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ZT-2, ZT-3, ZT-1-CLS-DPU, Hakko FR-301, Quick861DW
Ace: Needed ().
Location: PCB Lab
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The current Ace of the Rework Station is Needed ().
What is the Rework Station?
The rework station is a collection of tools used for heating up printed circuit boards to remove surface mount components or touch up soldering jobs. The tools vary from a board heater, to very precise pin-point heating tools.
PCB - Printed Circuit Board
SMD - Surface Mount Device
SMT - Surface Mount Technology
Heat Gun- A soldering iron-like tool that blows out hot air through a variable sized hole (often variable through interchangeable tips).
Helping Hands - A tool that grabs onto your PCB with little clips.
Soldering - The process of melting a tin-lead compound of metal to secure pins and leads of electronic components onto the terminals of a printed circuit board.