Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 11 23:20:44 EDT 2002 | scottefiske
Profiles are absolutely the first course of action to validate. A few additional questions would be: * Moisture can cause warping as well, verify the manufacturers recommended handling procedures were followed. * Where is the suspect BGA located
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
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 19 08:44:05 EST 2000 | Rob Douglass
I would like to hear any feedback (good or bad) about the OK Industries BGA-2000 Series BGA and Fine Pitch Rework System. I was not part of the selection process for this machine and my initial opinion is that this unit may be "under-powered". Loo
Electronics Forum | Sun Jan 09 07:10:13 EST 2011 | darlur
Hello, I got a little problem. I didn't use my OK BGA 2000 for a quite long time and I lost the software for it. Does anyone know where can I get it?
Electronics Forum | Sun May 15 12:01:05 EDT 2011 | soscomputer
Did you found it ? and where is the link where i can find tecnical information ? bye
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 12:34:14 EST 2002 | timreisenleiter
I am in the process of sourcing and ordering a BGA rework station. I only have exprerience with the OK-Industries (Now Metcal) BGA-3500 BGA rework system. Any experience/input on other comparable systems would be much appreciated (Pace TF3000, Air-
Electronics Forum | Tue May 11 12:02:03 EDT 1999 | Tony
| We are currently looking at purchasing some BGA rework equipment. Could someone give us the pro's and cons of IR heating (top/bottom)vs. hot air convection ? | All other tips are also welcome. | | Thanks | Philip, I have been doing BGA rework for
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 13:17:06 EDT 1999 | Jeff Ferry
| | | Hiya, | | | | | | Could anyone please suggest recommended manufacturers of | | | IR rework stations for the removal of various SMT comps. | | | | | | Cheers | | | | | Why IR ? Ok, I�ve seen only one but that thing burnt the PCB before the s
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 08 16:07:55 EDT 1998 | Igmar Grewar
Our company wants to buy a rework station for BGA's. I would like to know what is a good BGA rework station. IR or hot air? Do we need a rework station with optical placement or can BGa's be placed manually during rework. We have seen a demo of an ER
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 09 10:09:22 EDT 1998 | Debbie Nizri
| Our company wants to buy a rework station for BGA's. I would like to know what is a good BGA rework station. IR or hot air? Do we need a rework station with optical placement or can BGa's be placed manually during rework. We have seen a demo of an
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