Smart Phones and Small PCBs

Wessling, May 2011. The EXPERT Rework System family by MARTIN GmbH has been extended with the addition of a rework station for small PCBs. The EXPERT 10.6 IV comes complete with the proven IRH Infra Red Underheater which can pre-heat PCBs from smart phones or sensor technologies.

A rework system with MARTIN’s Advanced Vision Placement Technology (AVP) is now available for delicate and demanding tasks on small board formats. An extensive range of tools is readily available - thus approximately 80% of all components can be safely reworked.
A Mini-Oven is also available. Attached to the Hot Air Nozzle, this module is designed for soldering or reballing components, such as QFNs and BGAs.

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Wessling, April 2011. MARTIN GmbH has continued the development of the successful Reball-03 and introduces the MINI-OVEN 04. This stand-alone unit has been designed as an universal compact reflow oven for reballing BGAs or CSPs and for ...

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Wessling, April 2010. Martin GmbH, specialist in Rework and Dispensing Systems, opens an in-house laboratory to assist customers in finding solutions for specific dispensing applications. Whatever the application: adhesive, ...

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Wessling, February 2010. The Rework System Expert-10.6XL is MARTIN’s flagship when the soldering and removal of components on large format printed circuit boards is involved. Its special feature is the integrated ...

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