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Lab diagrams - Looking for feedback

Discussion in 'Science' started by macduy, Oct 20, 2019.

  1. macduy

    macduy New commenter


    I made a diagram tool to help teachers draw lab diagrams and students to familiarise themselves with laboratory equipment. However I'm not a teacher nor have been in the lab for a long time - I make this as a hobby in my spare time. I wanted feedback on whether this tool is reasonably accurately representing apparatus commonly found in UK schools. Any other comments are welcome too!


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  2. joanne_norton59

    joanne_norton59 New commenter

    This is awesome. I'm a Senior Science Technician in a school and I will use this with my trainee technician. I'll show it to my teachers too as I'm sure they will love it.
  3. macduy

    macduy New commenter

    Thank you, that would be great!
  4. John1917

    John1917 New commenter

    looks great anything that is simple is good :) ... any chance to add some GHS labels optional quickfit type joints, distillation head
  5. bonxie

    bonxie Lead commenter

    I like this. It's nice and straightforward.
  6. Quartermaster

    Quartermaster New commenter

    Looks fab. Ironically I stumbled across your post after giving up on finding a suitable diagram online. Now I can easily make my own!
    Many thanks for what looks like a powerful yet easy to use piece of software!
  7. Corvuscorax

    Corvuscorax Star commenter

    This is very helpful. Are we allowed to use it for free? can we please have an arrow to use as an option, as we teach children to draw an arrow instead of a detailed bunsen. Thank you
  8. Kublai

    Kublai New commenter

    Looks amazing. Sent it on to all my chem colleagues

    Fancy doing one for Physics?!

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