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thermal_evaporator [2010/03/01 13:07]
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thermal_evaporator [2010/03/01 13:14] (current)
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   *Turn up the voltage on the power supply in small increments, and wait about a minute in between increments. Keep increasing the voltage until the desired deposition rate is achieved. ​   *Turn up the voltage on the power supply in small increments, and wait about a minute in between increments. Keep increasing the voltage until the desired deposition rate is achieved. ​
     * Good deposition rate = 1 Angstrom per second     * Good deposition rate = 1 Angstrom per second
 +    * Expect the pressure to go up. After the evaporation the pressure should actually drop below the value when you started.
   *Turn on power to shutter mechanism   *Turn on power to shutter mechanism
   *Acting quickly, open the shutter and press '​zero'​ to zero the thickness gauge. ​   *Acting quickly, open the shutter and press '​zero'​ to zero the thickness gauge. ​

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