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Entry  Sat Mar 9 11:38:10 2013, Evan, DailyProgress, Vacuum, Cavities inserted; chamber pumping down 
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       Reply  Wed Mar 13 10:50:31 2013, Koji, DailyProgress, Vacuum, Cavities inserted; chamber pumping down 
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Message ID: 1116     Entry time: Wed Mar 13 10:50:31 2013     In reply to: 1114     Reply to this: 1117
Author: Koji 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: Vacuum 
Subject: Cavities inserted; chamber pumping down 

The gap at the frange is OK as long as the gasket is evenly squeezed.

1. It the pressure still improving? => Your cavity is still out gassing.

2. Fasten the screws little more (not too much) for these two franges.
    => If there is any improvement there is some leakage.
    => If not, this is just a outgas from your cavity.

Do you think your black plastic pieces are vacuum compatible? Are they made of Delrin?

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