Yes, Scinomix offers demos for potential customers. We will set up a time that works best for you, schedule the demo, and bring our equipment to your facility for a product demonstration! Interested in a demo? Contact us to book your demo today!
We have many customers who integrate our equipment. Currently machines that are capable of being integrated are the SOLO, MP2 and BB Dropper.
Our machines are flexible and can be configured to almost any type of tube. If you aren’t sure whether or not your tube will work with our equipment, please send us a sample and we will test it here in house!
0.5 mL to 50 mL
425 tubes per hour
1.) Load the labels, making sure that you hold the roll together as you position it over the spindle. Make sure the print head is open by turning the green knob 90 degrees counterclockwise.
2.) Feed the labels through the print head, making sure they are positioned under the red adjustable guide and through the red gap sensor.
3.) Thread the labels behind the peel plate, making sure they go behind the roller, not between the roller and the blow tube.
4.) Insert the label liner behind one of the retaining pegs on the take up reel. Turn the take up reel counterclockwise to wind the labels through the system.
5.) Wind the green knob on the spindle counterclockwise to expand the spindle (this helps release the use labels from the spindle the next time they need to be changed).
6.) After winding a few labels through the printer, making sure they move freely, close the pinch roller at the front of the machine, and then close the head.
7.) To thread the labels through the tensioner, push back on the rear most roller to open a gap between the two rollers and drop the labels into the gap.
Yes. Not only can the Sci-Print VX2 label, uncap and cap tubes, but it can also fill tubes by easily attaching a peristaltic pump to the system. The tubes are labeled and filled at the same time and placed back into the rack.
Yes. We use Computype TS818 labels that can withstand cold temperatures as low as -196 degrees and as hot as 120 degrees.
1.) Before removing the gripper fingers, press the “e-stop” button and move the arm to a good accessible position.
2.) Reset the “e-stop” while holding the arm at the desired position
3.) Using a flat-ended Allen Wrench, remove each of the screws that hold the grippers onto the gripper actuator. If the head of the screw looks worn, replace it.
4.) To reinstall the grippers, simply reverse this process. Do not over tighten the screws or they may strip, or the heads may become rounded. Depending upon the type of gripper being fitted, different holes and screw sizes may be used.