Walker, Christie
September 2007
LabTalk;Sep2007, Vol. 35 Issue 158, p40
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the lack of regular maintenance in optical laboratories and the importance of implementing maintenance schedules. She argues that there is no guarantee that the equipment is regularly checked. The author suggests the monitoring of the person who will be checking the equipment and instilling in them the importance of maintenance check in lens production.


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