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  1. Many thanks. It's great to be here.

    Many thanks. It's great to be here.
  2. For Australian opticians: an Oscar Wylie question

    Hello other Aussie opticians:

    Do any of you know who designed Oscar Wylie's progressive lenses, particularly their freeform "elite" progressive? I understand it's a fixed-front freeform-back...
  3. Yep.

    Yep.
  4. Seeking part-time casual work in Brisbane area

    I'm a highly experienced, licensed, semi-retired dispensing optician recently (1.2 years ago) relocated to Australia from the US. My experience has been almost exclusively in optometric office...
  5. Optician seeking part-time work in Brisbane AU

    I am an optician licensed in the United States, with over 45 years of experience, who has relocated to the Brisbane area in Australia. My experience is primarily in independent retail optical stores...
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    Yes, I remember the consent decree, although at...

    Yes, I remember the consent decree, although at first it had minimal impact on my own life as an optician. My time at B&L was a summer job. Otherwise, I was in my father's OD office and he used TAT...
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    I remember that place. For a short while I...

    I remember that place. For a short while I worked at the B&L lab in Hartford, CT,, and we used to refer to the competition as “American Obstacle.”
  8. It’s been some time since I’ve worked in a Vision...

    It’s been some time since I’ve worked in a Vision Works office, but back when they started offering their own progressive they were in bed with Essilor. The VW progressive back then was an Essilor...
  9. G’day from Brissie. I’m semi-retired and...

    G’day from Brissie. I’m semi-retired and relocated from North Carolina, US.
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    The office where I used to work up north had an...

    The office where I used to work up north had an Optronics edger and every time we turned it on the vacuum system sounded like a jet taking off. Have they improved the sound level? For a small...
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    Jennifer (the owner) is in the market for a new...

    Jennifer (the owner) is in the market for a new edger only (no wiggle room).
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    Edger choices: Essilor versus Santinelli

    The Santinelli LE-7070 at the shop where I work (very part-time) has finally developed incurable symptoms of edger dementia. The owner is looking at replacements and I'd like to solicit your...
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    I started making glasses for my OD father's...

    I started making glasses for my OD father's patients in the fall of 1960; it's how I earned my allowance in high school. I got my license in Massachusetts in 1972 and I have been a dispenser and/or...
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    Looking for zyl P3 demi-blonde

    Hi folks,
    We have a patient looking for a new zyl P3 in demi-blonde, similar to the Georgio Armani and Oliver Peoples frames that were popular more than a few years ago. Does anyone know who makes...
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    Hi Warren, nice to "see" you again. I had no...

    Hi Warren, nice to "see" you again. I had no idea of the political implications of the apprenticeship path. What you describe is pretty darn close to the home-schooling path and makes a great deal...
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    Exactly.

    Exactly.
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    I am saddened but not surprised to hear of this...

    I am saddened but not surprised to hear of this development in NC. I agree it's time to act.

    As to the larger issue being raised here: I have deep respect for Warren McDonald and have been a...
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    Does anyone know of a simple one that's either...

    Does anyone know of a simple one that's either free or low-cost? We want it to maintain our patient database. We're a small enough shop that computerizing our frame inventory isn't important to us.
  19. Edger repair in Triangle area of North Carolina?

    A call-out to other North Carolina professionals on this board: we are looking for someone to repair our older Santinelli edger. Hopefully there's someone in our area who can do it for less than...
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    Would you like the name of a good tonsorial...

    Would you like the name of a good tonsorial artist?
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    What latitude attitude would you like?

    What latitude attitude would you like?
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    I believe that's a sensible approach. In this...

    I believe that's a sensible approach. In this office, I suspect we will offer blue-blockers only to patients getting office/computer lenses and who spend most of their working days in front of a...
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    Thanks for the link, Robert. That's an...

    Thanks for the link, Robert. That's an interesting read.

    Uilleann, while I agree there is probably no reason to use blue-blocking IOLs, I saw references to clinical support for both benefits and...
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    :wink: Isn't it "all y'all?? Welcome to the...

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    Isn't it "all y'all??

    Welcome to the community! There's a lot of knowledge here, some wisdom and some good o'l scrap-fests. I hope you enjoy all of it.
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    We aren't in Cary, but For Your Eyes Only in the...

    We aren't in Cary, but For Your Eyes Only in the Sutton Square shopping center in Raleigh has two OptiBoard opticians (I'm one and the owner, Jennifer, is the other). If you're interested in coming...
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