Manuel UtilisationE motion

Manuel UtilisationE motion
Operation manual
Dear Customer,
You have purchased an emotion edger and all the team at Briot International would like to thank you for this
mark of your confidence.
The emotion edger is a laboratory machine designed for opticians and is used for carrying out operations
such as creating and selecting jobs, centering and blocking spectacle lenses, edging and drilling lenses, drilling
frames.
We advise you to read this manual carefully and keep it near the machine in order to be able to refer to it
easily.
The information contained in this manual is not contractual and can be modified without prior notice. This
document has been prepared with great care, but some unintentional errors or omissions may occur,
although every effort has been made to avoid them. Briot International cannot, in any circumstances, be
held responsible for any possible operating faults that might result from such errors or omissions.
BRIOT INTERNATIONAL DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE emotion IF THE
INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL ARE NOT OBSERVED.
DEPENDING ON THE MACHINE VERSION AND OPTIONS AND ON
THE DATE AND
COUNTRY OF SALE, SOME EQUIPMENT
ITEM(S)/FUNCTION(S) DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL MAY NOT
BE INCLUDED IN YOUR MACHINE.
2, rue Roger Bonnet
27 340 PONT DE L'ARCHE
FRANCE
Tel. +(33) 02 32 98 91 32
Fax: +(33) 02 35 02 02 94
www.briot.com
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GRAPHIC CODES
Different graphic codes have been used in this manual to allow the user to distinguish between different types of
information and easily spot the items which demand special attention (e.g. safety-related items).
The table below lists all the codes and describes them:
TABLE 1: DESCRIPTION OF THE PICTOGRAMS
Graphic
Code
Description
Vital warning: Risk of human injury or material damage and machine malfunction.
Follow the instructions carefully.
Vital recommendation: Risk of machine damage or malfunction.
Follow the instructions carefully.
Vital preliminary action
Before undertaking any action, check that the machine is disconnected.
Electrical hazard.
Heavy component.
In particular, a second person is necessary to carry and move the machine.
Rotating component.
In particular, do not put your hands near to the wheel unit.
Attaching component.
In particular, beware of the clamping shafts closing.
Protective gloves must be worn.
Especially for cleaning and changing the tanks.
Protective goggles must be worn.
Especially for cleaning and changing the tanks.
TABLE 1: DESCRIPTION OF THE PICTOGRAMS
Graphic
Code
Description
Overalls must be worn.
Especially for cleaning and changing the tanks.
Treatment of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(applicable in the European Union and in European countries
using a selective collection system)
This symbol affixed to the product or to its packaging indicates that the product will not be
treated like household waste. Instead, it must delivered to the designated collection point where
electric and electronic equipment may be recycled. By ensuring that this product is correctly
disposed of, you will help prevent potentially harmful environmental and human consequences
due to improper handling when improperly disposed of. The use of recovered materials
preserves natural resources.
For more information about where you can drop off this product for recycling, please contact
your local waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased this product.
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INSTALLATION
Unpacking the machine 1.13
Warning
Procedure
Removing the shipping rails 1.15
Conditions
Procedure
Preparing the bench 1.17
Machine dimensions
Floor space and drilling required
Water connections 1.19
Specifications
General
Filtration tank with pump
Pump
Pipe connections
Find the openings on the chassis
Procedure
Electrical connections 1.23
Specifications
Edger wiring
Procedure
Starting the edger 1.25
Procedure
Switching the machine ON/OFF
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety 2.29
Operator
Machine
Recommendations 2.31
USING YOUR EDGER
Presentation 3.35
Presentation of the machine
Description of the stations
Touch screen
Centering/blocking system
Scanform / Drilling
Edger
Presentation of the application screen
Work interface
Zone identification
Reading sequence
Visual references
General principles of use 3.41
Usual procedure : Job creation/selection
Calling/Creating a job/pattern
Entering the frame data or a pattern
Usual procedure : Digiform/Drilling
Modifying the shape of a pattern
Positioning the drilling holes
Usual procedure: Blocking/centering system
Usual procedure: Edging
Flow chart
Inserting / Removing the lens
Starting / interrupting an edging cycle
Normal edging cycle sequence
Important notes
Application screen icons 3.51
Job
Job screen
Drilling / Digiform
Modifying the pattern
Drilling screen
Centering/blocking system
General
Edger
General
Lens materials
Types of lenses
Finishing
Sub-finishing and associated parameters
Safety-bevels
Polishing
Usual procedure 3.59
Job Creation/Selection
Calling up a job saved in the memory
Saving a shape in the shape base
Deleting a shape/a job saved in the memory
Drilling
Procedure
Facts worth knowing
Hints
Limits
Blocking/centering
Edging
Producing a job with rimless finishing
Producing a job with groove finishing
Producing a job with bevel finishing
Special cases 3.73
Modifying a shape - Digiform function
Introduction
Procedure
Applying an oversize
Why?
How?
Hints
Important notes
Limits
Edging the left lens with different parameters from
those of the right lens
Principle
Procedure
Edging several lenses identically
Principle
Procedure
Checking a finishing before the lens is edged
Principle
Presentation
Visualise a finishing
Placing a finishing manually
Produce a manual bevel
Produce a manual groove
Feel the lens again
Operating ranges: 3.87
Points to remember
Illustration of finishing limits
Rimless Finishing
Bevel Finishing
Inclined Groove Finishing
Drilling
Conditions
Limits of hole positioning
Limits related to the thickness of the lens
Limitation of the lens characteristics (blocker/pattern)
Lens characteristics
CONFIGURATION
Presentation of configuration menus 4.95
Presentation of the configuration menus access screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Presentation of the personalisation menus access
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screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Configuration of finishing parameters
default values 4.97
Presentation
Principle
Screen description
Access / Exit
General procedure
Saving the new configuration
Limits
Bevel
Groove
Safety-bevel
Adjustment of the setting values 4.103
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Correction of frame and lens values 4.105
Regular maintenance of the edger 5.127
Replacing the flexible lens clamp adaptor pad
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Replacing the mill bit
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Hints
Replacing the lens feeler tips
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Hints
Dressing a wheel
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Hints
Cleaning / replacing the removable visor
Preliminary remarks
Replacing the visor
Hints
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Cleaning the filters and water tank
Presentation
Emptying the water tank
Configuration of general operating
parameters 4.107
Principle
Screen description
Access / Exit
Configuration of the functions
Selecting the dialog language
Activating size compensation according to temperature
Enabling size compensation according to wheel condition
Enabling size compensation according to the bowing/
flattening of the frame
Saving the new configuration
Configuration of Communication
parameters 4.109
Presentation
Principle
Screen description
Access / Exit
Enabling / Disabling communication functions
MAINTENANCE
Presentation of maintenance menus 5.113
Presentation of the maintenance menus access screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Presentation of the maintenance screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Visualising the components 5.115
Task list 5.117
Maintenance of the touch screen unit
5.119
Cleaning the touch screen
Maintenance of the Scanform unit 5.121
Cleaning the Scanform
Replacing a stylus tip
Replacing the frame clip tubes
Replacing the centering plate
Maintenance of the centering/blocking
system zone 5.125
Cleaning the ground glass screen
Cleaning the lower lens of the collimator
Replacing the main fuse
Preliminary remarks
Procedures
Hints
Preliminary remarks
Procedure
Hints
Handling the covers 5.147
Removing the covers
When?
