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    I have found a rather convoluted solution for...

    I have found a rather convoluted solution for what I now understand you want to do. I'm just going to confirm that it works before I pass it on.
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    14146 let me know if this helps. Had to do a...

    14146

    let me know if this helps. Had to do a screen shot of it. Couldn't get the file to attach.
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    Alrighty, I think I can help but first will need...

    Alrighty, I think I can help but first will need to know what model blocker and/or edger and the pc operating system.
    There are communication options in the technician menus but getting to them is...
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    g'day, The usual flow of data is from a pc to a...

    g'day,
    The usual flow of data is from a pc to a blocker or blocker/edger combination. If I understand your post correctly you are wanting to send data to the pc from the blocker. What are you trying...
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    Optical Dispensing was deregulated in Australia...

    Optical Dispensing was deregulated in Australia in 2009. One of the reasons given was to 'remove unnecessary costs to business'. The Government of the day also deregulated lift mechanics along with...
  6. Thread: New Shamir PAL?

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    Here is a bit of a run down from Shamir...

    Here is a bit of a run down from Shamir "downunder" about their new lens....
  7. Thread: New Shamir PAL?

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    Thanks. Yep, I got that little tidbit a bit...

    Thanks.
    Yep, I got that little tidbit a bit late to share.
  8. Table Ta-dah

    Here is an old school (2010)rundown of lens material properties that may be useful




    Lens Material Properties


    Material
    Index
  9. Thread: New Shamir PAL?

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    No mention of any new technology although it is...

    No mention of any new technology although it is to be assumed a new lens/design will be incorporating new tech. Won't it?
  10. Thread: New Shamir PAL?

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    I was talking to a Shamir rep yesterday. He...

    I was talking to a Shamir rep yesterday. He mentioned a new lens coming out with the name..........wait for it.............here it comes...............Autograph IV!
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    Yeah. Progressive lens terminology is just that....

    Yeah. Progressive lens terminology is just that. Terminology for Progressive lenses. Why is there a need to try and translate bifocal terms to a PAL? Therein lie the seeds of madness.
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    Yep,better surface quality. Less overhang during...

    Yep,better surface quality. Less overhang during surfacing means the lens is not 'flexing' as much. The amount of movement depends on the material but overall cribbing will give better surface...
  13. Thread: New Shamir PAL?

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    There is the Shamir Smart and also the Shamir...

    There is the Shamir Smart and also the Shamir Smart Attitude(true, I didn't make this up) but I've not heard anything about the Intelligence.
  14. As others have mentioned stock hard coated poly...

    As others have mentioned stock hard coated poly is a bugga to tint. Surfaced poly with an uncoated back surface can be tinted.........to an extent. I've found lowering the temp on the tint bath...
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    My 2cents worth? A slab off is generally used to...

    My 2cents worth? A slab off is generally used to minimise prismatic imbalance between lenses with significantly different powers thus causing said imbalance. Throw in prescribed prism then add a PAL...
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    The question makes no sense. There isn't enough...

    The question makes no sense. There isn't enough information.
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    You seem to be confusing the term 'shift' with...

    You seem to be confusing the term 'shift' with 'add'. An extended reader with a +1.50sph(and the cyl x axis) and a shift of +0.75 would have an Rx of +1.50 at the fitting point and +0.75sph for the...
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    I worked in Melbourne for a while. Which...

    I worked in Melbourne for a while. Which independant were you with?
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    G'day from Perth WA.

    G'day from Perth WA.
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    If you know how to calibrate the unit and have a...

    If you know how to calibrate the unit and have a calibration jig then I suppose you wouldn't need a technician.
    If all that was needed was to dress the polish wheel then that is pretty straight...
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    How did you go? Hopefully all you needed was to...

    How did you go?
    Hopefully all you needed was to redress the polish wheel. :-)
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    1.Try dressing the polish wheel first. Should...

    1.Try dressing the polish wheel first. Should have or be able to get from the supplier a polish wheel compound kit.
    2.Calibrate the unit and adjust wheel parameters. Will need a technician for that....
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    One nut to remove but the wheels can sometimes be...

    One nut to remove but the wheels can sometimes be quite stubborn to budge. You will need to calibrate the edger after replacing the wheels.
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    As we all know the temples on a frame get a lot...

    As we all know the temples on a frame get a lot of different labels. "Arms", "legs", "flaps", "wings".........................etc
    I had a customer who insisted he didn't need glasses but he did use...
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