We use the Isomet Low Speed Saw from Beuhler. It's easy and safe to use
and causes little artefact in the bone. It has a water reservoir so
there is little dust produced, though it does splash a little sometimes.
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>Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 10:18:31 -0500
>From: Jackie M O'Connor
>Subject: [Histonet] Bone Saws
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>Does anyone have a suggestion for a good electric bone saw for
>My intent is to trim un-decalcified bone to 3mm to facilitate/speed up
>Are there any rules governing bone dust? I remember years ago, a
>pathologist complaining that anything but a hacksaw creating a burning
>artifact in the bone.
>Any thoughts on this?
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