Subject: Re: My 5 mm elevated Headway chick for small samples is missing == please return.
From: James Conway <jwc@snf.stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 09:22:46 -0800
Wed, 12 Nov 2008 09:22:46 -0800
The missing chuck has been returned to me.

Thank you for the quick response

James

James Conway wrote:
>
> Good Morning,
>
> Yesterday it came to my attention that a custom 5 mm Headway chuck 
> which is designed for working on small pieces was taken from my dry 
> box and  not returned to there after usage. It was likely taken last 
> Thursday night or Friday. This chuck has a 5 mm circular elevated mesa 
> on it so as to not get resist building up in the corners of a piece 
> and provides a valuable solution for our EBL users.
>
> This is very poor behavior and several users now cannot spin uniform 
> thin films on their pieces.  If you used this chuck and forgot to 
> return it please do so immediately.  If in the course of your work in 
> the cleanroom you come across it please return it to me.
>
> HENCEFORTH NO ENGINEERING MATERIALS WILL BE LOANED OR MAY BE BORROWED 
> FROM MY DRY BOX STORAGE OR THE EBEAM LAB AREA PERIOD WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.
>
> Users will need to order their own headway fixtures, and obtain their 
> own substrates, syringes, and filters from the SNF Stockroom.
>
> Thank  you,
>
> James Conway
>
>
>
>


The missing chuck has been returned to me.

Thank you for the quick response

James

James Conway wrote:

Good Morning,

Yesterday it came to my attention that a custom 5 mm Headway chuck which is designed for working on small pieces was taken from my dry box and  not returned to there after usage. It was likely taken last Thursday night or Friday. This chuck has a 5 mm circular elevated mesa on it so as to not get resist building up in the corners of a piece and provides a valuable solution for our EBL users.

This is very poor behavior and several users now cannot spin uniform thin films on their pieces.  If you used this chuck and forgot to return it please do so immediately.  If in the course of your work in the cleanroom you come across it please return it to me.

HENCEFORTH NO ENGINEERING MATERIALS WILL BE LOANED OR MAY BE BORROWED FROM MY DRY BOX STORAGE OR THE EBEAM LAB AREA PERIOD WITH NO EXCEPTIONS.

Users will need to order their own headway fixtures, and obtain their own substrates, syringes, and filters from the SNF Stockroom.

Thank  you,

James Conway