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I have been using the shandon cassette labeler at my present job, I like it 
but only because I do research work and can take the time to fool with it. 
When I was working at a hospital with a work load of 250-350 blocks  on an 
average a day there iI would not have been able to keep up with a labeler, 
that is where the good old marker came in handy. And yes in research just the 
other day the pathologist wanted me to make the cassette with  R  for right  
and L for Left and the abc's on the machine wouldn't go up that far. I 
personally wouldn't want to deal with it in a hospital lab where you are 
pushed to the limit on every second. I hope this answered your question . 
Good luck.
sandi miller
gov't research

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