The computer says no! v1

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The computer says no! v1

  1. 1. The computer says NO!
  2. 2. High plus and minus lenses Super-Lenti Glass Super-Lenti HD Recre Bonding glass Double sided working Bi concave – Sphere and Cylinder – SV – Bifocals
  3. 3. Compensated powers On wraps the powers will change due to – Wrap angle – Wearing distance – Power
  4. 4.  Nortor HD SV in a 8 Base Full Rx required plus:- – Optical Centres and heights – Wrap Angle – Tilt angle – BVD trial and actual – Pupil Diameter – Lens Curve
  5. 5. Sportor optic design but withreduced edge blendReduces both plus andminusPeripheral edge blend45/50mm clear zoneApplied to all lens designs
  6. 6.  Segment on the rear surface Blended to make it invisible All Materials Adds to +4.00D
  7. 7.  Nortor and Ultor XXL free form Effectively produces Up to a 100mm uncut lens
  8. 8. High Prisms and Prism Control PUCK Slab off Traditional FT28 Slab of HD PPL FT35 Franklin Split Presto
  9. 9. PUCK 1.67 Moulding 20mm thick 65mm diameter Up to 20D of prism Any curve combination
  10. 10. Slab Off /On Removes unwanted differential vertical prism Minimum slab off 2D – Less on freeform Maximum 10D dependent on blank substance SV BIF PAL
  11. 11. Anisometropic Corrections Base up prism incorporated to relieve anisometropic Rx’s One lens or split between the two
  12. 12. Yoked Prism Amount dependent on uncut substance
  13. 13. Iseikonic Lenses Magnification derived from substance and curves Both Rx and Plano
  14. 14. Over Decentred D seg  12mm inwards decentration  Amount of Prism dependent on add
  15. 15. Franklin Split Produced from two lenses Similar appearance to the E line bifocal Fully customisable for Prisms and Centres Available in all indexes Trifocal also available
  16. 16. Presto
  17. 17. Prism Control Bifocals Glass Round segs Glass D Segs – Zeiss Centre Prism Segment Franklin Split Presto Odd Segment sizes Over Decentred D seg Slab Off / On
  18. 18. Odd Size Segments Dependent on Add – d1-d2= 2c(F1-F2)/A – Larger segment induced more base down prism Cost effective 1.5 index only Glass /Plastic
  19. 19. Glass Round Segs Solid Rd 22 – Rd30 – Rd 45 – Photochromic Rd 30
  20. 20. Glass Prism Control Round Segs Glass Round 30mm 70 x 66 uncut Prism up to 6 in 0.50 steps Any direction
  21. 21. Glass D Segs Fused D25 – D28 – D35 Fused C28 Zeiss Centre Prism Segment
  22. 22. Fresnel Up to 40D of Prism +16.00DS -14.00DS D25 Segs +6.00add
  23. 23. PossibilitiesThe digital surface can be applied to any existing lens type or material
  24. 24. Possibilities Combi PAL Pilotor Double
  25. 25.  Bifocal with ULTOR progressive (smart seg) Increases the Near area in size and working distance
  26. 26.  Remake of the popular Essilor pilot
  27. 27. Occupational Versatile Bureau Booster
  28. 28.  Near and Intermediate Ordered with near vision prescription Distance OC’s Fit 3 mm below pupil centres All materials
  29. 29. Bureau Near Intermediate Survival Distance
  30. 30.  Lens designed for pre- presbyopia Two adds – +0.37 (A) – +0.62 (B) All materials
  31. 31. The Future ?The practitioner will order PAL’s as a percentage of Distance Intermediate and near?
  32. 32. Photochromic- Tints and Coats Xtra Active T7 Signature Polarised and Drivewear Other – PLS – Dot Com – Vista mesh
  33. 33. Thank You

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