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BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 16 15:29:30 EDT 2001 | steven

When Air-Vac introduced an IR system at a show in San Jose, people though it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. For obvious reasons they discontinued the short life of the IR systems and implemented hot air into their rework stations. Sales

SMT rework station

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 19 11:32:46 EST 1997 | Kris Ganev

Can anybody give me feed back on the pro and cons of using Pace, OK, Hakko, Metcal, etc... equipment in their rework processes? I need to set up a low volume rework station for mixed technology boards. Would appreciate any suggestions.

Re: SMT rework station

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 29 09:37:25 EST 1997 | Craig Wilmer

Can anybody give me feed back on the pro and cons of using Pace, OK, Hakko, Metcal, etc... Kris, Pace is going to be your best bet when it comes to productivity. I used to do rework and repair for Compaq and all of the PCA lines in their manufa

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 16 04:54:44 EDT 2001 | mugen

METCAL has a good unit, for BGA rework, and it uses Hot Air Reflow (convection). The pros and cons of Hot Air Vs IR, you can find easily ard u... em are ageless topics, happy debating. hint : good reasons why SMT Reflow Ovens, were IR switched to

Re: SMT rework station

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 24 22:46:58 EST 1997 | Scott McKee

Can anybody give me feed back on the pro and cons of using Pace, OK, Hakko, Metcal, etc... equipment in their rework processes? I need to set up a low volume rework station for mixed technology boards. Would appreciate any suggestions. I

Need a good rework station for connectors

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 17 09:38:56 EST 2007 | dborgelt

We have an outdated Metcal rework station and are thinking about purchasing a new one. We need something that has heat profile capability. We don't really need anything automated, just something that's affordable, durable, and gets the job done. Does

Rework station

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 10 13:04:10 EST 2004 | jpa

I need to purchase a rework tool mainly for QFP's including 30mm x 30mm. I was looking at a Metcal QX2 and a Pace TF200. I would welcome any comments on these two products or any other suggestions. Also, is a preheater necessary?

Rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 11 11:34:09 EST 2004 | babe

The Metcal will run you around $5,000.00. The Pace is over $6,000.00. Check out Hakko model 852/853 for under $2,000.00 If your in the NewEngland area call us we sell them also.

Re: looking for bga rework station

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 10 10:01:43 EDT 1999 | Jeff Price

I am looking for a BGA rework/placement system and would like any experience that you have had. I am looking for a system that is reasonable for the placment, removing and re-balling thank you -I have had wonderful results with

BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 20:58:30 EDT 2001 | davef

ERSA and PDR Xytronic both make very respectable lower priced rework equipment.

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