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'[EE]: BGA Removal with temperature controlled heat'
2004\10\28@161535 by Roberts II, Charles K.

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Hello all

Has anyone on here used a hand held temperature controlled heat gun and
a suction cup part lifter to remove a BGA? I have seen it done once
before, is this a good technique?

And are there any other techniques or methods to economically remove
BGA's? Preferably still having the ability to reball the BGA and
definitely without damaging the PCB.


Chuck



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2004\10\29@002416 by Roland

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At 04:15 PM 28/10/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>Hello all
>
>Has anyone on here used a hand held temperature controlled heat gun and
>a suction cup part lifter to remove a BGA? I have seen it done once
>before, is this a good technique?
>
>And are there any other techniques or methods to economically remove
>BGA's? Preferably still having the ability to reball the BGA and
>definitely without damaging the PCB.
>

Not exactly answering your question;
I saw an article the other day on BGA sockets. They use a rubber mat,
'zebra stripe' type stuff. Put it down on bare pcb, chip goes on top, and
the lot is clamped down with clips. No more soldering!
Will look it if you're interested.

Regards
Roland Jollivet

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2004\10\29@103844 by Alexandre Guimaraes

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Hi,

> Not exactly answering your question;
> I saw an article the other day on BGA sockets. They use a rubber mat,
> 'zebra stripe' type stuff. Put it down on bare pcb, chip goes on top, and
> the lot is clamped down with clips. No more soldering!
> Will look it if you're interested.

   If it does not cost a fortune.... It can be a great solution... Could
you dig the article for us ?

Best regards,
Alexandre Guimaraes

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