How?
Replacing the covers
Preventive maintenance 5.149
Hints
Replacement table for standard parts
Adjustments 5.151
Presentation of the settings menus access screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Adjusting the Scanform
Adjusting the feeling
When?
Procedure
Hints
Adjusting the sizes
When?
Procedure
Adjusting the flush of the mill bit
When?
Procedure
Hints
Adjusting the touch screen
When?
Procedure
Hints
Consulting the setting values
Presentation
Access/Exit/Navigation
Presentation of the setting value screens
Consulting the statistics 5.169
Presentation of the statistics menu
Screen description
Access/Exit
Consultation principles
Incident log
General operation of the machine
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Messages 5.185
Types of messages
List of messages.
TESTS
Presentation of test menus 6.197
Presentation of the test menus access screen
Screen description
Access / Exit
Typical test screen
Operating principle 6.199
Operating principle of a typical screen
Tests involved
Procedure
Test sequence
Operation of the other screens
Screen with switch
Screen with micro-switches and photocells
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Characteristics 7.213
Technical specifications 7.214
Characteristics
EC Standards:
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REVISION FOLLOW-UP
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1 INSTALLATION
UNPACKING THE MACHINE
#1&2
#3&4
Keep the case, the
small carton and the
hose
near
the
machine.
#5
#8&9
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#6&7
=> Installation
1.1 UNPACKING THE MACHINE
1.1.1 WARNING
> Ensure that the machine is placed in accordance with the TOP and BOTTOM signs on the box.
> Place the machine on a flat and stable surface.
1.1.2 PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to unpack the machine:
#1 Place the machine on the floor in its packing with the help of another person.
#2 Cut the two straps on the main packaging carton.
#3 Cut the adhesive tapes on the main packaging carton.
#4 Check that the accessories (small box, case and tube) have been supplied
and keep them close to the machine.
#5 Pull the main packaging carton upwards and remove it.
#6 Cut the two straps on the second packaging carton.
#7 Cut the adhesive tape on the second carton.
#8 Pull the second packaging carton upwards and remove it.
#9 Remove the plastic protection from the machine.
#10 With the help of a second person, lift the machine by the rails and place it
on the work bench.
#11 Keep the packaging cartons. We advise you to stock them flat.
Flow chart 1-1: Unpacking the edger
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Installation...Unpacking the machine
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1.2 REMOVING THE SHIPPING RAILS
1.2.1 CONDITIONS
> The machine is placed on the work bench.
> There is enough space around the machine.
1.2.1.1 PROCEDURE
To remove the shipping rails, follow the procedure below:
#1 With the help of a second person, tip the machine gently to the rear so as to
have access to the 4 rail fixing screws.
#2 With a 13 mm Allen key, take out the 4 fixing screws and remove the rails.
#3 Keep the shipping rails with the rest of the packaging cartons.
Flow chart 1-2: Removing the shipping rails
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As shown...
#1
Illustration 1-1: Removing the fixing screws from the shipping rails
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Installation...Removing the shipping rails
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1.3 PREPARING THE BENCH
1.3.1 MACHINE DIMENSIONS
H = 442 mm
The following illustrations show the machine dimensions.
W = 728 mm
D = 600 mm
Flow chart 1-3: Edger dimensions
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Height = 442 mm
Width = 728 mm
Depth = 600 mm
Weight = 75 kg
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Installation...Preparing the bench
1.3.2 FLOOR SPACE AND DRILLING REQUIRED
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ILLUSTRATION
The following sketch shows the positioning of the machine on the bench and the openings which must be
provided.
 Position your machine correctly before drilling the bench!
Discharge
Illustration 1-2: Positioning the machine on the bench and drilling to be made
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RECOMMENDATIONS
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Follow the dimensions given.
Leave enough space around the edger.
Ensure that the bench is stable and level.
Install the edger away from any source of heat.
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1.4 WATER CONNECTIONS
1.4.1 SPECIFICATIONS
1.4.1.1 GENERAL
> Water intake with a stop-valve fitted with a 20 x 27 mm female connector and a filter seal.
This stop-valve must be reserved for the machine and placed at a maximum of 80 cm from the place
provided for the machine.
The stop-valve must be easy to reach and closed when not in use.
> Water pressure = 4 - 7 bars
> Water discharge through a 100 mm diameter pipe.
The slope must be at least 5% to ensure proper evacuation of the refuse.
1.4.1.2 FILTRATION TANK WITH PUMP
> W 600 x H 400 x D 315 mm
> 60-liter capacity
> Three levels of filtration
1.4.1.3 PUMP
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W 400 x H 230 x D 300 mm
Power = 450 W max.
Q = 20/220 l/min
V = 220 - 240 V
H=8-1m
F = 50 Hz
IP = 68
1.4.2 PIPE CONNECTIONS
1.4.2.1 FIND THE OPENINGS ON THE CHASSIS
Water supply
Discharge
Illustration 1-3: Chassis openings
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Installation...Water connections
1.4.2.2 PROCEDURE
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As shown...
#3
#1
#2
=> Level!
Pump
power
connector
=> DIRECT WATER SUPPLY
=> CLOSED CIRCUIT
#5
#6
#6
Filtration tank
#4
#7
Settling tank
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#4
Installation...Water connections
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Flow chart
To connect the water supply to the edger and fit the pipes, follow the procedure below:
#1 Check that the machine is switched off: On/Off switch OFF and mains plug
disconnected.
#2 Check that the water supply is closed.
#3 Ensure that the machine is level => screw or unscrew the four feet.
#4 Connect the water drain pipe to the chassis.
#5 Fit the filter seal between the water supply connection and the valve if you
operate in direct water supply.
#6 Connect the water supply pipe to the valve (if direct water) or to the pump
(in closed circuit).
#7 Connect the used water discharge pipe if you operate in direct water supply.
#8 When the water circuit is being filled, check the watertightness of the unit,
especially around the solenoid valves.
#9
If operating in closed circuit, connect the pump supply to the pump power
connector.
Flow chart 1-4: Pipe connections
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Installation...Water connections
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1.5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
1.5.1 SPECIFICATIONS
> 2P+T - 16A - 200/240V plug protected by a 30 mA earth-leakage circuit-breaker.
> The socket must be earthed.
1.5.2 EDGER WIRING
1.5.2.1 PROCEDURE
→
Flow chart
To connect the peripheral equipment to the edger, proceed as follows:
#1 Check that the machine is switched off: On/Off switch OFF and mains plug
disconnected.
