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Manncorp Revamps Rework Line
The BR-710 model is one of three models with split-vision optics that have zoom-in, micro-adjust and autofocus.
Willow Grove, PA — A new line of rework systems, ranging from manually assisted models for video game repair to versatile, fully automatic versions with split vision, can now be seen on the company's website. Five different systems are being showcased, each with its special features, functions and specifications clearly listed.
According to the company, the site also contains pricing for each of the systems without requiring pre-registration, which he considers "almost a landmark occurrence in electronics equipment marketing." Price is believed to be a prime motivating factor in making the sale, but the company states it is proud of its values, and therefore shows the prices up front.
Three of the systems contain split vision, reportedly a requirement in reworking BGAs and µBGAs. By superimposing balls to pads and magnifying them, split vision quickly achieves perfect alignment. This capability is available on the BR-710, 720 and 810 models with a surprisingly low starting price.
Contact: Manncorp, 2845 Terwood Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090
800-745-6266 or 215-830-1200 fax: 215-830-1206 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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