LaserOp supplied its first LogoMark system.
The LogoMark inscribes a logo, or any other graphics, on finished or
semi-finished ophthalmic lenses. The inscription is done on the
convex surface, regardless of its radius of curvature and diopter.
In MIDO 2006 (Milano, May 2006) LaserOp introduced the LensMark /
The system is an upgrade of the popular LensMark II system for the
inscription of non-discernable marks on progressive addition lenses.
LensMark / Auto adds automatic loading and unloading of the lenses
from a tray moving on a conveyer. Operation is easy: Just introduce
the tray at the input port of the conveyer and collect it at the
output port after about 40 seconds, with the lenses inscribed.
LaserOp has invented solutions for the production of non-discernable marks on plastic materials which are tinted after the engraving. These patent pending solutions suit in particular ophthalmic organic (plastic) lenses, both conventional and "free-form".
Tinting was one of the main obstacles for CO2 based laser systems used for the inscription of non-discernable marks on ophthalmic organic lenses. Typically, when the lens was tinted following the engraving, the invisible mark turned visible. LaserOp's solutions solve this issue, allowing the use of the LensMark II laser inscriber to be used, for instance, in a free form production line.
In MIDO 2004 (Milano, May 7-9, 2004) LensMark II proved to be
the most cost effective system on the market today. This competitive
cost, at purchase and at operation, along with its proven excellent
results on polycarbonate, index 1.5, index 1.6, index 1.67 and
Trivex brought a warm welcome from the market.
LaserOp Ltd. has released the LensMark II: the new model of its laser
system for the inscription of non-discernable marks on progressive
lenses. The LensMark II results in a nicer inscription of characters,
signs and logos, and is friendlier to the designer and operator. Most
important: Now you can inscribe not only CR39, index 1.6, Index 1.67 and
Trivex, but also on POLYCARBONATE. This is a real breakthrough.
LaserOp emphasizes the affordable purchasing cost, the very low
operational cost and the high reliability of the system.
The system was developed with the cooperation of Shamir Optics, and is
synchronized with its Prescriptor software. However, it can be easilly
adapted to other software as well."