Re: cassettes

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From:Erwin Haas <agoura@jps.net>
To:"Klemme, Nancy" <nancy.klemme@sakuraus.com>
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Date:Tue, 08 Jun 1999 19:45:27 -0700
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I do not understand what is going on. Every week some stupid question: pencils.
water bath ,blades etc. Most of you are lab Mgr. can you make a educated decision
on your own or you always have somebody make it for you? Get the #2,3, or any
pencil which works for you  clean the blades with any solvent  which removes the
oil, get any water bath which will do the job. Please make a decision and  get on
with it.
Erwin

Klemme, Nancy wrote:

> Thank you to users who shared the use of pencils for labeling their cassettes.
>
> Sakura is also able to support the use of pencils to hand label Tissue-Tek
> Cassettes.  Only Tissue-Tek Pencils have been tested by Sakura for labeling the
> Tissue-Tek Cassettes.
>
> Best regards,   Nancy
>
> Nancy Klemme, HT(ASCP)
> Customer/Product Support Mgr.
> Sakura Finetek USA, Inc.
> 1750  West 214th Street
> Torrance, CA  90501
>
> Web Page = www.sakuraus.com
> e-mail = nancy.klemme@sakuraus.com
> Phone = 800/725-8723
>
> ____________________Reply Separator____________________
> Subject:    Re: cassettes
> Author: "Histo-Scientific Research Laboratory" <histosci@shentel.net>
> Date:       6/8/99 12:41 PM
>
> From: Histo-Scientific Research Laboratory
> Date: Tue, Jun 8, 1999 12:41 PM
> Subject: Re: cassettes
> To: histoNet; WeissHouse
> Histonetters,
>
> Please listen when I tell you that a #2 lead pencil works best for
> processing cassettes!  I know it goes against everything you have learned
> over the years, you know how in the medical field you have to buy the
> highest priced items.  In this case, it is not true.  I wouldn't spend 50
> cents on a marking pen for cassettes.  A #2 lead pencil is the way to go.
> Can anyone back me up on this?  Give the pencil a try-you'll be happy you
> did!
>
> Tom Galati
> Histo-Scientific Research Labs.
> (540)856-2222
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WeissHouse@aol.com <WeissHouse@aol.com>
> To: Histonet <HistoNet@Pathology.swmed.edu>
> Date: Monday, June 07, 1999 11:06 PM
> Subject: cassettes
>
> >i have been hearing about cassette numbers washing off lately.  anyone else
> >having this problem?  what pen is being used by the majority of histonet
> >users? it seems that the cassettes from sakura are smoother than usual, any
> >response ? looking into marking systems. any suggestions?  are any of you
> >histonetters having this problem and what do you attribute to it ?
> >
>
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