OpenLH is an open and affordable liquid handling system based on an available robotic arm platform (uARM swift Pro).
The liquid handling system is fabricated using 3D printed parts, a modified pipette and commercially available parts. It allows mixing liquids and printing with them on any surface (agar, fabrics, gels, plastics, wood..). A range of custom interfaces – from coding, through block based coding to biological matter printing of images, allows access for new audiences to advanced liquid handling.
Documentaries, videos and podcasts
OpenLH: Open Liquid-Handling System for Creative Experimentation With Biology
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