Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design SMT Electronics Assembly Manufacturing Forum

Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design Forum

SMT electronics assembly manufacturing forum.


BGA

Views: 1914

Jerome

#37120

BGA | 13 October, 2005

Hi:

Can you give me some tips for choose a BGA rework system? Where can I buy this machines?

Thanks for your help

Best regards Jerome

This message was posted Add this forum to your site! Click to learn more. the Electronics Forum @

reply »

#37121

BGA | 13 October, 2005

Hi Jerome, Look into a system from ERSA. I'm considering picking up the IR500. Jay

reply »


PCI

#37126

BGA | 14 October, 2005

Have a look into the finetech system. I can say its is all in one.

reply »

Mike

#37142

BGA | 14 October, 2005

Take a look at model AT707 from advanced techniques. We had ours for close to 2 years without any problems. No affiliation with the company.

reply »

#37163

BGA | 15 October, 2005

We also have an AT-707. It has performed pretty well for us. No issues thus far. Software has no auto profile like some others do but for the price its a good system. Get a good look at the optics before you buy. Have used this system for a couple years now I wish we got one with different color lights (Air Vac) for the part and board. Makes viewing much easier.

reply »

#37171

BGA | 17 October, 2005

Please define the pitch of the devices, package size and area rray package style so we make a recommendation. Also let us know the kind of product you will run in terms of their value (WIP cost @ time of rework), maximum board size and board thickness. Will you need to running lead-free product through this station?

Regards

BWET

reply »

#37297

BGA | 24 October, 2005

Hi Jerome,

You may also want to consider APR-5000 from Metcal. Capability and price is very reasonable.

Randy

reply »

#37307

BGA | 25 October, 2005

No matter the machine/process you choose, you may want to look at my article and free download about BGA rework, repair, and/or modification.

http://www.moonmanondarkside.com

MoonMan Proof Of Design

It's always free.

moonshine@provide.net

reply »

PCB Soldering Tools

Plasma prior Conformal Coating