A table-top system that can help you label 15 tubes in approximately 60 seconds
The Scinomix Sci-Print SOLO is the ultimate guiding system for your manual labelling processes. It helps you label tubes in a semi-automated way. The Sci-print SOLO works with a wide variety of tubes & vials, ranging from 0,5ml to 50 ml.
Do you fear that manually placing labels on your tubes will result in unreadable labels? With the Sci-Print SOLO, your labels get placed in a consistent way and location, eliminating crooked and unreadable labels.
the Sci-Print SOLO keeps it's performance
Where normally the semi-automated Sci-Print SOLO works as a stand-alone device, it can also be integrated into a fully automated system. It does so without losing its valuable labelling speed of 4 seconds per tube. The Sci-Print SOLO is commonly integrated into larger automated systems such as the Tecan EVO.
The ability to integrate the Sci-Print SOLO into third-party systems is great for labs and biobanks that are focused on high throughput and laboratory automation. Wonder what systems the Sci-Print SOLO has been integrated into before? Feel free to contact us.
With a wide variety of tracking codes
The Sci-Print SOLO works with a wide variety of tubes from different brands. It works with vials and tubes ranging from 0.5 mL up to 50 mL (8mm to 29mm diameter).
The SOLO can also print different texts and codes on your sample. These are the symbologies you will receive on the standard Sci-Print SOLO:
With the Sci-Print SOLO, users can consistently place labels on tubes.
With the Sci-Print SOLO, users can eliminate errors from hand-labeling tubes in the lab.
The Sci-Print SOLO can be used as a stand-alone device or be integrated into a third-party system.
The Sci-Print SOLO includes a user-friendly, Windows based software that simplifies the labeling process.
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