Whether your histology lab's cassette printing needs include reliability, fast print speed, high scan rate, or low maintenance, the LaserTrack PH1 Laser Cassette Printer will enable you to print flawless barcoded tissue and biopsy cassettes from grossing through archiving. The LaserTrack PH1 Cassette Printer uses advanced laser technology to create the precise, clean edges and clear lines a barcode requires and produce permanent and indelible printing that survives the harshest of histology processes.
The LaserTrack PH1 Cassette Printer prints high-resolution text and barcodes on the face of the cassette, in batch mode or on demand at a rate of one every 3-4 seconds. The PH cassette is all that is required - no foil tape, light bulbs, ink cartridges, printheads, filters or other ancillary consumables are needed to print cassettes.
Many histology labs are implementing barcode-based identification and tracking of specimens in order to streamline workflows, enhance productivity and specimen traceability, and reduce or eliminate errors.
An efficient barcode tracking system depends on barcoded tissue cassettes that are scannable. If the barcodes on the cassettes won’t scan, the process is interrupted, workflow bottlenecks occur, and the integrity of the data can be compromised.
For barcoded cassettes that are highly legible and deliver high scan rates, laser is the best and most preferred printing technology. The LaserTrack PH1 cassette printer’s laser printing technology consistently and reliably produces sharp, crisp text and 2D barcodes that are permanent and deliver nearly perfect scan rates.
I manage a Hospital Histology Lab, and we replaced a much larger cassette printer with the LaserTrack PH1. With the quick print speed and the small footprint, it prints the same amount of cassettes in a much smaller workspace. In the three months we have been using this unit, the scan rate has been 100% at the grossing station, embedding station and the microtomy station, which means those 7,000+ blocks have been scanned a total of more than 21,000 times with no fails. I think that’s just phenomenal! We’re now adding this cassette printer to our lab, and I would recommend it to histology labs of all sizes.”