Leave the SRDs in automatic mode ....

J Provine jprovine at stanford.edu
Sun Mar 13 08:55:26 PDT 2011


thanks, john.
now it is 1002.  co-labmembers, please pay attention to this.  as john
said:  If you can't reach resistivity in automatic mode, that should be
reported as a problem so that we can address the issue appropriately.

j

On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 7:12 PM, John Shott <shott at stanford.edu> wrote:

> wbdiff community:
>
> J Provine has written up a couple of problem reports in the past couple of
> days related to the SRD at wbdiff being left in manual, rather than
> automatic, mode.  Since very few of you actually receive the wbdiff-pcs
> email and many of you likely don't read problem reports in detail, I thought
> that it was appropriate to send these to the entire community.  I believe
> that J is correct that they should be left in automatic mode and that it
> should be the responsibility of folks running in manual mode to return them
> to automatic mode at the end of their usage.  If you can't reach resistivity
> in automatic mode, that should be reported as a problem so that we can
> address the issue appropriately.
>
>  for maybe the thousandth time i found the srd in manual mode.  it should
>> be in automatic mode, and if you needed to change it to manual to get your
>> wafers through you should report the issue with reaching resistivity and
>> then ALWAYS PUT IT BACK IN AUTO MODE.
>>
>
>  1001 times now.  get it together people.
>>
>>  Thanks for your attention to this matter,
>
> John
>
>
>
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