Last year, I was approached by Qwest Product Development in the Denver area for doing industrial design work for a company called Bioptix. The company had developed a crude package for their new instrumentation called the BiOptix 104sa. This machine provides the capability to perform protein-protein kinetic measurements in a cost-effective package, As the entry-level instrument in the BiOptix suite of enhanced-SPR products, the 104sa brings the sensitivity and performance to academic and industry users. Nexgen provided the Bezel design and the general enclosure shape and size to house their instrumentation. We also coordinated prototypes made by Protogenic in Westminster, CO..