Z-Axis bracket, for mounting the 32 tip print head NEW!
Comments: Tip Holders The new tip holder accomodates 32 pins, and is designed for minimal friction and high precision. BasePlate The base plate accomodates 137 slides. The blank area
adjacent to the plate pocket is used for the blotting pad. You will notice
quarter-20 mounting holes tapped on the edges. These were originally for
bars which could be used to hold the slides in place . No one has used
this feature to date, and therefore you may save money and time by
omitting these taps. Hybridization Chamber
This design is nearly identical to our standard hyb chamber, originally
designed by D. Shalon, which used window channels to clamp the two halves
together. A friend in biotech showed us a derivative which used 4 nylon
screws instead of window channels. I've put 6 taps in this design to
assure sealing. The O-Rings you will need for this design are: "Buna-N
O-Rings, Dash Number: 039". These are available from McMasters, cat.
9452K342. ($12.50 for 100) Printing Tip Lots of stories
about this one. Be sure to check the Tip Gallery for a discourse on
printing tips, with plenty of design examples. Servo Plate
The three TQ-10 amplifiers and the ICM-1900 are mounted on this plate. The
plate not only serves to organize these components and provide a metric to
english conversion, but the plate also serves as an excellent heat sink.
This is obviously an optional component, but I highly recommend having
some common mounting surface electronics. Vendors: We use the following vendors for most of our custom
Majer Precision Engineering: (602) 777-8222 (Ask for Michael Majer Jr.)