Daniel Kurnianto | Designing High Precision Mechanisms in Laboratory Settings, Laziness and Automation

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Daniel Kurnianto

Who is Daniel Kurnianto?

Daniel Kurnianto‘s F.A.S.T. Liquid Handling Automation Positive Displacement Pipette Tips device captivated me and prompted me to invite him to the podcast. We also discussed how he was able to turn his great ideas into real-world practices while maintaining the highest standards of quality

Meanwhile, Daniel is the Product Manager Owner and R&D Senior Mechanical Design Engineer at lab equipment & automation.

Listen to this episode, after that you may also watch his automated Displacing Pipette Tip device here.

Interviewed by Rafael Testai.

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