Ginolis LFDA-1 assembly system for lateral flow devices
Ginolis PMBi Pump
Ginolis PMBi Pump for high precision liquid dispensing.
Pixie Automated Quality Inspection Solutions
3-D Metrology for automation. Pixie is a standard system for automated optical quality inspection.
Ginolis specializes in assembly automation, high precision liquid handling and quality inspection solutions for the global medical device and diagnostics industries.
LFDA and the Modular Xanthia Automation Platform
Ginolis Lateral Flow Device Assembly solutions provide manufacturers cost effective production of high quality rapid tests. Based on the modular Xanthia platform, the LFDA product family can be easily customized for multiple test strips, labelling, printing, RFID tags and many other applications.
Automated Lateral Flow Device Assembly Solutions
The revolutionary Lateral Flow Device Assembly solution combines intelligent automation and modularity on a desktop scale. It provides manufacturers flexible rapid test production capacity within a desktop footprint.
Delilah Quality Control Inspection
The Ginolis Delilah™ robotic platform offers endless application possibilities including quality control inspection. The multi-functional high accuracy platform increases process productivity through it’s compact modular size. The Delilah™ robot can be used as a stand-alone device or 100% walk-away fully robotic automation solution.
High Precision Reagent Dispensing
Ginolis is a leading global supplier of automation solutions for the life sciences sector. The company specializes in high precision modular solutions which facilitate the combination of flexibility and accuracy needed with the diagnostic industry.
Micro Assembly Automation
Automated manufacturing solution for Tandem Diabetes Care. The micro assembly line is based on Ginolis’ Savannah desktop automation platform.
Fastlap Quality Inspection
Ginolis Fastlap is a fast, accurate and fully automated inspection unit for syringes, pipette tips, vials and tubes. It's able to process up to 12 000 units per hour with contamination detection down to 0,1 mm2.