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ST 925 SMT Rework System–Three favorites combined into one nice savings

Save a few steps--and some money--with the Pace 925 SMT Rework System Pace has introduced a new low-cost “combination” system ideal for surface mount technology (SMT) rework. It’s worth adding up the savings by comparing the a la carte prices Read more

Metcal’s CV-5200 Connection Validation Soldering Station Changes Everything

You may or may not have heard about Metcal’s new soldering station, the CV-5200. The evolutionary tool removes much of the reliance on visual inspection of hand-soldered joints and adds a second, more technology-driven method for validating a successful Read more

Seven Things to Know About Qualifying Your Product to a U.S. Military Specification (MIL-SPEC)

Qualifying the SCS 81705 Series anti-static shield bags to military standards There are a few, sometimes complicated steps to go through before your product can qualify for a particular military specification. SCS recently introduced their new 81705 Series static shield Read more

Summer catalog available now

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All-Spec is excited to announce that our Summer 2007 catalog is now available for viewing. If you currently are not on our mailing list to receive your complimentary issue, please sign up here for free. We have added many new brand names as well as new products. Check them out below!




Review of the New Weller WR3000M

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Weller WR3000M The new Weller WR3000M will soon be available on the All-Spec Industries website. The WR3000M uses the latest technology employed today in repair stations. It allows three different soldering tools to be used simultaneously.

Other features of the Weller WR3000M include:

  • automatic tool detection
  • a large LCD display
  • a USB port
  • PC software
  • own vacuum channel for pickup
  • new powerful hot air pencil

Weller WHA900 Hot Air Rework Station

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All-Spec Industries is pleased to announce the new Weller WHA900 Hot Air Rework Station. The 650 watt WHA900 features unmatched temperature control. A sensor located at the nozzle continuously samples the temperature and adjusts to accurately maintain the predetermined settings, regardless of airflow rate.

Other features of the Weller WHA900 include:Weller WHA900 Hot Air Rework Station

  • Compact design to maximize work space
  • Temp. Range: 122°F to 1022°F
  • Standby button allows you to power down to low settings when not in use
  • Includes a rest support for the hand piece
  • 650 watt
  • Nozzles sold separately

Technical Specifications, nozzles for every application, and accessories are available.

View all Weller soldering equipment and irons.

Review: The New Weller BP860MP

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Weller BP860MPThe new Weller BP860MP cordless soldering iron is now available at All-Spec. Recently we received notice from Weller’s newsletter that this new soldering iron  is being introduced to perhaps “out do” its older brother the BP645MP. Feautures of the BP860MP include:

  • More dual heat settings power than the BP645MP
  • Temperature range: 850° F/950° F
  • An LED worklight, and more
  • Heats up to work settings in less than 15 seconds

Update: Looking for more power? Try a butane soldering iron!

Looking for Finger Cots?

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Finger Cots Protecting PCB Many finger cot manufacturers have tried to sell inferior products, and failed to keep quality consistent from shipment to shipment. Our static-dissipative finger cots by Suzuki Latex are of the highest quality. We feel so strongly about their quality and integrity that we will take them back without question if you are not happy with them for any reason.

We offer free evaluation samples!

Call 800-537-0351 or email:

These finger cots are black chlorinated, washed, and powder-free. They have a 3-mil thickness and are for use with class 1 and class 2 static-sensitive devices. They meet ASTM D257 for surface resistivity: 10^6 to 10^8. They are packaged in black conductive bags so they can be taken into ESD safe areas, and are certified non-volatile residue and liquid particle count.

Major customers include Canon, Texas Instruments, Intel, JVC, Sony, Kyocera, Panasonic,Hitachi, Toshiba, etc.

For more information, click here.