[Histonet] Slide and cassette printers?

Roberta Horner rjr6 <@t> psu.edu
Wed Sep 17 07:20:11 CDT 2014

I use the Brady system and I like it a lot.  I work in a small animal diagnostic lab and will have 60-80 blocks on most days.  It saves me time and even better I don't have to read my writing in the morning.  I use it for the cassettes and slides mainly but I label reagents I mix with it to.  I find it very versatile.
Roberta Horner HT/HTL
Animal Diagnostic Lab
Penn State University

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Subject: [Histonet] Slide and cassette printers?

What are all of you using these days?  What would be good for a small histo lab that has the potential to grow?  (I am already aware of what Leica and Thermo have from the archives here, but I am still interested in your opinions, of course.)  Has anyone tried the printers, labels and attachment machine from Brady?

Thank you all so much,

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