How To Edge and Finish Lenses In Office – An Introduction

This is your introduction to in-office lenses finishing. John walks you through finishing a simple single-vision job from the job tray to final inspection, edging the job on a Santinelli LE 700.
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Known as finishing, edging, or glazing, follow John as he takes a simple single-vision job from the job tray to final inspection, including, gathering the necessary materials, lens selection, tracing the frame, dotting the lenses on the lensmeter, blocking the lenses, edging the lenses with a Santinelli LE 700, block removal, lens insertion, and lastly, final inspection.

What is the one thing no online retailer can do? Well, there are many, but a big one is give a customer a pair of glasses right now! Being able to offer the services an edger allows you to offer is more important than ever. Providing your customers with product now, whether it’s a simple single vision job or when someone needs an emergency pair, is something your customers will remember.

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This video lesson is sponsored by Laramy-K Optical

Laramy-K Optical is a digital uncut and coating lab unlike any other. The only exclusively uncut lab in the country; we provide our customers with independent, high-end alternatives to corporate brands. Through craftsmanship, technology, and independent, innovative vendors like Younger, IOT, A&R, and Quantum Innovations we offer our customers the Integrity portfolio of freeform lenses and coatings. Made in the USA, the Integrity brand is not a generic house-brand, but is the absolute best available, designed to give the wearer that “wow!” experience.

In addition to the digital line, we still offer conventional surfacing, including glass. Maintaining traditional equipment gives our customers vastly more flexibility in their dispensing, particularly when it comes to more difficult prescriptions.

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  1. Annalyn Ampie Acebedo says:

    i want this kind of machine. where can i buy and how much?

  2. There are many optical surfacing machines in the market. I would contact LaramyK for more information