Sensorica Physiological Bath

Sensorica Physiological Bath

Daniel Brastaviceanu
This is our new and improved 3D printed baht for special experiments with our Mosquito sensor. This model is a light version for renders and stuff, we 3D-print the real Bath from a SolidWorks model. It's got in-built channel for temperature control, 2X 1mm pipets for solution pumping in and out, with threaded holes for perfusion barbed fittings. Also has a 20X20mm glass slide glued at the bottom and 2X2X3mm prisms for stereo side views of the experiment. Also has 2 M3-threaded holes for optional pipets, perfusions, needles, electrodes, etc, on our Ara¨na micropositionner. We use this bath to feel muscular cell and myofibril contraction force and displacement with our optical-fiber-based transducer we call Mosquito, by changing solutions from neutral to activating to relaxing. You can use this bath for many purpuses or applications, it's got a 90mm diameter to fit any standard microscope stage or mounting frame, just like the most common petri dish. Original idea by physiologist, our biophysics specialist Ivan Pavlov, final design in collaboration. It looks like a UFO with the barbed fittings and I like the logos, it's amazing what we can do with 3D printing. You can download this model and 3D print it as light/free version but you can buy the smooth 3D printed Bath for 500$, click the ''S'' logo or the link below. #3D_printed #90mm #activation #bath #chemical #common #diameter #dish #like #petri #Sensorica
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