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  1. Thread: Hivex lenses

    by JerryR
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    Hivex lenses

    Looking for a lab that processes Hivex material
  2. Do you still have the Reichert Lensmeter ?...

    Do you still have the Reichert Lensmeter ? 404-694-1292, Jerry
  3. Hi, interested in the ML1

    Interested in the ML1, contact info: sharpvisionoptical@gmail...404-694-1292
    Jerry Reback
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    Lensometer for sale

    Purchased for $285.00, hardly ever used, like new. Will accept any reasonable offer
  5. Thread: lensometer

    by JerryR
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    lensometer

    Looking to buy a battery operated lensometer used.
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    Thanks for the tip braheem 24 it is sold

    Thanks for the tip braheem 24 it is sold
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    Grolman Fitting Device

    Looking to buy a Grolman, anyone have one to sell or know where I may get one. Thanks
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    Corning used to make a series of lenses called...

    Corning used to make a series of lenses called "CPF" they were touted as being helpful for people with ARMD. I don't know if they are still available or if they really helped.
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    Check out the Open Optix material, free on-line. ...

    Check out the Open Optix material, free on-line. Open Optix has ABO and NCLE study guides.
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    -8.00cyl

    Jamie, Does the patient have good binocular vision with this Rx?
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    Poll: Formal education

    I hope the school Barry is reffering to is Erie Community College, that is the best
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    Opticians Training Manual

    You may want to look at Open Optix, available from the Laramy K website. Excellant work and continually updated
  13. prism thinning

    In my own personal experiences I find prism thinning causes ghost images around lights in very low powers, from say plano to around 1.00 or 1.50, my preference is not to have prism thinning in that...
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    shooting glasses

    Try looking up Bud Decot. He made the Decot shooter for B&L years ago and I think he has a business in Phoenix.
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    indices

    The add power on the Atlast lens does not come from the different indices used, but comes from a power bubble on the front surface of the back part section that is infused with the front section. ...
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    Iseikonic Lenses

    Help! I have an Rx requesting Iseikonic lenses.
    Rx: R +3.50-0.50 X 005
    L Plano
    This is being done in Poly in a 45/15 frame, PD 28/28.5. I can't seem to find a formula that will give me...
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    GaGal

    That was a great post. What you said was accurate, to the point, and needed to be said. You nailed it. Bricks and mortar do not make the Optician.
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    Progressive

    I think the Pixel concept is in its infancy. The battery used as an energy source could also be a solar chip or something of that nature that could be easily attached to most any frame. I also...
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    Important: Tips:

    Temporary repair for broken spring hinges. Slip a piece of heat shrink tubing over the temple, bring the temple and endpiece together, slide the tubing over the temple and the endpiece and heat, the...
  20. Thread: Revo Suns

    by JerryR
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    verticle metal

    Chip, are you sure you are not meaning the Persol line rather than the Revo line. Persol is famous for their verticle metal inserts in the temples.
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    Bifocal free form

    Pixel Optics with their atLast lens has has 2 different indices infused together, Trivex and 1.67.
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    dip coat

    On a dip coat you can get run off from excess coating material running off the ledge of the bifocal, this could appear as a coating buildup in a straight line off the edge of the bifocal.
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    The lens is not laminated, Pixel Optics describes...

    The lens is not laminated, Pixel Optics describes it as a composite material intra-molecularly bonded. 1.67 and Trivex.
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    Izon

    My take on this would be that Ophthonix really doesn't care if you understand the system or not. They are focusing on the people that have bought into the system and servicing thier needs, when the...
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    union

    There is a union in New York State, Empire Vision Centers which is owned by Davis Vision who is owned by BCBS of Pa. is unionized and has been for many years
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