#2 Connect the machine to the OMA port and the Axcell or the server.
#3 If you operate in closed circuit, plug in the pump.
Flow chart 1-5: Electrical connections
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As shown...
GSM
Bar code
OMA
ON/OFF switch
Pump
Power supply
Illustration 1-4: Electrical connections
Note: The pump and reader illustrations are not the property of Briot and are used purely as
examples.
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Installation...Electrical connections
#1 / 3
#2
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1.6 STARTING THE EDGER
1.6.1 PROCEDURE
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Flow chart
To start the edger proceed as follows:
#1 Check that the machine is switched off: On/Off switch OFF and mains plug
disconnected.
#2 Fit the lens clamping and lens holder adaptors on the shafts.
#3 Plug in the machine and switch on (On/Off switch lit).
#4 Start a dummy cycle and adjust the flow of the visor and edging chamber
sprays using the flow adjusting screws located on the left side of the
machine (use a key).
#5 Carry out one or two jobs to check that the machine operates correctly.
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Flow chart 1-6: Starting the edger
As shown...
Adjust the flow!
Illustration 1-5: Starting the edger
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Installation...Starting the edger
1.6.2 SWITCHING THE MACHINE ON/OFF
ON position
«1» pushed in - Lit
up
OFF position
«0» pushed in - Unlit
Flow chart 1-7: Switching the machine ON/OFF
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2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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2.1 SAFETY
2.1.1 OPERATOR
> Read the instructions carefully and always keep the manual near your machine so you can refer to it
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easily.
This is a rotary machine: the wheels are potentially dangerous. Be very careful and keep your hands away
from the set of wheels.
Two people are necessary to move the machine.
When you activate the clamp shafts, keep your fingers outside the contact areas.
Before touching the fuses, disconnect the mains cable.
Make sure that the installation is perfectly water-tight.
Before servicing the edger, check that the mains cable is unplugged.
2.1.2 MACHINE
> Make sure your voltage source corresponds to the voltage specified on the identification plate
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located at the rear of the machine. If you are unsure of the type of current available in your premises, contact
your electricity company.
If the machine is not going to be used for a long period of time, disconnect the power cords from
the wall outlet.
Disconnect the machine if there is an electrical storm or when the machine is left unattended
for a long period.
Keep the machine away from any source of heat. A radiator is a heat source which can be detrimental to
the correct operation of the machine.
The openings in the cover are designed to ventilate the machine and contribute to its normal
operation. Do not obstruct them or cover them.
Make sure that the machine is installed in a correctly ventilated room.
Do not overload the wall sockets or plugs because you would increase the risk of fire or electric shock.
Avoid using electric extension leads.
Keep the machine away from any source of dust.
Any servicing or work on the machine (with the cover open or closed) must be undertaken by a Briot
technician.
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY ANY USE OF THE MACHINE
WHICH DOES NOT OBEY THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL OR THOSE DISPLAYED ON THE MACHINE
ITSELF.
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Safety precautions...Safety
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2.2 RECOMMENDATIONS
> Comply with the machine maintenance messages.
> Protect the machine's power cords.
> Contact a Briot technician for all repairs and always order Briot spare parts.
> Use only products delivered and specified by Briot.
> The machine is guaranteed to function correctly if the procedures stipulated in this manual are complied with.
> Ensure that the edger is cleaned regularly.
 Clean the outer cover with a clean, soft cloth moistened with a little alcohol.
 CAUTION: Do not use the following products for cleaning:
 Products containing ammonia, soda or acetic acid
 Organic products such as acetone, benzene or trichlorethylene.
> Touch screen:
 Do not press too hard on the touch screen or you could break it.
 Do not press the screen with sharp objects such as a pens, scissors, pliers, etc.
 Make sure your fingers are dry when touching the screen.
 If the reaction zone does not correspond to the key location, adjust the touch screen in relation to the display
(see paragraph Adjusting the touch screen , Chapter Settings & adjustments) .
 Clean the touch screen with a soft, clean, dry cloth.
> Scanform zone:
 To ensure an optimum working life of the equipment and performance of the shapes and sizes:
→ Close the lugs of the frame eyewires.
→ Clean the frame in the ultrasonic bath before entering the data.
 In the event of a data entry problem, push the emergency stop button and wait until the Scanform returns
control to you before resuming the operations.
> Centering/locking system zone:
 Do not scratch or put your fingers on the optical components of the blocking system (collimator lens, ground
glass screen) or you may permanently alter the measurements of the equipment.
 Ensure the lens you have inserted is clean.
 Before blocking the lens, always check which type of block is required and ensure that the lens blocking and
lens holder adaptors are appropriate for the job to be done.
Use blocks designed and supplied by Briot.
Use new adhesives.
Lay the lens down on the three lens holder pins, so that it is stable.
Dot single vision lenses at their optical center using a frontofocometer. Highlight the marking with a fine
felt-tip pen No. 24 06 211.
 Deblocking a lens.
→ Even though the deblocking system is easy to use, follow the procedure described below to avoid the risk
of damaging the lens.
 Change the blocks regularly. Their lifespan is 100 blocking operations.
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> Edging zone:
 Before starting the machine, check that the water supply is working (valve open).
 Make sure that the installation is perfectly water-tight.
 Change the water in the tank regularly if your machine operates in closed water circuit mode.
 Make regular checks of the condition of the feeler tips and change them if they are worn, chipped or
damaged.
 Remove glass and CR39 dust daily using clean water and a soft sponge or a brush so as not to scratch the
plastic surfaces.
 Clean the visor regularly.
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Safety precautions...Recommendations
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3 USING YOUR EDGER
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3.1 PRESENTATION
3.1.1 PRESENTATION OF THE MACHINE
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GENERAL ILLUSTRATION
The illustration below (Illustration 3-1) is an overall view of the machine.
Touch
screen
Edging chamber
Centering/
blocking
system
Scanform /
Digiform
Illustration 3-1: Overall view of the edger
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MAIN PARTS
The exploded view below (Illustration 3-2) shows the main parts of the edger.
Edging chamber
Carriage
Electronic system
Screen
Scanform /
Digiform
Centering/
blocking system
Safety-Bevel
Grooving Drilling
System
Illustration 3-2: Exploded view of the edger
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Using your Edger...Presentation
3.1.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE STATIONS
The emotion is composed of the following stations:
3.1.2.1 TOUCH SCREEN
The touch screen allows you to:
> Use the emotion
> Enter the job data
> Display the shape of the frame and the lens
> Display the drilling holes
> Enter the edging data.
3.1.2.2 CENTERING/BLOCKING SYSTEM
The blocking system allows you to:
> Block the lens automatic or manually.
The centering system allows you to:
> Automatically recognise a pattern or a demonstration lens
> Recognise the drilling plan of a job
> Manually center the dotted, bifocal and progressive lenses.
