Vision Care Product News

MAY 2017

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plex jobs. Using two lens edging techniques, abrasive wheels and milling, the edger can cut organ- ic, mid- and high-index, poly- carbonate, Trivex and Tribrid materials into the most difficult shapes. Operated using an intuitive interface that makes it imme- diately operational, the new Pro-E 600 edger from Essilor Instruments enables even the most inexperienced operators to edge some of the most com- VCPN 58 May 2017 The Essilor Instruments Pro-E 600 edger cuts lenses in two ways, with abrasive wheels and milling. E s s i l o r I n s t r u m e n t s U S A • 8 0 0 . 5 4 2 . 5 6 6 8 • E s s i l o r I n s t r u m e n t s U S A . c o m • I n fo @ E s s i l o r I n s t r u m e n t s U S A . c o m ONE EDGER, TWO TECHNIQUES VisionCareTechnologyCloseup The tabletop edger requires no vacuum or compressed air, interfaces with laboratory man- agement software (ISO 16284) and can be connected to Essilor tracer-blockers as well as to the Essibox information hub that collects and processes informa- tion from a range of mechanical and computerized equipment. As an option, it can also incor- porate M'Eye Sign for engraving lenses (see Noteworthy January 2017 VCPN). 10-in. color tintable touch screen edges even the most complex jobs, including high curve, safety, children's shapes and small B-size; bevel, mini-bevel, asymmetric and step bevel, groove, mix finishes, drill, chamfer and polish combines the benefits of two lens edging techniques: abrasive wheels and milling with an innovative fast process long-life components and fast maintenance procedures maximize the edger's up-time remote maintenance for diagnostics, settings and updates

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