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rework

[′rē‚wərk]
(geology)
Any geologic material that has been removed or displaced by natural agents from its origin and incorporated in a younger formation.
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In lead-free assembly and rework, the hierarchy of influence has a subtle shift where copper quality and material quality are competing to be the primary influence.
Given the rework percentage, on Day Two the plant remains at 81 percent capacity.
Also, the unit cost with rework may be calculated from the flow diagram to be
Rework is the work performed again because it was not properly done for the first time.
It uses a BGA rework system to melt solder in the barrels with forced convection.
Casting quality obtained through rework is expensive and takes its toll on the margin of profit.
Solely based on the rework and no other improvements or technology, Titan expects $308,000 of combined oil and gas production revenue per month once all wells have been reworked and are online.
Numerous challenges are associated with the manual rework of 01005s.
From one unit to volumes in the thousands, BGA components are easily removed and installed with the selected PACE IR 3000 BGA Rework System.
I also would categorize the process steps associated with rework to include finding a failed component, removing it, residual solder removal and soldering a replacement component with appropriate reflow.
You are familiar with the information that the products give: scrap, rework and good products.