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RE-7500 Reworking System & iSolder the Infrared Reworking System - Product By Jovy Systems. & iSolder the intelligent soldering machine

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Old 03-25-2007, 08:51   #1 (permalink)
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Jovy Systems RE-7500 usage tips

Hi everybody,

Since a number of us have got this infrared rework station, and have used it for a while, its time for us to share info on its usage. The moderators were supposed to start a separate section for this, but i feel they're very busy with the site and their work. So i have started this thread and am looking forward to the users giving us their tips and perhaps uploading some profiles they have made for the machine. If the moderators wish, they're free to move this thread to another section.

I request members not to use this thread for things not related to RE-7500 usage.

Please start sharing from today!

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Old 03-25-2007, 21:20   #2 (permalink)
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@Trion (The moderators were supposed to start a separate section for this, )

Support section already opend so redirection of post done.

(but i feel they're very busy with the site and their work.)

Some videos will be post frequently using my personal machine .

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Old 03-26-2007, 20:09   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you for doing this!

Looking forward to learning from the experts!

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Old 03-28-2007, 05:43   #4 (permalink)
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sharing of your experience is good for the user of that machine as well as it will useful to those person who is planning to purchase this or this type of machins
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Old 03-28-2007, 06:26   #5 (permalink)
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Yea.
Videos will help alot to use the machine properly.

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Hi anybody got any idea the bestway in which to remove k750i joysticks v3 charging blocks ??? these seem to be fixed to the board via solder which melts only at high temperature.

Jovy syetem seems good removing plastic parts
(temperature at 185)but ive took it up a lot higher but still joystick charging blocks do not move.
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First Vedio by me to clear how the machine safely remove any plastic parts soldered with lead free solder in nokia 6630 (bb5) PCB .... and re-mount same plastic part without any damage fastly in onther lead free board ..

http://www.raheeeeb.cellphonerepair.us/

More will be soon just post any diffculties i will try upload video or steps to handle any .. but forgive me little bit delay and poor quality recording

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Hi anybody got any idea the best way in which to remove k750i joysticks v3 charging blocks ??? these seem to be fixed to the board via solder which melts only at high temperature.

Jovy system seems good removing plastic parts
(temperature at 185)but Ive took it up a lot higher but still joystick charging blocks do not move.
1- you have to use lead free flux gel or liquid (it is cheap)
normal flux burn in heat degree lower than solder melting heat degree
keep protective covers in it's module in other side of board
which exposed to lower heater.

2- Use lower heater in re flow (not fast re flow)

3- Use upper heater in fast re flow with adjusting the distance between end
of part and heater 5 cm it is differ between v3 socket and k750i joystick

4- monitor the heat till 220 to 230 not less remove the upper heater and now
all o.k i hope .

if any you welcome to discus

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Thanks raheeeeb for A1 support!!!!!!!!
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@raheeb,
I am a new user of this mechine. so pls lean to me how i can use this mechine.

sir, i can see in moniter profile 1 mode, profile 2 mode and leadfree mode, which mode i can use for mobile phone boards. pls kindly reply


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Dear Raheeeeb,

Thanks for the generosity in sharing those videos. They'll certainly help other users along with all the hints you are giving us on this and other threads! I wish more members who are expert at infra red rework would share experiences here too.

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Dear Raheeeeb

Is it possible to show us how to remove EPOC using Jovy System??

Really intrested at this device for more advanced stuff !!

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hi it is 100% possible

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Dear Raheeeeb

Is it possible to show us how to remove EPOC using Jovy System??

Really intrested at this device for more advanced stuff !!

BR
hi
yes it is possibe to remove epoc using jovy system
but import things in hardware repairing is experince trial and error
for remove glued or epoc base ic important they needed more temperature to remove the ic as far as my experince goes the glue ics is destroyed
but the pcb is not so u can put another new ic
but all this requires years of practice
i hope u can understand
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Anybody need any bits 4 your jovy system

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/The-Solderman
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@All

new video uploaded in below link for Nokia 3230 Sim and MMC module

The most sophisticated module in these series of phones impossible to rework or mount by hot air
include many points of solder pins include plastic parts real challenge for hot air and crap IR
manufacturers

http://www.raheeeeb.cellphonerepair.us

Sorry for bad quality more will be uploaded soon

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