See What’s Going On!

Special thanks to museum volunteer Dick Webb! Visitors can now see the specimens as they are being prepared in the air abrasion chamber.  The previous commercial-grade unit kept workers from breathing the harmful dust created by the process, but it also kept visitors from seeing what we were doing in there.  That’s because the box was all metal except for the glass viewing window on the technician’s side.  With a collaborative design effort by Dick Webb, Lisa Herzog and the folks in the Exhibits department  here at the museum (who also built the box) we now have a fantastic custom built unit that allows viewing from both sides of the abrasion chamber.

Stop by and see what’s going on in the lab!  And see what’s going on INSIDE the micro-abrasion chamber for a change.

Abrasion box

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