larger boards and the heating is inconsistent.Especially with BGA components. We see this via inspection

How to add thru hole to SMT line

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 21 09:01:38 EDT 2003 | russ

Wave solder - Initially high cost but after that it is relatively cheap. Selective soldering with a solder pot such as the Air-Vac PCBRM models - Much lower cost than wave but if you get the right nozzles it is a great process. Solder preforms - s

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