3D printing for wet lab or research can be cost-saving and innovative.
|Gel Combs||Being able to customize, print and replace gel combs for only a few cents a comb can save time on your projects.|
Slide mounts /
|Can be a significantly cheaper than purchasing missing parts or buying custom.|
|Models||Having tangible 3D prints of a protein can help in understanding some of its structure. For example, we've printed recBCD in which the model clearly displayed the swinging arm of recB and is resting place when inactive.|
|Other custom designs||We're currently working on a custom imaging window for mice. A 3D-printed FDA-approved nylon would be used to replace the custom titanium ring that holds the glass slip. We're still working on this one.|
8-Well Standard Horizon Gel Comb
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Gel Comb in CAD
Active recBCD model
Inactive recBCD model