A reminder to all Karl Suss coater/developer users.

Michael Robles michael.robles at asml.com
Fri Sep 19 09:31:49 PDT 2008


After an incident yesterday I feel the need to remind everyone...
 
I realize that you may be in a hurry to get your coated or developed
wafers.  But one of the worst things you can do to the software is to
remove your cassette before all of your scheduled wafers are returned.
If you do this wafers can get lost, pins can be in the wrong position,
and just general annoyance.  It can take a long time to recover from
this.
 
Wait until the report screen comes up before you remove your cassette.
 
Thank you,
Michael


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