These Swiss-based designs are anything but neutral, and now 3D printing creates them even faster.…
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The computerized personalization and improved vision available with digitally surfaced lenses results from the advanced technology and extensive measurements used when designing them.
By Frank Gimbel, BA, ABO-AC, FNAO, HFOAA The Maui Jim Brilliant lens offers glass lens clarity in a lightweight material.
Manufacturers have updated this much relied-upon tool with high-tech, easy-to-use features that turn any dispensary into a modern one.
Requiring less space and a smaller investment than in the past, today’s surfacing equipment enables retail opticals to fabricate their own ophthalmic lenses.
REMOTE TECHNICAL SUPPORT FROM SANTINELLI TRANSITIONS SIGNATURE VII SEGMENTED MULTIFOCALS iD MYSTYLE 2 FROM HOYA…
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As celluloid became an increasingly popular frame material—first used in the U.S. by Spencer Optical…
Inspecs USA’s Reform line of durable eyewear is ready for action.
Werner Paletschek, who has served as CEO of OWP (Optische Werke Passau) for 18 years, has been “in love with eyewear” since he joined the company in 1992 when he started working in the marketing and product development team. It took Paletschek only seven years to move into the top executive position. He has a degree in business administration from the University of Regensburg, Germany, and launched the OWP brands—OWP, Mexx and Metropolitan—into the U.S. market approximately 10 years ago. VCPN spoke to Paletschek at Vision Expo East about how newer generations are changing the face of optical design and OWP’s unique place in the market.