Re: [Histonet] Sakura coverslipper Model 6400

From:Lori Richey

The glass coverslipper works well.It  requires daily cleaning, whether 
it is alarming or not.  If the maintenance is done daily, its a good 
coverslipper.  The pathologists love the glass.  The plastic doesn't 
preserve the section very well.  Often times, the section will come off 
the slide onto the plastic coverslip after a few years. 

Angela Bitting wrote:

>Hi Histonetters,
>
>I'm demoing this automated glass coverslipper for two weeks. The person who currently repairs (frequently) my tape coverslippers said "if I think I have problems  now, moving to a glass coverslipper will be even worse".
>
>What are your opinions?
>
>Thanks,
>Angie
>
>Angela Bitting, HT(ASCP)
>Technical Specialist, Histology
>Geisinger Medical Center 
>100 N Academy Ave. MC 23-00
>Danville, PA 17822
>phone  570-214-9634
>fax  570-271-5916
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