axiVEND and Let’s Go Robotics Announce Exclusive US Distribution Agreement for Precise Drop™ II and the upgraded BioRaptr 2.0

Fast reagent dispensing

“Precise Drop II and BioRaptr 2.0 retrofit has proven its value to organizations large and small, including installed systems at the National Institute of Health”

“We are excited to add Precise Drop II and BioRaptr 2.0 to our portfolio of best-in-class products for diagnostics and multiplex assays,” said axiVEND CEO Claude Dufresne PhD. “These products are ideal for organizations that need very fast reagent dispensing with high precision, performance, and advanced configurable software.”

Precise Drop II dispensers are compact, low cost and fully customizable, with advanced features for dispense on the fly and also dose response gradient dispensing. Available from 1 to 8 channels configuration, standard is 4 channels, the dispensers can be configured to integrate with robotic automation as needed. Each channel is an independently controlled micro valve, with a unique calibration for each channel, supplied by pressure delivery.

“Precise Drop II and BioRaptr 2.0 retrofit has proven its value to organizations large and small, including installed systems at the National Institute of Health,” said Let’s Go Robotics President and CEO Brian L. Ganz. “axiVEND is well positioned to accelerate adoption of Precise Drop II across the US, delivering substantial value to research, development, and testing efforts.”

Small volume precision dispensing is important in life science companies to conserve samples and develop better assays. The systems are used in genomic and proteomic research, drug discovery, mass spectrometry and screening assays. These systems eliminate inconsistency and spillage problems common in manual processes. Plate preparation with Master Mix in miniaturized PCR is a popular application.

For medical device (DX) applications, Precise Drop II enables low-cost, highly accurate and repeatable reagent dispensing. Applications include manufacturing of rapid test strips and other flow‐through wetted diagnostics kits.

-About Let’s Go Robotics Let’s Go Robotics Incorporated, founded in 2005, specializes in Life Science automation for the future. Our team focuses on system integration, custom engineering, and standard product development, leveraging our extensive experience in engineering and robotics. We are 100% committed to your success, delivering the laboratory automation or custom engineering you need to improve your efficiency. As experts in integrating complex systems involving motion control and instrumentation, our team can provide complete laboratory automation, custom engineering services, and everything in between. The LGR team consists of experienced Mechanical, Electrical, Software and Processing Engineers. Our expert team will integrate key technologies with your automation requirements to create a system that meets your needs now, with the flexibility to adapt for the future.

-About axiVEND Founded in 2019, axiVEND is built on the concept of truth in vending. From the Greek “axios” for truthfulness, axiVEND promises to provide only the very best solutions, with proven field performance, to the worlds of life sciences, diagnostics and multiplex testing in general. The current axiVEND portfolio encompasses products from best-in-class M2-Automation ultra-low volume high-precision liquid deposition spotters, the latest offerings in colorimetric and fluorescence multiplex array readers, and the next generation in label-free multiplex testing from Iris Kinetics. We also offer contract device development and manufacturing services. To support our very rapid growth, we recently moved into a new 6,000 SQF facility, and have been expanding our talented team.

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