Mathies:Drilling in BNC

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==Drilling in BNC==
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'''READ first'''
Make sure you have read the entire operation manual BEFORE asking for a training session with Erik Jensen. His email is erik_jensen [at] berkeley [dot] edu. You may have other options (easier ways) than using a CNC mill.
Make sure you have read the entire operation manual BEFORE asking for a training session with Erik Jensen. His email is erik_jensen [at] berkeley [dot] edu. You may have other options (easier ways) than using a CNC mill.
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==Preparation==
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Please refer to [[Mathies:Drilling a Glass Microfluidic Wafer]] in the Microfabrication in Microlab section.
==Procedure==
==Procedure==
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Please refer to the manual. You can download it here.  
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Please refer to the manual. You can download it here. [http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/ramgrp/protocol/CNCOperation.pdf CNC Operation]
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Please note the "home" and "seek home" do not work in the BNC because the triggers have not been placed correctly.
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*'''[[User:Samantha Cronier|Samantha Cronier]] 21:14, 12 April 2010 (EDT)''':

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Drilling in BNC

READ first

Make sure you have read the entire operation manual BEFORE asking for a training session with Erik Jensen. His email is erik_jensen [at] berkeley [dot] edu. You may have other options (easier ways) than using a CNC mill.

Preparation

Please refer to Mathies:Drilling a Glass Microfluidic Wafer in the Microfabrication in Microlab section.

Procedure

Please refer to the manual. You can download it here. CNC Operation

Please note the "home" and "seek home" do not work in the BNC because the triggers have not been placed correctly.


Contact

or instead, discuss this protocol.

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