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Fully Automated Tube Labeler: Sci-Print VX2

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The Sci-Print VX2 is an automated tube labeler that has the ability to label a variety of tubes including microtubes, cryovials and vacutainers ranging in size from 0.5 ml to 50 ml. The Sci-Print VX2 can also fill, uncap and cap a range of small vials and tubes.

Features

  • Uncapping and capping of screw top lids
  • Filling and cherry picking
  • Thermal transfer printer
  • Custom racks for tubes
  • 2D barcode scanner for reading data or label verification
  • Ability to handle honeycomb plates
  • Can operate stand alone or integrated into larger automated systems
  • CE certified

Benefits

  • Gives you significant walk-away time to attend to other important tasks in the lab
  • Reduces repetitive injuries from manual labeling
  • Eliminates human error
  • Consistency of label placement
  • Can handle multiple tube types with same system
  • Increases efficiency and productivity in the lab
Product Fully Automated Tube Labeler: Sci-Print VX2
Company Scinomix
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Scinomix
4069 Wedgeway Ct Earth City, MO 63045 USA

Tel: +1.314.298.9800
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Email: info@scinomix.com



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