Diagnostic Membrane (Closeup)

Low-volume Dispensing

the key elements

Achieving great dispensing results is an interplay of several factors. When all factors are taken into account, the outcomes are remarkable.


The key elements of low-volume dispensing are the target substrate upon which the samples or liquids are dispensed, the samples or liquids themselves and how they are transferred from the source onto the target. We at M2-Automation have a deep understanding of those three elements and how they need to interact in order to achieve perfectly accurate results in the most efficient way possible.


Besides those key elements, there are several soft factors that make the use of our technology grow into a holistic concept. The first of these is our intuitive and user-friendly control software, which has a wealth of useful functions to make the dispensing process fully automated and reliable, making 100% quality control of all dispensed droplets not only a goal, but a reality.  


Configurable components, like germ-free humidity, temperature-controlled source and target area, integrated HEPA filter, are only a few of the available tools that serve to take your application to a higher level.

an animated robot hand squeezes a glass tube like a piezo actuator
Piezo-driven, non-contact dispensing basic principle


How we dispense, print, spot ultra-low volumes

a high-density microarray in an MTP bottom
low-volume dispensing into a 96 well MTP


The targets upon which we can dispense, print, spot

DNA strand animated for ultra-low-volume dispensing
low-volume dispensing DNA microarray spotter


The liquids we can dispense, print, spot