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PCB Underheaters and Hot Plates

2019-09-02T10:06:03+01:00May 5th, 2017|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS PCB underheaters and PCB hot plates have had a place in rework and soldering for a long time, this is not new technology, but with the challenges of lead free soldering, a PCB underheater makes this process much easier and improves quality. Before PCB underheaters were introduced the PCB would not be properly preheated before rework or soldering. Even today with this [...]

Rework Fluid Dispensor

2019-09-02T09:51:56+01:00March 28th, 2017|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTSThe Martin Smart Dispense 06 allows for accurate and repeatable dispensing of fluids for rework such as solder paste or adhesives.The dispensing parameters are created and stored, the dispensing pressure and optionally, the nozzle temperature, are automatically set, specified by the recipe.Monitoring the cartridge temperature is important as this allows the fluid dispenser control unit to compensates viscosity, which is dependent on the material [...]

Hotbeam PCB Underheater – Flush Mount Set

2019-09-02T09:45:05+01:00March 23rd, 2017|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS There is the option for the Martin PCB underheaters HOTBEAM04 and HOTBEAM 05 to be completely integrated into tabletops so that the working height is the same as that of the surrounding work top. Soldering SMT components is easier and less risky on a pre-heated PCB. With a raised temperature the soldering iron has less work to do, this is important when soldering [...]

Rework Station IR temperature sensor

2019-09-02T00:23:25+01:00August 17th, 2016|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS The optional Rework Station IR temperature sensor attaches to the AVP arm on the Martin 10.6 rework station. The IR Sensor replaces the need for thermocouple to be attached to the surface of a PCB to measure process temperatures and can be used in closed-loop mode which ensures maximum thermal control of the rework process. A simple locking screw enables an operator [...]

PCB Underheating – Bench Flush Mount

2019-09-02T00:21:09+01:00August 17th, 2016|Rework|

PCB Underheater Bench Mount Kits By preheating the assembly with a PCB underheater it takes less energy for the soldering iron to raise the selected areas above liquidous. This creates quality solder joints without effort and lead free soldering becomes much easier and more efficient. Martin PCB underheaters can be mounted in the bench, this lowers the working height of the PCB for better access [...]

Custom Rework Station Nozzles

2019-08-24T16:58:04+01:00June 5th, 2016|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS It is not possible to supply a rework nozzle for every component on the market and some components may not suit a standard rework tool due to the layout of the board. Martin offer custom nozzles for their rework stations. View the Custom Rework Station Nozzle product on our website and click on request a quote and we will contact you regarding [...]

Martin Rework Station APP Tools

2019-08-24T16:48:04+01:00March 2nd, 2016|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS The APP tools are an option with Martin's 10.6 rework station. Mounted to the side of the AVP arm the Tool Slider allows the use of the APP Tools Solder Paste Print Tool Flux Dip Tool µSMD Tool Solder Paste Print Tool The Solder Paste Print Tool allows solder paste to be applied to the pads of SMD devices, typically a QFN [...]

QFN Prebumping

2019-08-24T16:49:25+01:00December 17th, 2015|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS Due to the very small amounts of solder on the contacts of QFNs the use of residual solder on the PCB pads is not recommended. The pads need to be cleaned and normally it would be very difficult to applying new solder to them. Either applying solder to the pads of the components or printing solder paste onto the QFN pads are [...]

QFN solder paste printing for rework

2019-09-06T23:57:17+01:00August 18th, 2015|Rework|

VIEW RELATED PRODUCTS The Martin 10.6 rework station has the option for QFN printing allows easy and accurate printing of solder paste onto the QFN pads before rework. Designed as a rework machine for reworking Large BGA's down to µSMDs the Martin rework station can not only rework your QFN components, but most SMD components. A complete SMD rework solution.

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