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OpenFuge [Project]
posted October 22 2013 11:30.16 by spic0m

The OpenFuge is a relatively low cost open-source centrifuge for DIY biolabs and biohackers. It primarily uses commercial off the shelf parts with a few custom electronics. It aims to enable anyone to perform biological experiments, not just those with access to specialized labs.

Specs (Observed):
G-Force: 6000 G's
RPM: 9000 RPM
Size (closed lid): 15cm x 24cm x 20cm
Weight: 1.6 kg
Power Source: Four 18650 Lithium cells
Material Costs: $200

Adjustable speed and power
Can hold up to 4 Eppendorf tubes
Safety Interlock
Live RPM monitor and countdown

[Link: instructables]

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