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Precisionary Announcement: Retirement of Compresstome Vibrating Microtome Models VF-200-0Z, VF-300-0Z, and VF-700-0Z

Published on January 30, 2023

Hello everyone! We at Precisionary Instruments have an important announcement to make: Starting on January 1, 2022, we will discontinue the legacy Compresstome model line. This line includes the following models:

  • VF-200-0Z
  • VF-300-0Z and
  • VF-700-0Z

Instead, please take a look at our newer models: the Compresstome VF-500-0Z and VF-310-0Z.

Please note that we will still support all customers with legacy lines for accessories and consumables. For instance, we will continue to carry specimen tubes and kitsbuffer traysblade holders, and more for the legacy Compresstome models.

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