box change

Mahnaz Mansourpour mahnaz at stanford.edu
Thu Jan 4 11:20:56 PST 2007


To all,

Just lift the box up and the weight should tell you if there is a 
cassette in or not.

mahnaz



jim kruger wrote:

>The only disadvantage I see so far is that is it is
>more difficult to tell if there is a wafer cassette
>inside the blue boxes without opening. 
>
> I propose that everyone adopt the convention that 
>
>"upside down = empty"
>
>So put an empty blue box down with the labeled top
>down. This will help reduce opening many boxes to find
>a teflon carrier.
>
>jim
>--- Mahnaz Mansourpour <mahnaz at snf.stanford.edu>
>wrote:
>
>  
>
>>Hello all,
>>
>>
>>Happy new year
>>
>>We have changed the look and color of the boxes in
>>the litho area ( new 
>>fashion)
>>The new boxes are blue and easy to open and the most
>>important reason 
>>that i went through the change is that you do not
>>need to take the 
>>teflon cassette out of the  box, just open the lid
>>and transfer wafers 
>>to or from the cassette.
>>Remember as before the boxes should NOT go  in to
>>any of the OVENS.
>>Comments and suggestions are welcome and I hope this
>>make life little 
>>easier.
>>
>>mahnaz
>>
>>    
>>
>
>
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