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entry level BGA rework systems

#32778

entry level BGA rework systems | 21 February, 2005

We are in need of an entry BGA rework system for small jobs and occasional rework. I would love any and all ideas, including information on cost of this equipment.

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Austinj

#32848

entry level BGA rework systems | 23 February, 2005

I am currently using the following equipment for low volume and occasional BGA rework: BGA-3591/CSP-3501 115V Rework System. This system is fairly inexpensive, unsure of the actual price, However, can be used to rework QFP and PLCC components.(of course specific size nozels are available at additional costs)

http://www.metcal.com/products/1.2.5.3.htm

(Note: I am not affiliated with Metcal or its distributors)

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#32879

entry level BGA rework systems | 25 February, 2005

Go to http://www.focalspot.com they have a nice little unit for $13K I saw at the IPC/APEX show this week.

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#32969

entry level BGA rework systems | 1 March, 2005

We use SRT. We still have machines that are over 5 years old and are functioning very well in the BGA, QFP and yes CSP area. The critical part is getting the right Air nozzle for the part size. Also the software has a auto-profile feature that works quite well.

Take care.

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