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BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 24 15:24:30 EST 2006 | russ

Have been quite happy overall with Winslows preforms.

BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 24 15:21:48 EST 2006 | billyd

Hi all. I'm about to invest in a BGA reballing kit, and was wondering if I could get some endorsments or at least some product reviews from any of you who may be now, or have in the past, used any of the kits out there. I'm looking to combine ease of

BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 25 09:43:09 EST 2006 | billyd

Thanks Russ. I was pretty sure I'd be ending up going with that, since it seems to be a pretty popular kit, overall in the industry. Thanks again.

BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 25 13:38:58 EST 2006 | mrduckmann2000

I have used Winslow preforms several times.....sometimes with great results and others with not so good. It just depends on the BGA. I have a custom ASIC that will not re-ball, Winslow has even had trouble re-balling them. I would suggest using an

BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 25 17:12:41 EST 2006 | adrian_nishimoto

Billy, I think the most versatile kit out there is the RB-2000 system from Mini Micro Stencil. We have not run into a part yet that we could not reball, even ones with a raised encapsulated center. They even make custom screens that match the compo

BGA reballing kit

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 26 06:43:53 EST 2006 | billyd

Thanks guys. I laid out he $250 for the Winslow. We don't do a very large amount of it here at all, so with any luck this'll provide us with what we need. Going forward, should we need something more versatile, I'll probably purchase the Mini-micro


Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 15:16:12 EST 2004 | drewhmi

A small benchtop system uses a mask, tooled for your part, to arrange the solder spheres onto the BGA, after it has had the excess solder heat-vacuumed off and a new layer of flux applied. The spheres are poured into the cavity, excess decanted off.


Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 12 20:43:39 EST 2004 | Al

who has the step by step how to reball a Ceramic BGA this is a CBGA 50 mil pitch 29 by 29 mm size


Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 13 16:07:07 EST 2004 | angiewest

Have you looked at solderquik? Winslow Automation sells them. I've had good luck with them. They are bga preforms with the balls on a water soluble paper.


Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 12 23:50:08 EST 2004 | Dean

High temp balls (spheres for you PC types) They are non-eutectic balls. Do you have a reballer or stencil setup? If one device...may not be cost effective, but if many you can usually send back the the IC house for re-ball. There are only a handf

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