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Precisionary Instruments Will Be at the 2023 NSH Convention

Published on July 24, 2023


Join Precisionary Instruments at Booth #1418 – Explore Our Vibratomes and Microtomes at NSH 2023

Precisionary Instruments is thrilled to announce our participation at the upcoming 2023 National Society of Histotechnology (NSH) Conference, taking place from September 8-12, 2023 in Baltimore, MD. We invite you to visit us at Booth #1418, where we will showcase our cutting-edge vibratomes and microtomes used for histology and pathology research.

At Precisionary Instruments, we understand the importance of precise and reliable tissue sectioning for your research needs. Our innovative product line includes vibratomes and microtomes that offer exceptional performance, accuracy, and ease of use. Whether you are working with delicate tissue samples or require high-throughput sectioning, our instruments are designed to meet your specific requirements.

But that’s not all! As a token of our appreciation, we will be giving away adorable stuffed toy keychains to visitors at our booth. These cute and collectible keychains will serve as a reminder of your visit and our commitment to providing high-quality products and exceptional customer service.



Don’t miss the opportunity to explore our entire product line and witness firsthand how our vibratomes and microtomes can enhance your histology and pathology research. Our knowledgeable team will be available to provide live demonstrations, answer your questions, and discuss how Precisionary Instruments can contribute to the success of your projects.

Remember to mark your calendars for [Conference Dates] and make your way to Booth #1418 at the NSH Conference. Come and discover the Precisionary Instruments difference!

To learn more about our products and services before the conference, please visit our website at We look forward to meeting you and discussing your research needs.

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