Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 22 10:17:48 EST 2000 | CAL
We currently have 5 BGA,uBGA rework stations in house and all perform excellently. The manufacturers are A.P.E, OKI-Metcal, and Manncorp. The A.P.E. and OKI both have moving tables and work great. The only system that does not have a moving table is
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 21 02:06:22 EST 2002 | P.SANKARA NARAYANAN
The easiest simplest solution i can think of is the Print plate from OKI. Why dont you try the same. Visit http://www.metcal.com. Instead of printing on PCB you can print on the BGA.
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 05 08:35:53 EST 2004 | pjc
Try these guys. They're in Okie - Broken Arrow: http://www.smtsupport.com/services/html/serv_maint.htm
Electronics Forum | Fri Mar 03 17:01:46 EST 2006 | Paul wood ok international
THE AIRVAC DRS 24 IS A OLD MODAL AND NEWER MODAL OS EVEN HIGHER I OF COURSE DO HAVE A COMPARISON FOR THAT AS MARKET DEVELEOPEMENT MANGER FOR OKI I AM AT PWOOD@OKINTERNATIONAL.COM IF YOU NEED IT THANKS PAUL
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 06 15:53:59 EST 2006 | Mike
Does anyone know where I can get the trays and carrousels for these old OKI machines? I contacted the guy in Florida who is selling these now and he has none. He has been saying they will be in two weeks for 18 months now. Any help is appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 15 08:30:59 EDT 2009 | geb
We use precision tweezers to rework 0402 (OKI MFR-PTZ) not tried with 0201, but it may be a solution. The tweezers themselves have the heating element built in.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 11:23:00 EST 2002 | Gris
Does any body know how many US or europe based component manufacturers have decided not to use Sn/Bi on lead plating. Most of far east manufacturers seem to have selected Sn/Bi on their component finish. Intresting articles on Samsung,Epson and OKI w
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 29 11:01:56 EST 2002 | yngwie
Ok..I will refer to the past thread myself....but, just an update, after getting the BGA rebaked ( as I didn't see an evidence from Production saying that they hv baked these batch of BGAs). The shorts are all gone. But one thing thou', if the proble
Electronics Forum | Fri May 02 11:38:09 EDT 2008 | wayne123
Has anyone tried a PS-800E made by OKi Metcal? I have been looking at them, it looks like a good Iron, but I would like to know how these are actually working in the field not just some sales pitch by someone getting a commision. Thanks, Wayne
Electronics Forum | Tue May 06 08:22:17 EDT 2008 | muarty
I have been using several PS800 soldering irons for sometime now and find them very good indeed. Tip life etc are all excellent. At the moment I am trialling the new PS900 iron, early indications go that it is even better. I also have no affilition w