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OpenSampler: OpenSource autosampler for use in laboratory

Discussion in 'Other Builds' started by north90, Nov 9, 2014.

  1. north90

    north90 Well-Known
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    north90 published a new build:

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  2. Steve123

    Steve123 Journeyman
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    A very interesting build North90. I was thinking of something similar to your autosampler to drop droplets of epoxy or silicone in various patterns to create unique textures. I'd really like to see a video of this in action.
     
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  3. chris nichols

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    we have a auto-sampler as well setup with a icp-oes machine this would be cool to see setup and running? please shoot a video??
     
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  4. PAULE

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    NICE-GREAT IDEA
    GOOD JOB
     
  5. Colin Russon

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    Excellent build. Very exciting to see something entirely different on the site!
     
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  6. north90

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    Thanks for all the great responses!
    I do think OpenSource has a great future in science, and science has a great need of OpenSource!
    I will shoot some videos and pictures of OpenSampler in action with our Isotopic gas analyzers.
    Also I will disassemble and reassemble the whole system to take pictures of all steps and parts.
     
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  7. Scott2001

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    Fantastic work... "Also I will disassemble and reassemble the whole system to take pictures of all steps and parts." --> this would be great, the more detailed, the better! Were all the parts commercially available?
     
  8. north90

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    There are about 8 custom made aluminum plates. I cut them on a diy cnc router.
     
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    Very cool!
     
  10. Giarc

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    This is awesome! Gonna put Perkin-Elmer out of business. ;)
     

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