RE: Microtome Recommendation
|From:||"Dawson, Glen" <GDawson@Milw.Dynacare.com>|
Speaking of Microm.....has anyone heard about Lukas Microscopes getting out
of the Microm servicing busines in the WI, IL area? I don't know the
details but I do know that I have been happy with Lukas' service in the
past. Good servicing from a reputable vender is key and I am
hoping that we don't lose one of the good ones because of some of the
overzealous bean-counting that is running rampant through histo these days.
This does not please me.
From: Sharon Osborn [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2000 3:11 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Boneslides@aol.com
Subject: RE: Microtome Recommendation
Dianna, please check out the Microm automated microtome along with the
Leica. It also does the plastics you are wanting to do. Microm is now
distributed by Richard Allan as they purchased the company in the past
year. Sharon Osborn
> [Original Message]
> From: <Boneslides@aol.com>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Date: 12/15/00 8:27:11 AM
> Subject: Microtome Recommendation
> Good morning Histonetters:
> I've FINALLY gotten my boss to agree to purchase a microtome. I
> with a Leica rep a short time ago. Since I am in a research area, I need
> microtome that will allow me to cut paraffin (decals...some in regular
> cassettes, some over-sized in mega cassettes), as well as plastic
> (PMMA and Spurr's). He recommended the Leica RM 2155. The price will go
> and the rebate will end on December 31, so I don't have alot of time. I
> scheduled a demo for next week, but I was wondering if anyone has any
> experience with this machine and would like to offer their input...good
> and/or bad. Any other suggestions for me to try?
> Thanks for your help.
> Happy Holidays!!
> -Diane Mahovlic
> Orthopedic Pathology Laboratory
> The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
> Cleveland, Ohio
--- Sharon Osborn
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