Local companies race to build virus test kit machine
Lanco Integrated employees worked two shifts, 22 hours a day, on the assembly floor at Lanco. “They were building before all the parts arrived,” said Rollins, who logged 12 to 15 hours daily.
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“When the request came in for the spin column machine to be ready in eight weeks, I immediately thought this is crazy,” said Jake Rollins, a Lanco engineer. “We can’t build a machine in eight weeks. But then my next thought was, ‘There has to be a way to do it.” Read the FullRead More...
Inside Lanco Integrated in Westbrook, they’ve been working around the clock to put the finishing touches on a machine that will be able to produce 1 million coronavirus testing kits per week for a company in Maryland…. Click for fullRead More...