What if you never had to stick another label on a sample collection tube or microplate again?
More than 200 satisfied customers throughout the world, including pharmaceutical companies, the U.S. Army and sample identification labs, rely on TubeWriter™ 360 for vial and tube labeling for their critical sample identification assays because it can:
- Complete sample tube printing and microplate printing 80% faster than traditional methods.
- Create 2D data matrix and other barcodes for positive specimen identification.
- Easily integrate with LIMS, Excel or custom databases.
- Eliminate lab labels for sample identification forever.
Label Tubes and Microplates Faster
Whether your samples are in a small research lab or a large clinical study, you have a lot of tubes and microplates to label. Don’t let tube labeling become a bottleneck to groundbreaking research and new product development. You can cut labeling time by more than 80% when you use the TubeWriter™ 360 to print directly on these and other sample identification collection systems including:
- Matrix / micronic storage tubes
- Petri dishes
- Tissue culture flasks
- Anything that fits under the inkjet print head
Streamline Sample Identification Labeling
Eliminate the need for sticky labels in a dozen different sizes. Prevent sloppy, unreadable handwriting on important tube labels. Ensure positive specimen identification every time by adding standards-based barcodes to master cell bank vials, microplate assays, and more. Because the TubeWriter™ 360 is fast and easy to use, you can achieve all of this and more.
You can label up to 2,500 tubes in one hour by following a few simple steps:
- Load tubes into TubeWriter™ 360.
- Connect TubeWriter™ 360 to a computer.
- Print data from Microsoft Excel, comma delimited files, LIMS or your custom database.
Trust Our Durable Microplate and Tube Labeling
TubeWriter™ 360 prints directly onto virtually any tube or plate. The thermally stable vial and tube labeling ink can stand up to liquid nitrogen exposure and extreme temperatures, such as a -80 degree C (-112 degree F) freezer commonly used in sample identification lab storage.
The TubeWriter™ 360 uses well-tested, industrial inkjet technology. Because it does not use adhesives or stick-on vial labels, you don’t have to worry about lab labels hardening and coming off in cryogenic storage or during assay runs. And because there is no label, you can use automated handling racks for matrix/micronic tubes without worrying about time-consuming jams.
Add TubeWriter 360 to Your Sample Identification Lab
See why thousands of scientists and laboratory workers trust TubeWriter 360 for storage tube labeling. With its reliability, durability and flexibility, TubeWriter 360 will pay for itself. Let us show you how.