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  • "I feel compelled to leave a strong recommendation for potential purchasers of the Mantis. We have now implemented the Mantis into our everyday workflow for assay development. The software is easy to use and allows us to quickly set up DOEs with varying concentrations of reagents and directed to appropriate wells. We have also been extremely efficient in showing the feasibility of smaller volume reactions using the Mantis, with several assays moving from using the higher volume diaphram to the smaller volume diaphram and decreasing the size of reaction from 5uL to 500nL - huge cost savings!!!! Plus money we save from not losing valuable reagents is also a huge plus, the low dead volume alone makes this a great purchase. We give the Mantis our highest recommendation."

    - Bryan Witherbee

  • "The Tempest has been a great addition to our lab and has already saved us a ton of time and money. We started off with a beta version of the instrument and the team over at Formulatrix worked extremely hard to incorporate most of our suggestions in the final product. It has been a pleasure working with them."


  • "We picked the Tempest because of the following reasons:
    1. Tempest offers automated dispensing for uniform and quick cell seeding. It also eliminates human error.
    2. The Tempest has a smaller dead volume than the MultiDrop Combi. This helps us save on the volume of precious reagents such as certain cell types or transfection reagent.
    3. The Tempest offers a gentle dispensing force and gentle movement of stage compared to MultiDrop Combi. The Tempest is more suitable for dispensing other reagents downstream like PFA, triton and antibody. Cells don’t get dislodged so much due to the dispensing force. The gentle stage movement minimizes uneven cell distribution in wells due to plate jerking.
    4. Ability to dispense small volumes accurately."

    A*Star Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology