Subject: Raith Status end of day WED SEPT. 21, 2005 18:00 hours SYSTEM IS UP AND AVAILABLE AFTER YESTERDAY' S POWER FAILURE.
From: James Conway <jwc@snf.stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 18:16:03 -0700
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 18:16:03 -0700
Greetings Raith Users:

Yesterday the power failure and electrical storm brought down all of our 
ebeam tools including the RAITH 150 system.  Loss of water cooling 
caused the Raith 150 system to move into safe standby mode.  The gun 
section column chamber valve closed and it maintained vacuum, but the 
system chamber rose to the upper 10E-004 mbar pressure.  I took three 
hours to pump down and about four hours for beam emission to stabilize.  
We were back up at midnight last night.

This morning I performed a system qualification and PCM test of the 
RAITH system and it passed all quality points:

Std. sample holder on Stage with piezo's in centered position measured 
delta WD of 60 um.  This sample holder leveled using  the 
100MM_Std.SAMPLE_Holder file rendered level to 67 um.  Users are 
encouraged to use the system centering defaults and to not attempt to 
level small pieces on the Std. sample holder.

DEMO and Single Pixel Lines patterns were run and everything appears 
excellent under 1000 X optical Microscope.  Single Pixel Lines are below 
the diffraction limit on the microscope so we will SEM this sample after 
metallization.

Write Field to Write Field Stitching is excellent and below what I can 
measure using the stitching verniers.  (< 5 nm mean)

System and Gun section Vacuum levels are near where they were before the 
power failure. FE-GUN emission is stable and returning to normal levels 
this afternoon.

System is available to all users and there is open time available on 
tonight's overnight schedule.

Current exposure on the system ends at about 19:30 hours.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Re: Problem raith SNF 2005-09-20 16:53:06: DOWN AND OFF LINE 
THROUGH MIDNIGHT WED.
Date: 	Wed, 21 Sep 2005 14:43:49 -0700
From: 	jwc@snf.stanford.edu
To: 	raith-pcs@snf.stanford.edu



SYSTEM CHECK OUT OK SINGLE PIXEL LINES AND ALL DOSES NORMAL. GOOD BEAM EMISSION STABILITY
JWC



Greetings Raith Users:

Yesterday the power failure and electrical storm brought down all of our ebeam tools including the RAITH 150 system.  Loss of water cooling caused the Raith 150 system to move into safe standby mode.  The gun section column chamber valve closed and it maintained vacuum, but the system chamber rose to the upper 10E-004 mbar pressure.  I took three hours to pump down and about four hours for beam emission to stabilize.  We were back up at midnight last night.

This morning I performed a system qualification and PCM test of the RAITH system and it passed all quality points:

Std. sample holder on Stage with piezo's in centered position measured delta WD of 60 um.  This sample holder leveled using  the 100MM_Std.SAMPLE_Holder file rendered level to 67 um.  Users are encouraged to use the system centering defaults and to not attempt to level small pieces on the Std. sample holder.

DEMO and Single Pixel Lines patterns were run and everything appears excellent under 1000 X optical Microscope.  Single Pixel Lines are below the diffraction limit on the microscope so we will SEM this sample after metallization.

Write Field to Write Field Stitching is excellent and below what I can measure using the stitching verniers.  (< 5 nm mean)

System and Gun section Vacuum levels are near where they were before the power failure. FE-GUN emission is stable and returning to normal levels this afternoon.

System is available to all users and there is open time available on tonight's overnight schedule.

Current exposure on the system ends at about 19:30 hours.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Problem raith SNF 2005-09-20 16:53:06: DOWN AND OFF LINE THROUGH MIDNIGHT WED.
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 14:43:49 -0700
From: jwc@snf.stanford.edu
To: raith-pcs@snf.stanford.edu


SYSTEM CHECK OUT OK SINGLE PIXEL LINES AND ALL DOSES NORMAL. GOOD BEAM EMISSION STABILITY
JWC