Scientists Empowering Scientists: General Maintenance on Your Sutter Pipette Pullers & Combining Imaging with Patch Clamp
For over 45 years, Sutter Instrument has designed and produced electro-mechanical and optical instrumentation that helps scientists push the limits. In our popular series of free webinars and user meetings with tutorial presentations, we provide step-by-step guidance to the new researcher as well as advanced tips and tricks for the experienced user.
- General Maintenance on Your Sutter Pipette Pullers
Adair Oesterle, Support Engineer
- Light Up Your Experiment!
Telly Galiatsatos, Product Engineer
Jan Dolzer, Product Manager Patch Clamp Systems
Cleaning the V groove bearings on a Sutter Instrument micropipette puller
In the first talk of this webinar, we will talk about general maintenance on your Sutter Instrument filament- or laser-based puller, model P-97, P-1000 or P-2000. We will present DOs and DON'Ts, discuss selection of the right puller for your application, how programming approaches differ between the filament- and laser-based pullers, and show you a few not so well-known tricks that your P-2000 Puller is capable of. The second talk will feature the Lambda 421 Optical Beam Combining System, and how it can be controlled by SutterPatch® electrophysiology software for efficient experimental workflow.
Beam paths in the Lambda 421 Optical Beam Combining System
Each talk will be about 20 minutes long, and there will be a combined Q&A session at the end of the webinar. Questions that cannot be addressed during the live webinar will be answered by email. Each registrant will receive a notification when the webinar recording is available on the Sutter Instrument YouTube channel.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. View System Requirements