3.1.2.3 SCANFORM / DRILLING
The Scanform allows you to:
> Enter the characteristics of the frame, shape and gaps
> Enter the position of the frame groove for a better adaptation of the lens in the frame eyewire.
> Enter the data for one eye or both
> Enter the shape of a pattern or a demonstration lens (automatic detection of either of them)
The drilling function allows you to:
> Drill holes in the frame for attachment of the lenses
> Modify the shape of a frame to adapt it to a specific lens shape.
3.1.2.4 EDGER
The edger allows you to:
Edge the lens according to the frame, material shape and power from the shape data entered.
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Using your Edger...Presentation
3.1.3 PRESENTATION OF THE APPLICATION SCREEN
3.1.3.1 WORK INTERFACE
The screen below (Screen 3-1) is displayed after initialising the equipment at start-up.
3.1.3.2 ZONE IDENTIFICATION
Screen 3-1: Application screen
The application screen below (Screen 3-2) can be divided into zones.
Tab-related
function
Job No.
Tabs:
Job/Scanform
Tabs:
Drilling / Digiform
Tabs:
Edging
Tabs:
Centering/blocking system
Screen 3-2: Identification of the application screen zones
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Using your Edger...Presentation
3.1.3.3 READING SEQUENCE
The screen is organised so that you can follow the steps in logical order.
The interface includes 4 tabs giving access to the preparation/production steps of the spectacles.
 1 Job Creation (Scanform) /Selection
 2 Digiform/Drilling
 3 Centering/blocking system
 4 Edging operation
The parameters for each operation are defined in each of the related tabs.
For a more detailed description of the use of the equipment, see “General principles of use”, page 41.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Screen 3-3: Reading sequence of the application screen
Note: The numbers and arrows show the sequence of the procedure for general use.
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Using your Edger...Presentation
3.1.3.4 VISUAL REFERENCES
3.1.3.4.1 TYPES OF BUTTONS
There are different types of buttons corresponding to the different types of action or information to be entered :
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IN ALL OF THE MENUS
> The action button: Produces an immediate action or is used to make a selection in a pull-down list.
Example:
> The entry button: Used to enter a value using the numeric keypad and to display it.
Example:
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IN THE TECHNICAL MENUS
> The selection button: Used to select a function.
SEVERAL POSSIBLE SELECTIONS
ONE POSSIBLE SELECTION ONLY
You can enable one or more functions.
You can enable one function only.
The function is not selected.
The function is not selected.
The function is selected and enabled.
The function is selected and enabled
exclusively.
Example: The type of percent bevel will
be displayed in the Bevel sub-finishing
menu of the main application screen.
You can select all or part of the bevel
types.
Example: When the Bevel finishing type is
selected in the personalisation menu, it will
be displayed by default on the Finishing
button of the main application screen.
One finishing type only can be displayed by
default.
3.1.3.4.2 ACCESSIBILITY OF FUNCTIONS
The accessible menus or functions also follow distinct graphic codes.
> The buttons or menus which can be enabled are highlighted, those which cannot be enabled are grayed.
Example: Can be enabled
Cannot be enabled
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3.2 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF USE
The standard procedure is carried out by using the different tabs successively.
3.2.1 USUAL PROCEDURE : JOB CREATION/SELECTION
Enable the JOB tab
3.2.1.1 CALLING/CREATING A JOB/PATTERN
Calling an existing pattern from the data base:
Calling an existing job from the data base:
Creating a new profile:
Calling a job from the server data base:
Proceed as follows:
> Select the icon corresponding to the desired action.
> Then long press this button
to select the job/pattern or define the number associated
with the creation of your pattern.
When the numeric key pad is displayed, enter the job number and confirm it.
Result: The shape requested is displayed on the screen. The job number is displayed on the top left
of the display zone. The display is modified according to the job characteristics and the
default configuration values.
Note: Loading a job causes the lens material data, finishing data, etc. to be specified...
automatically.
Note: Upon each creation step, the pattern is saved automatically in the data base.
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Using your Edger...General principles of use
3.2.1.2 ENTERING THE FRAME DATA OR A PATTERN
Create a job number.
Enter the new a job number.
Entering the frame data
Select the Scanform
Select the frame type.
Select the side(s) to be entered.
Entering a pattern
Insert the pattern or demonstration lens blocked on
the pattern holder.
NOTE: The lower part of the pattern holder should
push the centering nose and the lower parts should
be positioned between the Scanform clips
Select the Scanform
Select the entry type:
> Automatic insertion
> Semi-automatic insertion
Launch the entry for the pattern or
demonstration lens
Place the frame in the Scanform.
When the numeric key pad is displayed,
enter the value of the frame bridge.
Launch the entry for the frame data
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Using your Edger...General principles of use
3.2.2 USUAL PROCEDURE : DIGIFORM/DRILLING
Enter the Drilling tab
.
3.2.2.1 MODIFYING THE SHAPE OF A PATTERN
To modify the shape of a pattern, use the functions on the bottom of the screen.
3.2.2.2 POSITIONING THE DRILLING HOLES
To get access to the drilling menu, use this key:
> Add a hole using this key:
> Select the coordinate to be modified (X, Y, Dia.) using the navigation keys.
> Enter the desired value using this button:
or increment/decrement the value using these keys:
and
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#1
#2
Blocker arm
Pin
Blocker head
#3
#5
#4
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3.2.3 USUAL PROCEDURE: BLOCKING/CENTERING SYSTEM
Enter the blocking/centering tab.
Select the side to be blocked.
Place a lens holder, corresponding to the lens to be blocked, on the ground glass screen.
Place the lens to be blocked on its holder.
Select the blocker type.
#1
Center the lens
Place a pin in the blocker head
#2
Rotate the blocker head by 180°.
#3
#4
#5
Rotate the blocker arm
Lower the blocker head on the lens.
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3.2.4 USUAL PROCEDURE: EDGING
Enter the Edging tab
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3.2.4.1 FLOW CHART
The following flow chart shows the usual edging procedure.
> To obtain more information about a step or to see the relevant icons, click on the zone
concerned.
Call a job number.
Select the lens material.
Select the type of lens.
Select the finishing type.
Select the sub-finishing type.
Select the type of front safety-bevel, if desired.
Select the type of rear safety-bevel, if desired.
Select polishing, if desired.
Place the lens in the edging chamber.
Start the edging process.
At the end of the cycle, open the lens camp shaft.
Remove the edged lens carefully.
Flow chart 3-1: Usual procedure
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3.2.4.2 INSERTING / REMOVING THE LENS
3.2.4.2.1 TO INSERT THE LENS IN THE EDGING CHAMBER
 When all the edging characteristics have been entered, insert the lens in the edging chamber.
 Always check that the correct clamping adaptors for the job have been fitted.
19 mm diameter adaptors
25 mm diameter adaptors
If the job being run requires special adaptors, a warning message will be displayed automatically.
