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    hi all, can some one recommend me a good size smc chip holder for the reballing....
    i got one but that one is slightly to large for the smc chip...

    so when i move the stencil it moves the chip also,,, anoying...

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    Originally posted by Repairable View Post
    hi all, can some one recommend me a good size smc chip holder for the reballing....
    i got one but that one is slightly to large for the smc chip...

    so when i move the stencil it moves the chip also,,, anoying...
    I bought 2 from eBay. One was that little too big with the same problem as yours which was 90x90 and the other one was HT-80 which is 80x80 and it's perfect:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HT-80-Diag...0AAOSwvg9Xa3j1

    I keep the too big one just to hold the SMC still while using the iron to clean the pads. That way I can put the chip directly onto the proper clamp and tape the stencil without having to clean flux off the clamp first.

    I also bought a prison wallet load of SMC stencils as once you get a slight curve you can't even see, the fucking solder balls leak underneath to other pads. The stencils are like £3 each so I have no problems at all using them 1 - 2 times and throwing them away. Comes out perfect for me that way.
    Last edited by G.Beard; 12-02-2016, 06:14 PM.

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      Thanks
      gonne order

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