BGA Rework Training & Certification

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PCB Rework and Hand Soldering Courses

Description:

Available at our facility or on-site at your facility.  This course is designed for students that require the hands-on skill and knowledge to reliably remove and install many types of the most complex BGA components. Students are taught methods for safe and reliable BGA component rework using a top of the line BGA Rework Systems. Topics include a review of thermal profiling, preheat considerations, process techniques, review and interpretation of x-ray results. This is a 2 or 3 day optional course. One day lecture and up to 2 - days hands on training. Each student will be able to practice installing, removing, and re-balling  BGA components using both Lead & Lead Free Solders.

Topics Include

  • Review of the different BGA packages - ceramic, plastic, metal and micro.
  • A review of the parameters for establishing a safe thermal profile.
  • Circuit board preparation - masking, baking and other process steps.
  • BGA site preparation.
  • Solder mask breakdown - how to prevent it, how to fix it.
  • Basic Design Considerations
  • BGA removal and replacement process.
  • Inspection and interpreting x-ray results.
  • Equipment review
  • BGA Re-Balling & BGA pad Repair

Call (888) 406-2830 to schedule your class.

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http://www.pcb-repair.com/training/bga-rework/

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