3.2.4.2.2 TO REMOVE THE LENS FROM THE EDGING CHAMBER
When the edging cycle is stopped or interrupted, open the visor.
 Press this button
.
Result: the lens clamp shaft opens automatically.
 Remove the edged lens without removing the block so as to be able to do a retouch if necessary.
3.2.4.3 STARTING / INTERRUPTING AN EDGING CYCLE
3.2.4.3.1 TO START AN EDGING CYCLE
When all the edging characteristics have been entered and the lens is fitted on the lens holder
adapter,
 press this button
.
Result: The visor closes automatically; the lens clamp shaft closes automatically; the edging cycle is
run.
3.2.4.3.2 TO INTERRUPT AN EDGING CYCLE
If you wish to interrupt the current edging cycle,
 press this button
.
Caution! Do not confuse it with the machine shut-down procedure which is activated with this button:
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3.2.4.4 NORMAL EDGING CYCLE SEQUENCE
Once you have started the edging cycle, the following steps follow automatically:
emotion
Automatic closing of the lens clamp shaft
Lens roughing
Lens finishing (Rimless or Bevel)
Lens chamfering (if selected)
Lens polishing (if selected)
Lens safety-beveling (if selected)
Lens grooving (if selected)
Lens drilling (if selected)
Flow chart 3-2: Edging cycle sequence
Note: Selecting Manual finishing (beveling, groovi ng) leads to a modification in the standard
edging cycle sequence.
3.2.4.5 IMPORTANT NOTES
3.2.4.5.1 WHEN JOB DATA ARE RECEIVED
> If the job provides the edging data, they are displayed automatically.
Example: If the job finishing is a bevel, the finishing displayed will automatically be Bevel.
> If the job provides no edging data, the characteristics configured by default (see Configuration of finishing
parameters default values, chapter 4) are displayed automatically.
Example: If the default finishing is Bevel and the type is Auto, the displayed finishing will be Bevel
and the sub-finishing will be Bevel Auto.
> If the job specifies data which have been excluded from the edger configuration, an « Incompatible edger
configuration » message is displayed (see , chapter 5).
> If you modify the job data before starting to edge one of the lenses, the new characteristics will be
memorised automatically and applied to the two lenses.
Caution! Check the parameter values of the two lenses.
> The lens characteristics (material and type) determine the types of finishing available.
Example: A mineral lens cannot be drilled. Drilling finishing is therefore not available in the finishings
pull-down menu when Mineral lens material is selected.
3.2.4.5.2 DURING EDGING OF THE SECOND LENS
 Always check that the preselected type of finishing is the finishing that you wish to apply.
In fact, the finishing selected for the first lens is automatically memorised and preselected for the
following lens (see “Edging several lenses identically”, page 77 and see “Edging the left lens with
different parameters from those of the right lens”, page 76).
 Check the parameter values.
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3.3 APPLICATION SCREEN ICONS
The screens and tables below present and describe all the icons of the user interface classified in type or menu
order.
3.3.1 JOB
Short press: The calculator is displayed
for you to enter a job No. saved in the
internal memory.
Long press: The jobs base is displayed.
Access to
Scanform screen
Select frame
type
Select side
to be
entered
Select entry
type
(Auto,
semi-auto)
Short press: The job is sent to
an OMA server.
Center distance
between lenses
Short press: The calculator is displayed to enter a
job No. to be loaded from the OMA. When the
calculator is displayed, a bar code can be entered.
3.3.1.1 JOB SCREEN
Short press: The pattern base is displayed. Short press:
Scanform entry is
Long press: The internal shapes base is
launched.
displayed.
Screen 3-4: Job screen icons
Previous
page
Move up
Move down
Next
page
Return to
Digiform screen
Numeric
entry
Cancel the
job
Confirm
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3.3.2 DRILLING / DIGIFORM
3.3.2.1 MODIFYING THE PATTERN
Access to
drilling
screen
Width
3.3.2.2 DRILLING SCREEN
Height
W/H
ratio
H/W
ratio
HalfPerimeter height
Oversize
thickness
Screen 3-5: Pattern modification screen icons
Increment
Decrement
Numeric
entry
Return to
Digiform screen
Navigation arrow in
the table
Drill an
elongated hole
Add a hole Remove a
hole
Screen 3-6: Drilling Sub-Finishing Icons
Note: Drilling angle set to 10°
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3.3.3 CENTERING/BLOCKING SYSTEM
3.3.3.1 GENERAL
Horizontal
offset
Vertical offset
Right half-pupillary
distance
Save in the
pattern base
Right pupillary
height
Bridge
Left pupillary height
Left half-pupillary
distance
Screen 3-7: Blocking screen icons
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3.3.4 EDGER
3.3.4.1 GENERAL
Lens selection
Lens materials
Finishing
Sub-Finishing
Launch the
edging process
Tighten the lens
Types of lenses
Rear safetybevels
Polishing
Oversize to boxing
width
Front safety-bevels
Screen 3-8: Edging tab general icons.
3.3.4.2 LENS MATERIALS
Note: The presence and order of the icons displayed on the screen depend on the job data
(see “When job data are received”, page 49).
CR39
Mineral
Polycarbonate
Trivex™
High Index
Plastic
Screen 3-9: Lens Material Icons
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3.3.4.3 TYPES OF LENSES
Note: The presence and order of the icons displayed on the screen depend on the job data
(see “When job data are received ”, page 49).
Hydrophobic
Fragile
Normal
Screen 3-10: Lens Type Icons
> Hydrophobic
Specific cycle suitable for lenses with hydrophobic treatment.
> Fragile
Specific cycle suitable for lenses that you consider to be fragile: the roughing phase is slower than
during a normal cycle.
> Normal
Cycle suitable for the majority of lenses.
NOTE: If the lens type is HI and hydrophobic or fragile, roughing will be carried out using the mineral
roughing wheel to remove the risk of chipping the lens.
3.3.4.4 FINISHING
Note: The presence and order of the icons displayed on the screen depend on the job data
(see see “When job data are received”, page 49).
Grooving
Bevel
Rimless
Screen 3-11: Finishing Type Icons
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3.3.4.5 SUB-FINISHING AND ASSOCIATED PARAMETERS
> The following screen is a montage to show all possible sub-finishing.
GROOVE
BEVEL
Manual
Auto
or
33%
50%
Front face
Rear face
Screen 3-12: Sub-finishing type icons
> Groove/Manual Bevel
By selecting this type of finish, you can check and reposition the bevel/the groove during the edging cycle
using a special screen which is displayed after the second lens feeling cycle.
.
> Groove/Automatic Bevel
The apex of the bevel or groove is automatically positioned at 1/3 of the lens thickness from the front face.
> Groove/33% Bevel
The apex of the bevel is positioned at 33% of the lens thickness from the front face.
> Groove/50% Bevel
The apex of the bevel is positioned at 33% of the lens thickness from the front face.
