[Histonet] RE: 820 microtome service
Barbara.Stancel <@t> fsis.usda.gov
Thu Feb 12 06:35:22 CST 2009
Carolyn, Try Klaus Dern, MicroPrecision Co. 706-635-8840. He is located in North Georgia. He has been keeping our Leitz 1512s well tuned and working perfectly for nearly 30 years. I know he works on a lot of different microtomes and microscopes, and he is very good, on time, and reasonably priced. I am not positive he does 820s, but it wouldn't surprise me if he did. If he doesn't he will know someone who does. You may have to leave a message. He is his only employee.
And tell him "Barbara from FSIS in Athens" says, "Hi, see you in May or June for our yearly checkup!"
Barbara Stancel, HTL(ASCP)HT
USDA, FSIS, EL, Pathology
Athens, Georgia 30605
706-546-3698 or 706-546-3556
barbara.stancel <@t> fsis.usda.gov
Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2009 13:47:31 -0500
From: Caroline Bass <cbass <@t> wfubmc.edu>
Subject: [Histonet] AO 860 repairman in NC?
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I have refurbished an old AO 860 sliding microtome. I¹m pretty proud of
myself, I¹ve unlocked the totally gummed mechanism and have put it together
myself. It seems to work very well. The only problem I have is tuning the
sliding block. I have no idea how to approach it, and after several failed
attempts (I can get it to slide down the length, but can¹t achieve a smooth
movement), I¹m wondering if it¹s better to find a repairman in the area that
can spend an hour showing me how to do this.
Does anyone have suggestions? Do you know of any repairmen in the area?
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