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cost effective bga remove

Tobias

#27562

cost effective bga remove | 9 March, 2004

Hello, i'm searching for a way to remove bga's easy and cost effective. It doesn't matter if the PCB or adjacent assemblies are damaged. Thanks!

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#27578

cost effective bga remove | 9 March, 2004

Try this: * Run the board through your reflow oven set for a "normal" recipe, but with the cooling section turned off. * Pick the BGA from the board while the solder is still liquid using tweezers [or similar tool].

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Ken

#27589

cost effective bga remove | 9 March, 2004

Two words that will send shivers down any self-respecting rework professionals spine:

HEAT GUN

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#27593

cost effective bga remove | 9 March, 2004

brrrrrrrr

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pdeuel

#27594

cost effective bga remove | 9 March, 2004

Frustrations to relieve try a sledge hammer.

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#27640

cost effective bga remove | 17 March, 2004

since there is a bit of humor in this thread, try drilling the pads from the opposite side of the pcb.

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Dreamsniper

#27646

cost effective bga remove | 17 March, 2004

Do you wanna save the BGA or what? Do you have an electric stove, baking tray and a BBQ clip? Does your wife love cooking? if u have one of each, then u don't need a reflow oven which is too expensive and you don't need to buy heating guns or drill press n drill bits...This is the most cost effective way mate!...try to figure out what I have to say next.

regards,

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