> Groove/Front Face Bevel
The bevel follows the front face of the lens and is positioned at a given distance in mm between the apex of
the bevel and the front face of the lens.
> Groove/Rear Face Bevel
The bevel follows the rear face of the lens and is positioned at a given distance in mm between the apex of
the bevel and the front face of the lens.
IMPORTANT NOTE
> If the maximum thickness of the lens is less than 2 mm, the applied bevel or groove will automatically be of
1/2 - 1/2 type, whichever type of bevel/groove is selected initially.
 More information about limits: Click here or see see “Operating ranges:”, page 87.
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3.3.4.6 SAFETY-BEVELS
Front face
0.2mm
No front face
safety-bevel
No rear face
safety-bevel
Rear face
0.2mm
Rear face
0.4mm
Rear face
0.6mm
Screen 3-13: Safety-Bevel Type icons
IMPORTANT NOTES
> A safety-bevel can only be made when:
- The distance between the apex of the bevel and the front/rear face of the lens is greater than 1.6
mm.
- The distance between the front edge of the groove and the front face of the lens is greater than
0.4 mm, and the distance between the rear edge of the groove and the rear face of the lens is greater
than 0.4 mm. (Depth of safety-bevel = 0.2 mm).
> If you make a retouch whose value is greater than 0.20 mm, the lens will be retouched but the safety-bevel(s)
will be machined or even removed.
 More information about limits: Click here or see see “Operating ranges:”, page 87.
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3.3.5 POLISHING
Note: The presence and order of the icons displayed on the screen depend on the job data
(see “When job data are received”, page 49).
WITHOUT
Screen 3-14: Polishing Icons
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3.4 USUAL PROCEDURE
To familiarize you with the emotion interface and its general operation, we suggest that you carry out the
following jobs. Job Creation/Selection.
3.4.1 JOB CREATION/SELECTION
3.4.1.1 CALLING UP A JOB SAVED IN THE MEMORY
The numbers of this illustration refer to the step numbers below.
#1
#2
#3
Follow the steps below to call up a job saved in the memory:
1 A short press on the job selection key (
) opens the
numeric key pad and a long press displays the complete list of jobs in
the memory.
2 Go to the desired job using the following keys:
,
.
Enter the job number to be called up.
3 Confirm your choice when quitting the list of jobs in the memory: .
Press the
key to confirm.
4 The chosen shape and the customer's parameters are displayed in
the screen.
5 The jobs are saved automatically when a new job is created or
called up. They are deleted after they have been edged.
3.4.1.2 SAVING A SHAPE IN THE SHAPE BASE
The machined shapes are saved automatically in the equipment data base.
3.4.1.3 DELETING A SHAPE/A JOB SAVED IN THE MEMORY
To delete a job from a job menu that can be accessed via
use this button
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PRODUCING A JOB WITH DRILLING
Increment
Decrement
Numeric
entry
Navigation arrow in
the table
Drill an elongated
hole
Add a hole Delete a
hole
Illustration 3-3: Example of the production of a job with Drilling
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3.4.2 DRILLING
3.4.2.1 PROCEDURE
Call a job number.
Add a drilling hole.
NOTE: The hole is displayed in the center.
Use the navigation keys and select the coordinate to be
entered / modified (X, Y and hole diameter).
Enter the desired value using the calculator or the
increment / decrement buttons.
Note: No increment: 0.05mm
Do you want to drill another hole?
No
Yes
Confirm the step.
Remarks
• The current hole is shown by a red cross.
• The previously selected hole is shown by pink circle.
• To position a hole from the edge of the lens, your entered value should be within [-2,5 mm, +15 mm].
• To position a hole measured with reference to another hole, your entered value should be within
[-15 mm, +15 mm].
• Elongated holes are defined between the currently edited point and the previous point.
3.4.2.2 FACTS WORTH KNOWING
> Drilling, if it is selected, is the last step in the edging process.
> If you do not want holes, ensure that no hole has been entered in the drilling tab.
> Elongated holes and notches are always machined from the edge of the lens towards the centre.
> Characteristics of the diameter of a hole:
→ The diameter of a drilled hole is always greater or equal to that of the mill bit which is fitted.
→
Special case: If the diameter of the fitted bit is greater than the diameter of the hole and you have confirmed
the warning message « Bit diameter > hole diameter. Do you wish to drill? », the hole diameter will be
equal to the diameter of the bit.
→
Lenses are always drilled at a 10° angle with reference to the front face.
> The smallest hole diameter that can be drilled with the mill bit is 1 mm.
Min. hole diameter = 1 mm (bit dia.)
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Note: When the job is received on the edger, if it includes at least one hole whose diameter
is smaller than that of the bit, the machine will display the following warning
message: « Bit diameter > hole diameter. Do you want to drill? » If you reply Yes:
The minimum diameter of the holes will be equal to the bit dia meter. If you reply
No: the entire drilling plan will be ignored and no hole will be drilled. The lens
will be finished in rimless.
3.4.2.3 HINTS
 When the edging cycle is finished, remove the edged lens without removing the block so as to be able to
retouch it if necessary.
3.4.2.4 LIMITS
> The total number of holes and notches is limited.
→ The limit is ten holes per lens, for all types of holes.
> Retouching is not possible on a drilled lens. The Oversize/Retouch key is therefore not available.
See also see “Drilling”, page 90
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Application examples
Case 1
Purpose: Drill two holes with the following parameters:
" Dia. = 1.5 mm
"Temporal side
"Y coordinate for the two holes = 7 mm
"Distance between the two X centres = 4 mm
"Distance between a hole edge and the lens edge D = 2 mm
1 Create the first hole.
2 Enter the distance from the centre of the first hole
to the lens edge. D =2 + 1.5/2 = 2.75 mm
3 Enter the Y coordinate of the first hole.
Y = 7 mm
4 Enter the hole diameter.
Dia. = 1.5 mm
5 Create the second hole.
6 Enter the distance along X from the previous hole.
X = 4 mm
7 Enter the distance along Y from the previous hole.
Y = 0 mm
8 Enter the diameter of the second hole.
D = 1.5 mm
9 Confirm and go back to the main screen or add a
third hole.
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Centering a lens
frontofocometer
marked
with
a
- The central point must be on the red cross.
The lateral points must be on the
horizontal line.
Centering a bifocal lens
- The top of the segment must be tangential
to the red line.
The sides of the segment must be
tangential to a pair of vertical lines of the
same colour.
Centering a dotted progressive lens
- The distant vision marking must be on the
red cross.
- The axis marking must be parallel to the
horizontalred lines.
Centering a progressive lens with micro
engravings
- The distant vision marking must always be
on the red cross.
- The micro engravings must be aligned with
a horizontal line, with the lens centered using
the vertical lines of the same colour.
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3.4.3 BLOCKING/CENTERING
The numbers of this illustration refer to the step numbers below.
Follow the steps below to block a lens:
1 On the main screen, select the side to be blocked by pressing directly
on the frame concerned (right or left eye).
