[Histonet] Microtome Cleaning Company and What to do with Old Metal Blades
jriggleman at globusmedical.com
Wed Oct 26 15:25:01 CDT 2016
I send mine out to IMEB in California. You may be able to sell the blades on Ebay.
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From: Michelle Aono [mailto:aonomic at auburn.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 10:56 AM
To: histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Microtome Cleaning Company and What to do with Old Metal Blades
Can anyone suggest a good company that works on old microtomes? Ours is not broken, it's just in need of some TLC. Also, what is a reasonable price for such work (we have a RJ 2040)?
Also, we have a lot of the old metal blades that you have to sharpen. Any suggestions on how to sell, donate, recycle such items? Do people even use these anymore? I would hate to have them thrown out.
Michelle (Shelly) Aono
Research Associate II
107B/124 Greene Hall
Auburn University, Dept of APP
Auburn, AL 36849
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