Dual Digital Vision

Colucci, Bob
January 2009
LabTalk;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 37 Issue 2G, p24
Trade Publication
The article discusses digital lens surfacing. It is described as a process for transferring an optical surface onto lens. The differences between traditional and digital surfacing are explored. The author stresses that using a digital surfacing process does not affect the quality of the progressive design of the lens. Essilor's Dual Digital Vision (DDV) approach to both lens design and manufacturing is also described.


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