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BGA rework station

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 05 20:31:39 EST 2013 | hegemon

Air Vac DRS25. Hands down the best rework EQ. (my humble opinion, based on my own experience with rework EQ going back 15 years +) Right in your budget. Complete capability for rework. SMD, BGA, POP. Full profiling capability. Massive bottom heati

Re: Is it possible to rework this BGA socket?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 06 23:49:48 EST 1999 | Chris G.

Hey All you Einsteins out there!! I gotta' problem...('course you do Steve, or you wouldn't be bugging the TechNet now would you?) I had a phone call from a acquaintance of mine wanting to bring two prototype boards over to rework a BGA socket

Thermally Conductive Epoxy

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 01 20:21:34 EDT 2001 | davef

0.4 W/m�C [er sumpin like thet]. But it's real brittle. Sofer rework, ya can just pop that sucker [component to be replaced] right arf.

question about reflow- it it ever a long term solution?

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 04 12:18:14 EDT 2012 | davef

Phil is correct in his description of proper rework technique. Possible explanations of the reason for popping of your BGA are: * Thermal cycling of components cause them to flex on a different point in the cycle that the board possibly resulting in

IR Rework Machine

Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 28 15:22:59 EDT 2012 | spitkis2

Would like to ask end users or those with experience using infra red rework equipment (specifically when the top heater is IR) the following: 1. Can you successfully rework Package On Package (PoP) type devices? With heat directed through the packa

Micro BGA pads, adhesion to laminate

Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 09 16:18:51 EDT 2003 | Matt Kehoe

Hi Russ, Thanks for the input. The squeeze out we are reworking is very very thin since it has been flattened so it is actually easier to remove than usual but I agree, with a pad this small it could exert a bit of stress on the bond line if rework

Re: Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 19:36:39 EST 2000 | Tony

I work for a contract manufacture of PCB's, we are also in the BGA rework business. We see all kinds of different size boards, as well as different types of BGA's and micro BGA's. We selected the Conceptronics Freedom 2000 over the Air Vac and SRT. T

Re: Rework Equipment

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 19:36:39 EST 2000 | Tony

I work for a contract manufacture of PCB's, we are also in the BGA rework business. We see all kinds of different size boards, as well as different types of BGA's and micro BGA's. We selected the Conceptronics Freedom 2000 over the Air Vac and SRT. T

Re: Solder on gold finger

Electronics Forum | Sun Jul 26 22:35:55 EDT 1998 | D.Lange

Masdi, Try board shunts. They are hi-temp rubber strips with grooves cut. They can be popped on and off with ease and are much faster than taping and considerably cheaper. They also work great for masking goldfingers prior to wave soldering. Contac

Lead-Free SMD repair

Electronics Forum | Sat Apr 30 13:56:31 EDT 2005 | steve

My experience with different size boards and pre-heaters. The perfect world (right?) you would saturate the complete pcb with bottom pre-heat. But it is difficult with repair and rework equipment, not to mention the expense and foot print of large pr

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