Lens cleaning is a lot like the second or third leg in a four-man relay. It’s an essential step that can greatly affect the outcome, but it rarely gets the glory. That second or third leg in your optical lab “relay” is just as likely to be filled by man, machine or robot. Find out how your peers are dealing with this important lab step.
Whether you’re considering in-house AR coating for the first time or have been doing it for years, the world of AR coating is continually evolving. Find out what’s new in equipment and formulations.
Industry Experts Provide Top Tips For Increasing Ar Sales.
Is your lab ready to grow revenue through in-house AR coating? Find out what you need to know about making the investment, plus tips on edging those slippery lenses.
There are new AR offerings from top lens manufacturers. Find out what’s new AND top tips for processing hydrophobic lenses.
Manufacturers speak out on what to look for when shopping for lens coating and cleaning equipment.
Find out guidelines for successfully blocking, edging and mounting AR super hydrophobic lenses.
Learn exactly what is meant by "cleaning a lens."
The question today is not, Should you start providing in-house AR but When? Find out what you need to know to “Get in Gear” with AR coaters.
Learn tips and guidelines for increasing your AR sales.
How do you know when it's the right time to purchase digital generating equipment?
How to detect crazing and maximize AR yields within your lab.
A new way of evaluating polished edges.
Find out what’s new from the industries top lens manufacturers.
Is investing in AR right for you right now?
By breaking the AR lens sales process into three categories, wholesale labs can benefit from increased sales in 2008.
Learn about the programs and materials the VCA's AR Committee has available for you and what they are doing in the area of consumer outreach.
The degree of difficulty for processing lenses has never been higher. Learn useful tips on how to edge and mount AR lenses without incurring cracks or fissures due to excessive flexing of the lens.
Bill Reese and Renato Cappuccitti
The new oleophobic/hydrophobic AR lenses are her to stay. Learn how to process these "slippery" lenses with the least amount of problems.
LabTalk sent our Mystery Shopper out to find out how your competition is selling the product.
Many factors go into choosing the right AR system. Learn how to determine what is right for your lab.
A Clear New World shows how children as well as adults can benefit from the features of AR lenses.
Understanding hydrophobic and super-hydrophobic coatins and how durable they are.
Learn to ways of testing the hardcoat before you apply an AR coating.
Chains are doing it and upping their percentage of AR usage well over 50 percent. Learn how to get YOUR accounts to increase their AR usage.