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ProductsAccuSeed Floor Stand Stabilizer
Company CMS
Item AccuSeed Floor Stand Stabilizer
Features 
  • Detachable stepper for use at multiple sites
  • Adjustable grid ensures accuracy with any ultrasound
  • Precise 5mm stepping with easy-to-read orientation & numbering
  • Independent 7-axis controls provide unmatched probe movement and accuracy
Description Floor stand stabilizer system
Info CMS
Customer Service: (800) 878-4267
Web site: http://www.cms-stl.com/

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