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TOPCON ALE-3700 patternless lens edger

Description: The TOPCON 3D+ ALE-3700/3700PC/3700CF patternless processing system assures a perfect fit of lens to frame, quickly, accurately and with the convenience of complete automatic operation. The system incorporates the 3D+ FR-20 Frame Reader, advanced processing unit and large LCD display. The system is...
Company:Topcon America Corporation

TOPCON ALE-3600 patternless lens edger

Description: The TOPCON ALE-3600 and ALE-3600PC Patternless Processing Systems assure perfectly fit lenses to frames, quickly, accurately and with the convenience of complete automated operation. These lens edgers are particularly suited for the demands of today's contemporary eyeglasses....
Company:Topcon America Corporation

TOPCON ALE-X1 Paternless Lens Edger

Description: Cutting-edge technology enables a fast, precise patternless edge for a perfect frame fit every time. Introducing the TOPCON ALE-X1. The latest advance in lens processing technology incorporates a host of improved features and functions. High-speed processing, a diamond luster finish for both flat a...
Company:Topcon America Corporation

Topcon FR-20M Frame Reader

Description:... remote tracing. Now, you no longer need to connect the frame reader to the edger in use! The FR-20M is capable of receiving data via a cable from an edger in a seperate location, allowing you to streamline your edging operations. ...
Company:Topcon America Corporation

Topcon PS-9 Manual Blocker

Features:... Accentuates TOPCON edger Line With Fast and Easy Blocking with Optimal Precision Improved Illumination Ensures Maximum Clarity Even on Darker Tinted Lenses Easy Blocking wit...
Company:Topcon America Corporation
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