VCPN February 2017
- User proper grammar and punctuation: Punctuation and good grammar convey professionalism
- Never use caps: Its like walking up to someone and yelling at them
- Re-read what you wrote before you post or send it: Read what you have typed to make sure it’s clear, polite and helpful
- Don’t comments when you are angry: It’s too easy to answer inappropriately in the heat of the moment
- Question your perception of the intent of the person posting: Ask yourself if it’s possible that the other party meant something different.
- Remember that the words you’re seeing were written by people: If you wouldn’t say to someone’s face what you’re about to write digitally, don’t, its that simple
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Annealing is an integral step in production and should always be completed. The procedure relieves the stress from the lens necessary to reach its final power. Annealing is also an important part of the nanoCLEAR AR process, helping to strengthen the AR and to finalize the hydrophic top coat application.
After demolding the lens must be cleaned to remove monomer residue and flashing. If not cleaned properly, the residue may harden on the surface of the lens during annealing leaving a permanent defect. To produce a tack free, easily cleaned edge, we recommend the use of a handstone or the cribbing of the lens on an edger. Spray Q-Spray on the edged lens and thoroughly clean it before continuing. Dry the lens with a lint free cloth.
Place the newly demolded and cleaned lenses into the anneal positions (the back two positions in the drawer of the post cure chamber) and press the ANNEAL button. Rotate the knob to scroll through multiple jobs (if they are available for annealing) and press the ANNEAL button when the proper job is displayed. Press ANNEAL again to start the timed annealing cycle. The end-of-cycle tone will sound when the process is complete. Press the ANNEAL button to stop the tone. Remove the lenses from the post cure drawer and place them in the job tray. Allow the lenses to cool to room temperature before edging and insertion.
Optical Dynamics is pleased to celebrate 10-years working with the Cohen’s Fashion Optical family of corporate and franchise locations.
Cohen’s Fashion Optical with numerous locations in and around New York City and the island of Puerto Rico, has been avidly using the Q-2100 Digital Lens system with nanoCLEAR AR since 2007 and understand the value of fast service for repeat business. The optical group also understands the importance of quality and the necessity to improve the bottom line. With the Q-2100, their locations can provide the service speed needed while keeping production costs predictable.
“The Q-2100 makes my job easier because it produces excellent results in processing lenses,” said one lab technician from a NYC location “Our customers are very satisfied with the lenses we dispense,” they concluded.
We are looking forward to working with the organization for another ten years!
With the Q-2100 you produce digital quality lenses through a patented lens production process that utilizes digital free-form molds on both the front and back surfaces of the lens.
This digital process is the only process that eliminates direct machining or polishing of either lens surface for a clarity of vision that can not be achieved any other way.
Q-2100 digital lenses mirror the surface quality and prescription accuracy of the digital glass mold to an exacting tolerance.
Each digital lens is processed in high index material custom made to the patients finished Rx.
Dispense digital lenses to upgrade the visual clarity of every patient.