Thanks to a substantial investment in an already state-of-the-art lab, Plastic Plus recently announced the successful integration of a new four-station control system from A&R Optical Machinery, Inc.
“It’s been more than nine years since we first introduced Free Form, back-surface digital lenses to North America, and we remain just as committed, today as then, in our search for the best products and operating equipment in the world. Now, with the addition of incredible new equipment that automatically measures, maps and verifies our lenses, we believe digital accuracy has been taken to a whole new level,” said Paul Faibish, President of Plastic Plus.
Plastic Plus is the first lab in North America to have this exceptional new control equipment fully integrated and operational. It is one more example of why customers of this independent Canadian labs can continue to expect the highest degree of digital lens excellence, and why they’re proud to say, “No one does digital better”.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to work with the team at Plastic Plus who have now added the ground breaking, automated free-form control system, the A&R AutoMapper. They have always been at the forefront of lens processing technology and this is another indication of the dedication to quality that Plastic Plus has to delivering the finest lenses to the Eye Care professionals throughout Canada,” said John T. Fried, President, A&R Optical Machinery, Inc.
This important addition not only allows the lab to automatically measure, map and verify all digital lenses during manufacturing, it increases the speed of processing while virtually eliminating the margin for human error. It is also expected that it will significantly reduce the need for re-do’s, additional work for the practitioner, and unnecessary delays for the patient.
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