[Histonet] RE: Histonet Digest, Vol 35, Issue 2

From:"Jerry Helisek"

Raymond A. Lamb, UK;  based in the UK would have many alternatives to choose from.  Please feel free to contact Dr. Neil Haine (neil@ralamb.com) or see www.ralamb.com.

I hope that helps!  Have a great day!

Jerry Helisek 
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Message: 5
Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2006 10:40:29 +0100
From: "Finlay Finlay" 
Subject: [Histonet] cassette pens
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Hi Histonetters,

This posting is for everyone who uses pens to mark histology cassettes.

When we tried to replace our favourite Statmark pens, we discovered that we had to order them through Fisher in USA ( we are in Glasgow,
Scotland) and would have to wait for weeks for the order to come through.

In the meantime we ordered Secureline from VWR and they faded very badly!

Good old fashioned pencil would have been better.

Searching Histonet archives I found many complaints about these pens, and decided to complain to the manufacturer , Precision Dynamics. Their international sales  coordinator , Ariane Bras has passed my comments on , but I wondered if anyone else who has had problems with these markers would send their views to her [abras@pdc-europe.com] maybe if enough people complain, they will make pens that are fit for purpose.

We have now got our Statmark delivery from Fisher, it came through quite quickly,

But does anyone know where to buy these in the UK?

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