Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 30 07:34:27 EDT 2010 | sibbe
Hi, We are having some serious issues with placing the Luxeon Rebels. The problem is caused by the components sticking to the tape. We don’t know what causes it, but I remember to have read something about components sticking to the tape on this For
Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 04 09:27:43 EDT 2010 | floydf
We have found that the lenses on the Rebels have are gooey and sticky. We put a little bit of WD40 on the shutter part that contacts the lens. Just a little bit. Basicly, put a drop on and try to wipe it all off with a paper towel is enough.
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 30 08:53:39 EDT 2010 | Sibbe
Hello, We are having some difficulties placing the luxeon rebel LED's. It doesn't matter what nozzle's we use, we cant run our P&P machine's on full speed without the rebel's dropping on the PCB in stead of being placed accuratly. Therefore I would
Electronics Forum | Wed Apr 27 04:49:16 EDT 2011 | geb
Hi Does anyone place the Rebel ES? It is the same as a Rebel except it has a raised bit near the edge of the flat area. I normally pick up the Rebel in the flat area using an 0805 style nozzle (Samsung CP45 CN065) but this raised bit makes it unrelia
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 12 15:41:13 EDT 2010 | cusackmusic
Depends on what you mean by full speed. We run them Full Speed on our Quad IIC, and IVC. But those aren't as fast as newer machines. I assume there is a speed at which the vacuum just won't be able to hold on anymore.
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 01 02:27:35 EDT 2010 | sibbe
Thank u for al of the reactions. I'm wondering if there are other manufacturers that use rectangular nozzle's. Because when I look at the LED when it's in the reel, I doubt it could get picked up like that. I seriously doubt that there is anyone he