NOTE: The blocking screen replaces the main screen. A red and green
letter at the top of the screen (L or R) shows which side will be blocked.
2 Place a lens holder, corresponding to the lens to be blocked, on the
ground glass screen.
NOTE: To block a lens which has to be regrooved, or a small lens (<45 mm),
it is preferable to use the fitted lens holder (small diameter )
(P/N S390017) .
3 Place the lens to be blocked, after marking it, on its holder.
4 Select the type of lens to be blocked.
Result: A coloured target corresponding to the type of lens selected is
displayed in the main window.
5 Position the lens to be blocked so that the markings match the target.
6 Place a block fitted with an adhesive in the blocker head.
CAUTION
THE USE OF ADHESIVES WHICH ARE NOT SPECIFICALLY RECOMMENDED
BY BRIOT MAY RESULT IN MALFUNCTIONS DURING SUBSEQUENT
EDGING PHASES.
7 Start the lens blocking operation.
8 When the blocking operation is complete, remove the blocked lens from
its holder.
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PRODUCING A JOB WITH RIMLESS FINISHING
Polycarbonate lens
Rimless
Normal Type
With polishing
Without
safety-bevel
Start the edging
process
Screen 3-15: Example of the production of a job with rimless finishing
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3.4.4 EDGING
3.4.4.1 PRODUCING A JOB WITH RIMLESS FINISHING
3.4.4.1.1 OBJECT
Produce a job with the following characteristics:
Polycarbonate > Normal lens > Rimless finishing > No safety-bevel > Polishing
3.4.4.1.2 PROCEDURE
To carry out the job described above, proceed as follows:
Call a job number.
Select POYCARBONATE lens material.
Select NORMAL lens type.
Select RIMLESS finishing.
Select NO SAFETY-BEVEL.
Select POLISHING option.
Place the lens in the edging chamber.
Start the edging process.
Flow chart 3-3: Production of a job with Drilling finishing
Note: To familiarize yourself with the icons associated with each step, refer to the screen on
the left page.
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PRODUCING A JOB WITH GROOVE FINISHING
HI plastic lens
Groove Finishing
33% sub-finishing
Normal Type
With polishing
0.2 mm front face
safety-bevel
Start
the
edging process
0.2 mm rear face
safety-bevel
Illustration 3-4: Example of the production of a job with Groove finishing
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3.4.4.2 PRODUCING A JOB WITH GROOVE FINISHING
3.4.4.2.1 OBJECT
Produce a job with the following characteristics:
HI plastic > Normal lens > Grooving > 33 % Groove > Front and rear safety-bevels > Polishing
Safety-bevel parameters: front depth = 0.20 mm / rear depth = 0.20 mm
3.4.4.2.2 PROCEDURE
To carry out the job described above, proceed as follows:
Call a job number.
Select HI plastic lens material.
Select NORMAL lens type.
Select GROOVE finishing.
Select 33% sub-finishing.
Select 0.2 mm FRONT and REAR SAFETY-BEVELS.
Note: The front safety-bevel value is 0 or 0.2 mm.
The rear safety-bevel value is 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6mm.
Select POLISHING option.
Place the lens in the edging chamber.
Start the edging process.
Flow chart 3-4: Production of a job with Drilling finishing
Note: To familiarize yourself with the icons associated with each step or obtain more details
of the action required, refer to the screen on the left page.
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PRODUCING A JOB WITH BEVEL FINISHING
Mineral lens
Bevel finishing
50% Bevel
Fragile type
Without oversize
Rear face safety-bevel
Without polishing
Screen 3-16: Example of the production of a job with a bevel
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3.4.4.3 PRODUCING A JOB WITH BEVEL FINISHING
3.4.4.3.1 OBJECT
Produce a job with the following characteristics:
Mineral > Fragile lens > 1/2-1/2 bevel > Rear safety-bevel = 0.40 mm > Without polishing
3.4.4.3.2 PROCEDURE
To carry out the job described above, proceed as follows:
Call a job number.
Select MINERAL lens material.
Select FRAGILE lens type.
Select BEVEL finishing.
Select 50% sub-finishing.
Select the type of REAR safety-bevel for 0.4 mm (SB No. 2)
Place the lens in the edging chamber.
Start the edging process.
Flow chart 3-5: Production of a job with Bevel finishing
Tip! To familiarize yourself with the icons associated with each step or obtain more details of
the action required, refer to the screen on the left page.
3.4.4.3.3 HINTS
 When the edging cycle is finished, remove the edged lens without removing the block so as to be able to
retouch it if necessary.
 If you are unsure about the type of bevel positioning, we advise you to choose Manual type from the main
screen. During the cycle, when the manual finishing screen is displayed, press the Manual Bevel button,
select the type of bevel you wish and visualise the position of the bevel apex directly on the screen.
3.4.4.3.4 LIMITS
> If the maximum thickness of the lens is less than 2 mm, the applied bevel will automatically be
of 1/2 - 1/2 type, whichever type of bevel is selected initially.
 See also see “Produce a manual bevel”, page 82 and see “Operating ranges:”, page 87.
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MODIFYING A SHAPE - DIGIFORM
Call up a shape
Storage source for
shapes and templates
Shape modification keys
Illustration 3-5: Example of shape modification - Digiform
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3.5 SPECIAL CASES
3.5.1 MODIFYING A SHAPE - DIGIFORM FUNCTION
3.5.1.1 INTRODUCTION
In some cases the pattern used for drilled frames or nylor frames does not match the required shape.
The Digiform function used on the emotion can modify any shape to produce a new pattern.
3.5.1.2 PROCEDURE
The numbers of this illustration refer to the step numbers below.
Follow the steps below to modify a shape (Digiform function):
1 Call up the initial saved shape.
2 Modify the shape as required (see paragraph Description of
the Digiform function, below).
3 Confirm the modifications and quit the Digiform function.
4 Use the new shape as if it were a new pattern.*
*NOTE:
This new shape can be saved in the patterns data base, with new references.
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3.5.2 APPLYING AN OVERSIZE
3.5.2.1 WHY?
If you find that the overthickness applied to the job by default is not suitable, you can decide to apply an oversize
which will be applied to the lens to be edged.
3.5.2.2 HOW?
3.5.2.2.1 PRELIMINARY CONDITION
> You must enter the oversize value BEFORE edging the lens.
3.5.2.2.2 PROCEDURE
From the main application screen (Edging tab), after selecting all the job characteristics, proceed as follows.
Note: Using the touch screen, press the zones or buttons shown.
Enter the correction value.
Check the entered value.
Flow chart 3-6: Entering an oversize value
3.5.2.2.3 RESULT:
=
The lens is edged and the initial dimension has been increased or decreased by the entered value.
> You may check the lens diameter with a digital caliper and retouch it if necessary.
3.5.2.3 HINTS
 Always check that the type of oversize displayed is indeed that which you wish to apply.
