Plexus to Commercially Manufacture Microsaic's Miniature Mass Spectrometer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Microsaic Systems and Plexus today announced an agreement for the commercial manufacturing of Microsaic's 4000MiD miniature mass spectrometry system.

The instrument was launched in March 2013 and Plexus was chosen for its expertise with complex sub-assemblies and its ability to provide engineering solutions to support current and future product developments. Microsaic also sought to keep production close to its own facility in Surrey, UK.

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