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BGA Rework

Sherry

#16988

BGA Rework | 19 December, 1997

I work in a R&D, low volume assembly lab. Can anyone tell me what type of equipment works well or doesn't work on removing and replacing BGA/CBGA's?

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Gary Miller

#16994

Re: BGA Rework | 19 December, 1997

We can offer you several different ways. give us a call and we can help. (510) 455-8602

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Chris Haynes

#16992

Re: BGA Rework | 19 December, 1997

| I work in a R&D, low volume assembly lab. | Can anyone tell me what type of equipment | works well or doesn't work on removing and | replacing BGA/CBGA's? Check out www.srtonline.com for online brochures etc. If you have any questions call 978-392-0633 ask for Phil Hallee. Thanks, Chris Haynes

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Bob Willis

#16993

Re: BGA Rework | 28 December, 1997

We have three BGA video tapes and poster sets which may be of interest check out our home page www.bobwillis.co.uk

| | I work in a R&D, low volume assembly lab. | | Can anyone tell me what type of equipment | | works well or doesn't work on removing and | | replacing BGA/CBGA's? | Check out www.srtonline.com for online brochures etc. If you have any questions call 978-392-0633 ask for Phil Hallee. | Thanks, | Chris Haynes

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FINETECH GmbH

#16991

Re: BGA Rework | 13 January, 1998

Please have a look at our homepage below http://aol.com.members.com/finetecger/ and than contact us via email.

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Bill Shamieh

#16990

Re: BGA Rework | 23 January, 1998

Sherry, We just finished our evaluation on BGA rework/assembly stations for low volume application. We checked out all the major players and settled on AirVac. Email me if you want details of our study. Bill

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Tony Arteaga

#16989

Re: BGA Rework | 27 March, 1998

If you still interested in information on BGA rework, please e-mail me. We currently provide BGA rework, from re-balling and placement of bga. Thanks Tony A

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CJN

#17863

Re: BGA Rework | 10 October, 2001

I used to rework many types of BGA's including ceramic. We always preheated the whole board to around 115 c before attempting to remove or place. Now I find myself in a new company with different ideas. Do any of you have a site that has exact recommended times and temperatures for PCB as well as BGA.

I am trying to prevent additional damage to the PCB, i.e. during board expanding to compensate for heat as well solder joint issues contributed to not preheating the board.

Thanks, Chris

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