EXCIMER LASER ENGRAVER FROM OPTOTECH
OptoTech’s OTL 100 CNC-A Excimer Laser Engraver features smooth, crack-free engraving by cold ablation for high quality visible, semi-visible and non-visible markings on any material on up to 240 lenses per hour, depending on engraving. Available in both manual and full-automatic versions, the OTL 100 CNC-A includes software that features a layout editor, command section, file administration statistics and a remote diagnosis system. For more information, contact OptoTech at 877.412.8350, OptoTech.US.
AUTOGRAPH II+ LENSES FROM SHAMIR
Autograph II+ progressive lenses are a back-surfaced, digital freeform design that incorporate the company’s Close-Up technology to adjust the reading zone inset for comfortable reading and intermediate viewing. Lenses also feature Natural Posture technology, which controls the location of the near viewing zone as a function of a plus or minus Rx to affect head position and posture. Autograph II+ lenses are available in 1.5 hard resin, DLC Trivex, 1.56, NXT, SuperLite, 1.60, SuperLite 1.67, polycarbonate and Superlite 1.74, and is offered in variable and fixed designs, including 11mm, 13mm, 15mm and 18mm fitting heights. For more information, contact Shamir Insight at 877.514.8330, ShamirLens.com.
KODAK UNIQUE DRO PROGRESSIVE LENSES
KODAK Unique DRO Progressive Lenses provide clear distance vision while optimizing the reading zone that supports prolonged viewing of mobile devices. Unique DRO Progressive Lenses utilize Dynamic Reading Optimization (DRO) technology, which improves overall optics and reduces oblique astigmatic errors in the reading area. The full backside progressive lens design with Vision First Design and i-Sync is available in six corridor lengths and more than 60 materials. For more information, contact Signet Armorlite at 800.759.4630, SignetArmorlite.com; KodakLens.com/Pro.
LENS DIVISION LAUNCHES ELECTRONIC PROGRESSIVE IDENTIFIER CATALOG
The Lens Division of The Vision Council launched the Electronic Progressive Identifier Catalog (EPIC), which replaces the printed version that had been produced biannually. Lens manufacturers can now directly manage and update data. Managers will need to create new accounts to update existing lenses and add records.
To see available lenses and manage data, visit Epic.TheVisionCouncil.org.