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Re: Reworking PCB Bottomside Parts with Adhesive

Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 10 11:12:43 EDT 2000 | derron

We have just been using a pair of hot tweezers from either pace or ersa. We are in the process of switching to the metcal brand. they seem to be the best out there.

Multiple Resistor Rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 30 09:17:28 EDT 2010 | sreid

Yes we have a set Hot-Tweezers. I should have stated above that all of the resistors have been removed already and the new parts are being soldered on. I was just looking for a quicker method of rework. But thanks for the ideas.

Multiple Resistor Rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 30 08:57:54 EDT 2010 | stevezeva

Hi Stephen, Once they've been soldered down, you're stuck with doing touch labor on each and every one. But you might be suprised how quickly this can be done with the right tools. Are they all the same value resistor? If so, that should make things

Removal of Hot Metal Shield for Rework

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 14 05:23:43 EST 2001 | Bach Huss

Hi, I was wondering what tool there is in the market for shield removal. We are heating up the shield with a hot gun, and using a tweezer to remove the shield, I have a concern that this might have high posiibility that the components under the shie

Soldering Test Interview

Electronics Forum | Wed May 04 10:27:33 EDT 2005 | nice90

Or you can use the Hot Air (Hakko) to remove that component and a tweezer to pull it. dont pull it just yet. If you see the solder melting then feel the component using the tweezer by wiggling it a bit and if you can wiggle it only then you can pull

Weller Desoldering Tweezers

Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 01 10:12:36 EDT 2007 | russ

use some mineral oil on the threads, and take the screws out hot if you can Russ

Please HELP! Need to purchase a few machines

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 01 02:32:31 EST 2019 | robl

It's nice to be able to do things in house, and it's good to have somewhere without commercial pressures to learn and make mistakes, so I can understand where you are trying to go. Those machines look a little lightweight for consistent quality pr

Grainy soler

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 17:55:39 EST 2002 | robertorre

Your problem may be related to different aspects. 1. Oxidation on landing pads. 2. Either high(To long over liquidous temp) or low temp. 3. Bad solder (not enough vehicles) Run this test: Set a hot plate to 220 degrees C. Make sure you have proper ve

Re: SMT adhesive recomendation

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 06 07:30:46 EDT 2000 | John

Ralph, Typically our co-op students put down solder paste with a syringe, place the parts on the paste with tweezers, and then reflow the paste with a hot air pencil. This works pretty well when they are hand building prototypes. You can probably

Touch up on 0603 Chips ( Ceramic caps)

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 31 14:08:26 EST 2000 | Ashok Dhawan

I have got a number of assemblies back from a customer with feedback that the solder fillet is less than 25% of chip height per IPC-Standard-610B Class 2. Most of my joints are having good wetting but fillet height does not meet min ht requirement of

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