Motion solution selection is integral to laboratory fluid handling machinery, robotics and pipettors
8th December 2022
Ageing populations and the increase in preventative care have been primary catalysts for continual growth within medical research. In response to an increasing workload in laboratories, motorised tools and equipment are enabling scientists to cope with demands. While automated machinery and devices are increasing the speed and efficiency that scientists can prepare, manage, and analyse samples in the lab, the reliance on motion systems for accuracy and reliability means that selection of the right motor is vital.