This project illustrates one of our strengths - flexibility. We get consistant requests for variations on themes. Traditionally this has been the province of institutional glassblowing, and we have been happily occupying this niche since our inception. But getting it right the first time is non trivial.
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The imperative to get it right the first time is not only a cost issue for fabrication; the researcher is depending on this glassware to work. These cells are intended to be separated by membranes mounted on the NW glass flanges using NW hardware shown on the right. This particular iteration presents compound alignment issues in addition to clearance concerns.
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100ml media bottles and their off-the-shelf caps and septa, help keep the costs down.
And a check for clamp clearances when finally assembled is important to confirm before shipping half way around the world .