Electronics Forum: air-vac (Page 4 of 20)

BGA void removal

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 08 18:54:04 EDT 2002 | BobbyB

Hey Russell. The boys at Air-Vac Engineering can help you solve your problem. Are you using an DRS system. If not, you are probably out of luck and should scrap the boards. Cheers!

Rework Station

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 09 12:21:13 EST 2003 | Yannick

Hello, We are in the process to buy a nw rework station I would lke to have your comment on the following rework. Ir550 form Ersa BGA-3591 form Metcal DSR22 ou 24 from Air-vac Thank You

Rework Station

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 13 13:58:51 EST 2003 | cnoonan

I know this was not on your list but have you looked at SRT? That is where I would go... I have used AirVac, Ersa, Metcal, Conceptronics and SRT SRT is is the Best from where I stand, Good Luck...

Rework Station

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 14 11:34:44 EST 2003 | jsherrow

I have an AirVac DRS24 and older Ersa IR station. Happy with the DRS. Can't speal for SRT had a hard time setting up a demo with the rep.

equipment purchase

Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 14 09:46:41 EDT 2003 | russ

I would try Air-Vac, They have excellent SMT and Through hole rework equipment. Don't know what "affordable" means in your case. Russ

equipment purchase

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 16 09:02:24 EDT 2003 | davem

I'd have to agree with Russ. Air Vac and SRT are probably 1 and 1A respectively in the rework equipment area. Both have good to excellent reputations, Good luck.

Air-Vac DRS24

Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 15 16:56:55 EDT 2005 | GS

It seams differences should be: - C has embedded Control and SW,more compact. - the 24 has the external PC with all the profile date and control. I heard that 24C his less flxible and friendly to use then 24.(Not sure) Mechanically they should be

Need a table top mini wave

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 24 18:00:53 EST 2005 | russ

I would take a look at Air-Vac PCBRM models, I think they may be what you are looking for.

Need a table top mini wave

Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 25 09:11:17 EST 2005 | russ

A long time ago I used to have one of these machines that was very simple (no ramp control, etc... like the Air-Vac) and it was made by electrovert which is now speedline, I don't know if this is still in production however. You may want to try anyw

Need a table top mini wave

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 29 08:06:21 EST 2005 | pjc

Here are two others to look at besides Air-Vac: http://www.speedlinetech.com/electrovert/soldapak.aspx http://www.wenesco.com/electronics.htm#electronicstop

air-vac searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information