Rework Station

Rework Station
When working with or building printed circuit boards, there is a lot of room for errors to be made. Whether you’re relying on machines to do the building for you or building by hand, solder can often have a mind of its own. Sometimes the person doing the building (or the person programming the machine that does the building) can make a mistake. Other times, during reflow, the solder or components on the PCB can react in ways that are not desirable. Have no fear though, there are ways to remedy this! Our Hot-air rework station is one such solution. Hot-air stations or guns are very useful tools and are essential for any electronics workbench.

Reasons for rework of electronics include:

  • Poor solder joints due to faulty assembly or thermal cycling.
  • Solder bridges—unwanted drops of solder that connect points that should be isolated from each other.
  • Faulty components.
  • Engineering parts changes, upgrades, etc.


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