Zito, Paul
March 2008
LabTalk;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 36 Issue 159, p46
Trade Publication
The article describes a procedure that optical laboratories can adopt to determine that a particular prescription lens is compatible with a particular frame, especially with the growing number of bizarre frames on the market. Instead of using expensive lenses, laboratories can use a pair of single vision poly lenses using the base curve and surfaced to the prescription lens and thickness of the desired prescription.


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