Detector Documentation

At this time I plan to machine/manufacture a Thermoconductivity Detector.

We have lots of milling and machining equipment here at TX/Rx Labs and electronics equipment.

I think this is my best option at the start.

Please post any replies/comments you feel appropriate. I am open to any/all suggestions/advice.

THANKS!

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15+ yrs experienced chemical technologist in R&D and Analytical departments while being employed by Shell Development, Chevron Chemical, and Dow Chemical. I am endeavoring to develop a line of open-source laboratory equipment.

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