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|01-12-2009, 09:23||#1 (permalink)|
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PCB Rework Procedure
Here is a nice link I stumbled across.
No time to read indepth, but looks like real good info:
Hope it can be useful to some people
|03-12-2009, 23:28||#3 (permalink)|
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Always great info from you...
My personal favorite tutorial for BGA rework :
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