[Histonet] High Profile Micrtome blades

HSRL histosci <@t> shentel.net
Tue Jun 13 10:52:09 CDT 2006


We bought about 30 packs of AccuEdge High profile blades back when we
used high profile blades.  If you are looking for a bargain on high
profile high end blades, we would be willing to sell you the rest of our
AccuEdge for about 1/2 the price we paid just to get rid of them.  We
paid nearly $100 per pack of 50, we would be willing to sell them to you
for $50 per pack.  

If that is appealing to you, let me know.  I can send you a left over
pack  to see how you like them.  Let me know what you think.

Have a good day,


Beth Poole
HSRL, Inc.- A GLP Compliant Contract Laboratory
5930 Main Street
Mount Jackson, Virginia  22842
beth <@t> hsrl.org

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Heather.A.Harper <@t> pcola.med.navy.mil
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 10:22 AM
To: Histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] High Profile Micrtome blades

  I have a Leica Microtome 2235. Currently I am using the Leica 818 high
profile blades, and they are terrible. They become dull immediately,
down my cutting, because it seems I am changing the blade for every
block I
cut. Does anyone know of a good high profile blade? I was told the high
profile blade by DuraEdge is good. Any feedback would be appreciated.



Heather A. Harper

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