August 2003
Circuits Assembly;Aug2003, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p30
Trade Publication
The intruder surface-mount/ball grid array rework system from Key Largo, Florida-based A.P.E. South incorporates a notebook computer that works in conjunction with the P-300 profile storage control module. When driven by the notebook computer, the system is capable of unlimited profile storage. The system's split vision alignment system provides control in positioning ultra fine pitch and BGA packaging technologies including flip chip bumped packages. EPO-TEK EM 127 is an electrically conductive, silver-filled adhesive from Epoxy Technology Inc. that is ideal for pin transfer and stamping applications and as a semiconductor die attach.


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