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BGA rework

Mike Cox

#13519

BGA rework | 12 November, 1998

Any info on a BGA rework machine in the 10-20K range.

Thanks Mike C

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Earl Moon

#13520

Re: BGA rework | 14 November, 1998

| Any info on a BGA rework machine in the 10-20K range. | | Thanks | Mike C | In the $60K range I really like the Pace model? (y'all join in). Whether there is a cheaper, non-programmable type, the gang can answer.

Earl Moon

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Scott McKee

#13521

Re: BGA rework | 14 November, 1998

| | Any info on a BGA rework machine in the 10-20K range. | | | | Thanks | | Mike C | | | In the $60K range I really like the Pace model? (y'all join in). Whether there is a cheaper, non-programmable type, the gang can answer. | | Earl Moon | I purchaced the PACE Therma-Flo Programmable Hot Air Rework and Repair System that consists of the TF200 for $1,800, the PRC1500 for $3,250 and the Work Platform for $1,400 for a total of $6,450. BGA nozzles are $89 each. I also ordered the HS200 heat wave $850 (runs the total to $7,300). A very good programmable setup for under $10k. Try it, you'll like it.

Scott

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Alan Archer

#13522

Re: BGA rework | 16 November, 1998

| Any info on a BGA rework machine in the 10-20K range. | | Thanks | Mike C | Mike,

Take a look at APE South. www.apecorp.com Idiot proof equipment at extremely competitive pricing.

Regards,

Alan Archer

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