Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 20 17:20:56 EDT 2010 | davef
You should check the optical alignment and thermal calibration of the BGA rework station periodically [every six months]. Likely, the equipment supplier gives recommendations on this calibration effort, maybe in the manual.
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 19 03:19:43 EDT 2010 | cunningham
What do other people use to ensure that the BGA machine is within spec ie beform a weekly check and record on SPC charts? We want to start recording this can a plate or some kind of surveyor be used on the machine ?
Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 14:15:46 EDT 2004 | michasm2
I'm looking for some input on a pay scale for experienced SRT/DRS operators. They do not do any profiling or process work - only remove/site prep/replace type work, along with any 'special' jobs like trace repair, masking repair, etc. They're current
Electronics Forum | Tue May 04 16:43:41 EDT 2004 | russ
So the only difference between the "regular solderers" and the BGA people is trace repair? If that is it than you should put the pay in range with your PCB repair people. We do not pay any extra for BGA rework since all they do is wick pads (common
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 08 12:31:01 EDT 2011 | smtlogics
I am evaluating PACE IR300 rework system for micro BGA having size .85mm x 1.35mm. Is anyone out there has any experience of reworking this package size BGAs. Your comments will be appreciated.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 04 11:54:22 EDT 2021 | cbart
We do this quote often with our older Summit machine. there are a few ways to do this. all of these are assuming you have parts on the boards already and are working around them. 1- if you have a good tech that can add solder to the pads on the PCB a
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 05 13:38:22 EDT 2021 | ppcbs
For Linear Tech LGA's we solder bump the LGA using a .30mm solder ball then reflow with a tacky flux. This will provide a void free solder joint and adds a little height to the solder joint in case you use a flux that you want to clean from under th