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HG 7900 hot gas rework station.

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 02 14:30:42 EDT 2003 | KEN MAYNARD

Does anyone know of a company or person who is currently servicing this hot gas rework station. We had purchased this unit in 1994 from Manix Mfr. but they no longer support this unit CAN SOMEONE HELP!! call me @ 631-439-9377

hot air rework station / solder paste

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 16 23:34:56 EST 2006 | mds33200

Hi, I am new in this industry and have purchased a beguinner unut, a 3-in-1 solder, desolder, hot air station. Currently I work on cellphone mainboards. At the moment I only replace single large chips on the mainboard. I would like to be able to repl

hot air rework station / solder paste

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 17 15:12:26 EST 2006 | mds33200

Hi, I am located in Auburn Mass (USA) right near Worcester. Now I noticed you talked about micro stencil for a populated PCB, would I need one? Or could I use a syringe to lay a tiny dot of paste since im only replacing a chip or 2 (at the moment)? I

hot air rework station / solder paste

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 17 14:42:06 EST 2006 | billwestiet

Mark, This is a big topic. Where are you located, it would probably be best to hook you up with someone in your area. Anyhow, lead or lead free should be based on whether the circuits are lead or lead free. I would guess that cell phones would all

hot air rework station / solder paste

Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 17 16:24:18 EST 2006 | billwestiet

I'm in North Attleboro, small world. To answer your question, you can deposit small dots of paste with a syringe. Kind of tricky work, and there are small stencil soluions out there fairly inexpensively. See http://www.minimicrostencil.com/ (I do

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 26 09:11:04 EDT 2004 | Daniel

Thanks, We currently use Metcals for our regular work and I was looking at the ERSA system for the BGA rework. From what I have seen it seems simple to use, and since it uses IR you don�t need all the attachments for different size BGA�s. You just

QFP rework

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 12:32:16 EST 2004 | russ

Steve, why the fear of hot air?

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Tue May 14 20:58:42 EDT 2002 | davef

Maybe the issue is not a proper rework method. Your shorts on the corners are caused by too fast of a profile causing the corners of the BGA to get too hot, too fast, which made them curl, like tatter chips.

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 08 07:29:53 EST 2004 | mrmaint

Sounds like you have some delamination problems. How hot is the board getting? Try baking the board prior to rework. Is the quality of the board good? Goog Luck. MrMaint

BGA rework

Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 08 08:13:25 EST 2004 | Chris Lampron

Good Morning Vijay, It sounds like the PCB is getting too hot at rework. Is there any way to attach a thermocouple to check actual temps? This would give you an idea if it is your process or your PCB. Good Luck Chris

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