Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 19 11:32:46 EST 1997 | Kris Ganev
Can anybody give me feed back on the pro and cons of using Pace, OK, Hakko, Metcal, etc... equipment in their rework processes? I need to set up a low volume rework station for mixed technology boards. Would appreciate any suggestions.
Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 16 15:29:30 EDT 2001 | steven
When Air-Vac introduced an IR system at a show in San Jose, people though it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. For obvious reasons they discontinued the short life of the IR systems and implemented hot air into their rework stations. Sales
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 05 16:06:48 EST 2013 | mlevesque
We are looking for a new BGA rework station. We got an ERSA IR550A and we are not very satisfied. I'm not sure that IR reflow is the better solution because the top-side heating is too large. I think is better with a convection "forced-air" heat.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jun 08 06:08:06 EDT 2000 | jacqueline coia
Hi There, I know this is a long shot but does anyone in Scotland have a 31mil nozzle for an Airvac rework station that they are willing to hire out for a short period of time? Also is there any papers or sites that can give good technical advice on B
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 12 15:09:59 EDT 2001 | larryk
I am currently looking into purchasing a BGA rework station. Most of the various manufactures use convection heat, but Ersa was different in that they use IR. I know and understand the difference between the two types, but I was wondering if any body
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 24 22:46:58 EST 1997 | Scott McKee
Can anybody give me feed back on the pro and cons of using Pace, OK, Hakko, Metcal, etc... equipment in their rework processes? I need to set up a low volume rework station for mixed technology boards. Would appreciate any suggestions. I