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    But....Chemistrie....Ya. Never had a single...

    But....Chemistrie....Ya.
    Never had a single patient complain about seeing the bushings. Ever. We have had more complaints re myopic rings due to the edge polish.
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    Important: #6 the Magic Shelf, what I call it. Not just...

    #6 the Magic Shelf, what I call it.
    Not just for troubleshooting, but also for “remakes”. It’s a time honored practice.
    #7 If you have a competent lab manager on site, the white coat goes a...
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    Effect on the brain’s perception, or real world? ...

    Effect on the brain’s perception, or real world? That is the question.

    https://www.edmundoptics.com/knowledge-center/application-notes/optics/introduction-to-polarization/
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    Hey Doc, polarization will still be 100%...

    Hey Doc, polarization will still be 100% effective, and, yes, it will be less than half dark. There are those that want a light polarized lens, for there own reasons, just like there are those that...
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    Grey A is readily available, Brown A is a bit...

    Grey A is readily available, Brown A is a bit tougher, but KBCo may have a Brown A available. That said, FF would be limited to OEM or Essilor designs. I second IOT. Alpha45 Ultimate would be my...
  6. Thread: Help!!!

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    DRK is the new Goo Goo Doll. :nerd: Go ahead...

    DRK is the new Goo Goo Doll. :nerd:
    Go ahead with your bad self, DRK!
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    True. Kinda like 80dB vs 90dB. I can’t hear to...

    True. Kinda like 80dB vs 90dB. I can’t hear to it’s too loud!
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    Depends. Some are glass. Some are poly. Some...

    Depends. Some are glass. Some are poly. Some have BSAR. Some don’t.
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    Properly etched, AR bonds very well to glass, but...

    Properly etched, AR bonds very well to glass, but it isn’t low maintenance. By that, I mean smudges. That’s what most complain about.
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    FEA will

    FEA will
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    I have to agree with precisionlab. We get...

    I have to agree with precisionlab. We get balance quite often and this is what we do. Mirror the axis @90 for cosmetics.
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    Ronsir, round, vintage in thin metal and thick...

    Ronsir, round, vintage in thin metal and thick acetates. Translucent colors, not quite clear, but colorful. Bold two tones, not a fade.
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    All good points here. Top down. Lifestyle...

    All good points here. Top down. Lifestyle consultative techniques. All lead to better revenue, even with insurance BS.

    One point missed. Do you really know your clientele? Is this the...
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    OOF. Opticians on FB is a joke. I got kicked...

    OOF. Opticians on FB is a joke. I got kicked out for speaking my mind. :bounce:

    Don’t ask the lab guy is pretty entertaining, and a bit elitist.

    I’ve checked out other groups, but this is...
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    Where have all the great ones gone?

    Serious question y’all.
    I haven’t been very active here lately for a myriad of reasons. Mostly due to staffing and stress, but to be honest, a lack of real content over the past few years.
    I...
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    DRK for the grand slam! I sit here wondering...

    DRK for the grand slam!
    I sit here wondering how my organization would skyrocket w/DRK as our chief……..
  17. Thread: Axis query.

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    I was grinding saddlebacks on a 113, and...

    I was grinding saddlebacks on a 113, and occasionally on a 108. Let’s see how many ‘younguns’ understands…..
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    You can always change the bevel curve on the...

    You can always change the bevel curve on the edger to match the frame curve.
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    Back in my San Diego days, my job was to grind,...

    Back in my San Diego days, my job was to grind, edge and mount dive mask lenses. Every job was custom. Too many saddlebacks to mention. All glass. Aluminum oxide, cerium oxide, Pella oil and...
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    I have been an advocate for the EZFit NBL. Their...

    I have been an advocate for the EZFit NBL. Their new one is smaller than what we have.
    Starting with accuracy. Extremely accurate, as long as you maintain it. Steps, drills, custom shapes,...
  21. Have you considered updating? Optronics can be...

    Have you considered updating? Optronics can be fickle that way. Even the Dimension’s issues are generally resolved by updating.
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    Follow up question. Do you use the Schneider for...

    Follow up question. Do you use the Schneider for STP?
    Along with Lensman11, this may be an issue with your macros if it is only on FF. The reason I ask if you are doing STP on conventional...
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    :nerd::giggle:

    :nerd::giggle:
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    COGs=all optical goods sold, including...

    COGs=all optical goods sold, including accessories.
    Then, there are labor rates, supplies, tools, and overhead.
    Accounting separates these into individual line items.
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    i think that the issue revolves around rushed...

    i think that the issue revolves around rushed "science" by marketing. HEV is a thing, but the levels of HEV from digital devices is negligible. No real studies have involved indoor LED lighting,...
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