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Clean Room Plans


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Clean room plans

Clean Room Plans

Monday, August 23, 2004


--- Hybrids

--- Frames

--- Sensors

Modules


Storage plan

Storage Plan

  • Hybrid inspection and plating in small clean room (to make more space in testing room)

    • Hybrid boxes will be labeled with batch number

    • Plated hybrids stored in big clean room

    • Bonded and tested hybrids stored in testing room

  • Sensors will have dedicated cabinet in clean room

  • Frames will be stored in anteroom cabinet

  • Tested modules will be moved to high bay daily and stored there until rod assembly

    • Fast track modules will have separate holding area in a cabinet in high bay

Prepared by: Kirsten Affolder, UCSB


Shipping receiving duties

Shipping/Receiving Duties

  • Unpack, sort, store all components

  • Prepare components for production

    • Inspect and plate hybrids

    • Inspect and barcode frames

    • Sort and pair sensors

  • Transport modules in and out of clean room (for gluing, testing, rod assembly)

  • Gluing modules in small clean room

  • Stock gantry cabinet with one week’s production components

  • Prepare all shipments (e.g., TEC modules to Europe)

Prepared by: Kirsten Affolder, UCSB


To do list

To-Do List

  • Order 3 more cabinets and some extra shelves

  • Move small cabinets out of clean room into anteroom

  • Remove printer and set up computer in anteroom

  • Move hybrid inspection materials to small clean room

  • Build cart for transporting modules in and out of clean room

  • Rearrange some clean room and testing room cabinets

  • Set up inventory database of usable-only components

Prepared by: Kirsten Affolder, UCSB