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    Everthing old is new again

    Hi all,old timer coating? we used magnesium flouride, silicon dioxide was used as a base layer in an effort to keep the coating on the lenses, for films that would'nt stay on the lens(remember blue...
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    RE:buying an edger overseas

    Hi all, this is all very good info but the shop is running on a essilor 900, and my boss is looking for a spare machine the question is has anyone actually bought a machine from overseas,(china) (not...
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    buying overseas

    Thank you for your response.
    Has anyone actually dealt with these people?
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    buying edger overseas

    I recently saw inexpensive new patternless edgers from Nidek sold from An Indonesian company via Alibaba Trading.

    Has anyone dealt with this company? Is it for real?
  5. Price for Briot

    My Employer wants to know how much
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    bayer rating?

    what ever it is it is just a guide that doesnt mean much, when i actually had the gizmo with the rubber against a lens and rubed the lens i found out that the way that particular batch was proccesed...
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    Best AR?

    just so happens i put on an old pair of eyeglasses that are about ten years old,(progressive over contact lenses ) and I'd like to know if anyone knows where I could get a single layer of magnesium...
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    Congratulations!!!!!!!!

    Congratulations!!!!!!!!
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    I am an optiboard apprentice and we all know how...

    I am an optiboard apprentice and we all know how apprentices make occasional
    mistakes!!! I got to the pc a little late.
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    easy for you

    easy for you
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    how to reduce a photo by 50k bytes

    Hi Harry,
    An easy solution to your question is Ifranview. It is available at
    www.webtree.ca/newlife. If you installl
    it make sure you uncheck all the file
    associations. Otherwise it will take...
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