Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 22 11:11:58 EDT 1998 | Hon
Dear all, What are your views on reworking BGA's? I mean, with the BGA going through reflow temperatures four times or more, and with a manual reballing process, wouldn't it raise up a few reliability issues? Would you consider not doing rework on
Electronics Forum | Sat Jan 05 02:03:19 EST 2002 | hany_khoga
Dear all: For PBGA replacement by a hot air BGA rework station, do I have to follow the same temperature profile as the first original one in the reflow oven? Note that in the rework process I use only Flux paste (no solder paste is used). Hany
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 07 20:29:59 EST 2002 | davef
Your PBGA rework temperature profile should be similar to the same temperature profile as the first original one in the reflow oven. Searching the fine SMTnet Archives gives almost 500 postings on BGA and rework*.
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 10 21:55:57 EST 2004 | Dreamsniper
Has anybody here could provide me good infos regarding BGA rework Kits other than the Flextac Stencil. Also on what sort of fixtures and toolings they provide to help me align the rework stencil onto the BGA pads. Thanks in advance... Hi to Dave F.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 04 08:02:54 EST 2005 | Mike
Hi!! Where can I get information about Post- and pre-reflow rework? Some links, opinions?? Please Tell me? I would like to know too some methods and cost effective ways,that how we can rework repair printed boards? Thanks!!
Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 07:53:24 EDT 2006 | RLM
This is true but even the so called reworkable underfill takes a lot of effort. We use a loctite reworkable that requires heat to soften the underfill. Once the component is removed we use acetone and a swab to scrub the pcb clean. This can be very t