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Nozzle return

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 31 07:42:05 EDT 2007 | geb

Hi, This is for a Universal GSM1. Is there a way to make a nozzle rotate to the same point before picking the next component up. It is because we are trying to pick & place a rectangular component (Luxeon Rebels) with a rectangular nozzle. The nozzl

Placing Luxeon Rebel

Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 30 17:52:15 EDT 2010 | cusackmusic

They are very finiky. If you have good solder paste, and a slight down pressure, to make sure the LED is "stuck" to the board, you should be able to place it. Pick it up on the center of the flat, NOT the lens. Even with the vacuum turned off, t

Placing Luxeon Rebel

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 02:49:43 EDT 2010 | sibbe

yes, we are also picking it up on the flat part of the component. So we won't damage the dome. Just as discribed on the assembly and handling data sheet. Because the component is picked up out of the centre, it gets instable when picking it up out of

Component sticks to cover tape

Electronics Forum | Fri May 20 09:13:58 EDT 2011 | ck_the_flip

We have issues with the Philipps Luxeon Rebel LED where the part sticks to the cover tape during advancement. This causes the part to get flopped around in the pocket or the component gets dropped and damaged when the feeder advances. Has anyone ex

Placing Luxeon Rebel

Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 29 13:56:16 EDT 2010 | garciaga

Siemens recommended Special nozzle-03070148 and provided GF to place this component using Siemens s-25/27. It worked fine in the beginning but after a while we saw droppage. So we moved the set-up to F5 machine which is slower. Their recommended G

Placing Luxeon Rebel

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 31 10:55:42 EDT 2010 | fredc

I worked on a nozzle for one of these LEDs in the past. I seem to remember that there are raised surfaces outside the pick up area. Be sure your nozzle is not hitting them, if so you will lose vacuum. A rectangle shaped nozzle would maximize your abi

Need used pick and place for low volume, high mix - suggestions?

Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 27 23:10:16 EDT 2010 | mbrunton

I am looking at buying a pick and place machine to assemble the circuit boards we make. Most of the boards are small (2 to 10 square inches), most are 2 sided, and have maybe 20-50 parts per side. I use mostly 0805/0603 chips, SOT-23, SOD-123, SOIC

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