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Physiological Chamber 90D Eco

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OK, so maybe the Eco version of the 60D Physiological Bath is not much of a money saver since it's so small but check out the Savings on this one compared to the regular 90D!!! Quite Economic! The difference in material volume is substancial. I modeled this version to 3D print it on my B9Creator but I can't manage to get good results with transparent materials and I'd like to find an acrylic based resin. This model offers the same features than the regular version depite being a little more fragile, just don't throw it on the ground... Again, you can do experiments on cell culture in one container, from the hood to the microscope. Simply stick a glass slide to the bottom with vacuum grease and maybe tigh it in place with the corresponding ''ring adapter'' you can find in my store, then you can incubate your cells in controled environement. Cover the central bath with a 35mm petri lid if it's plugged with perfusions or the whole thing with a 90mm petri lid and you can also stack them up. When your cells are ready you can train them, stimulate them observe them or whatever. Other than physiology or bioengineering, you can do Chemical engineering, you have 2 capillary channels for solution exchange or flow, big channel for temperature control, M6 threaded holes to mount whatever you might need like thermometer, electrodes, laser, ultrasound, radiation, etc instruments. More than 3 000$ worth of equipement gathered in one simple piece of acrylic!
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