110C postbake set to 180C

Sharleen Beckwith beckwith at snf.stanford.edu
Fri Feb 1 16:04:58 PST 2002

I seem to remember the rule being that if you need a different temp
in one of the litho ovens, you change the SINGE temp. AND leave BIG a 
note on the door. That way you NEVER mess up someone else's resist.
The 90 and 110 oven temps are NEVER to be changed. Correct me if I
am wrong about this.

On Fri, 1 Feb 2002, Nabeel Ibrahim wrote:

> I came in this morning and found the 110C postbake at 180C.  I think I
> know who did this, but I would like to suggest that anyone who cranks
> up the temperature should, at the very least, tape a note to the oven
> door indicating that the temperature is set higher.  Ideally, the
> person should also set the temperature back down to 110C when finished.
> Nabeel

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