3.5.2.4 IMPORTANT NOTES
> The retouch is applied to the width of the lens. The height of the lens is recalculated to retain the proportions
>
>
of the initial shape.
For the same job, the oversizing applied to the right lens is not automatically applied to the left lens.
In the case of a new edging cycle for the same lens (also called «re-edging»), the oversizing applied to the
first lens will be automatically applied to the second.
3.5.2.5 LIMITS
> +/- 0.5 mm to boxing width
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3.5.3 EDGING THE LEFT LENS WITH DIFFERENT PARAMETERS FROM THOSE OF THE RIGHT
LENS
3.5.3.1 PRINCIPLE
> If the left and right lenses of your job do not have the same characteristics, you may modify the edging data
from one lens to another using the buttons available in the Edging tab.
CAUTION!
For the same job, the following characteristics cannot be modified from one lens to another:
• Lens material
• Finishing type
• Polishing type.
You may only modify the following characteristics:
• Lens type
• Sub-finishing type
• Safety-bevel type.
3.5.3.2 PROCEDURE
To modify the parameters from one lens to another, proceed as follows.
Note: Using the touch screen, press the zones or buttons shown.
Edge the first lens.
Select the left side.
Change the characteristics as you wish.
Check the parameter values.
Flow chart 3-7: Modification of parameters from one lens to another
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3.5.4 EDGING SEVERAL LENSES IDENTICALLY
3.5.4.1 PRINCIPLE
> You wish to edge several lenses with similar characteristics.
3.5.4.2 PROCEDURE
Fit a new lens on the lens holder shaft.
Do you want to re-edge the same lens ?
Flow chart 3-8: Edging lenses with identical characteristics
=
The lens is edged again, with the same characteristics as the previous edging.
Tip! In this way you can group together similar lenses without entering the same characteristics
for each new edging cycle.
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3.5.5 CHECKING A FINISHING BEFORE THE LENS IS EDGED
3.5.5.1 PRINCIPLE
> You may wish to check the position of the desired finishing - bevel and groove - before beginning the lens
edging cycle.
> You may also wish to position the finishing yourself when running a job.
> You may be automatically redirected to this screen.
Example: The desired finishing position cannot be applied to the lens being edged.
A special screen allows you to visualise the finishing and modify its position, if desired.
3.5.5.2 PRESENTATION
3.5.5.2.1 MANUAL BEVEL SCREEN
Re-feeling
B Developed lens profile
Front face developed curve
Bevel apex developed
curve
Rear face developed curve
A
Lens
shape
seen from the
front
Angular position Index
C
Lens thickness
Lens section
at position of index
Sub-Finishing
Width
Movement of the index
Screen 3-17: Manual bevel screen
IMPORTANT NOTE
> The indices of zones A and B indicate the same finishing angular position. When you move one, the other
moves as well.
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3.5.5.2.2 MANUAL GROOVE SCREEN
Re-feeling
B Developed lens profile
Front face developed curve
Groove
centre
developed curve
Rear face developed curve
A
Lens
shape
seen from the
front
Angular position Index
C
Lens section
at position of index
Sub-Finishing
Lens thickness
Movement of the index
Depth
Width
Screen 3-18: Manual groove screen
IMPORTANT NOTE
> The indices of zones A and B indicate the same finishing angular position. When you move one, the other
moves as well.
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3.5.5.3 VISUALISE A FINISHING
3.5.5.3.1 SITUATION
> You are not sure about the finishing position and wish to visualise it before it is run.
3.5.5.3.2 PROCEDURE
After opening the job and entering the characteristics, proceed as follows:
Check that finishing =
or
.
At the end of the lens feeling cycle,
the manual finishing screen is displayed.
[If necessary]
Scan the lens profile, as you wish.
[Clockwise]
[Anti-clockwise]
Flow chart 3-9: Finishing visualisation screen
3.5.5.3.3 SPECIAL CASES
After the lens feeling, you may have been redirected automatically to the manual finishing screen for the following
reasons:
• The bevel or the groove are outside the lens.
• The bevel is too far back.
• Irregular points were detected during feeling.
 In this case scan the lens profile to visualise the position of the bevel compared to the lens thickness.
 You may also reposition the finishing: see see “Placing a finishing manually”, page 81.
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3.5.5.4 PLACING A FINISHING MANUALLY
3.5.5.4.1 PRINCIPLE
> You wish to visualise the lens thickness and adjust the finishing position.
3.5.5.4.2 GENERAL PROCEDURE
After opening the job and entering the characteristics, proceed as follows:
Check that finishing =
or
.
At the end of the second lens feeling cycle,
the manual finishing screen is displayed.
[If necessary]
Select the finishing point whose position you wish to modify.
Zone A : Press the axis of your choice: top, bottom, temporal, nasal.
The axis turns from red to green.
Move the finishing and position it as you wish.
OR
[To the rear]
OR
[To the front]
Flow chart 3-10: Placing a finishing manually
IMPORTANT NOTES
> The finishing position can be modified in 3 ways: Right/left offset, width and depth modification for grooves,
>
height modification for bevels. Only the apex of the bevel or the middle of the groove is displaced along this
point. The opposite side remains fixed and the curve of the finishing is unchanged.
If you wish to reposition the whole finishing, move it in one direction to the required position. Then do the
same from the opposite point.
3.5.5.4.3 SPECIAL CASES
After the lens feeling, you may have been redirected automatically to the manual finishing screen for the following
reasons:
• The bevel or the groove are outside the lens.
• The bevel is too far back.
• Irregular points were detected during feeling.
 You may then reposition the finishing as shown in the flow chart above.
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Flow chart 3-11: Produce a manual bevel
Check that finishing =
.
The manual finishing screen is displayed.
By default, the apex of the bevel is positioned
at 1/3 of the lens thickness from the front face.
[If necessary]
[If desired]
Select the bevel point whose position you wish to modify:
=> Zone A : Press the axis of your choice: top, bottom, temporal, nasal.
The axis turns from red to green.
Move the bevel apex and position it as you wish.
[To the rear]
[To the front]
Check the position of the bevel with reference to the lens profile:
=> Zone B : Press the angular position index.
The index turns from red to green.
=> Scan the lens profile, as you wish.
[Clockwise]
[Anti-clockwise]
Position
the bevel apex
at another point?
NO
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3.5.5.5 PRODUCE A MANUAL BEVEL
3.5.5.5.1 PRINCIPLE
> You wish to visualise the lens thickness and adjust the finishing position.
3.5.5.5.2 PROCEDURE
To
1.
2.
3.
produce a manual bevel:
Call up the job.
Enter its characteristics.
Proceed as shown on the flow chart ”Produce a manual bevel 3-11”
3.5.5.5.3 HINTS
 When the edging cycle is finished, remove the lens from the edging chamber without removing the block
so as to be able to retouch it if necessary.
 Check the lens dimensions and finishing.
3.5.5.5.4 IMPORTANT NOTES
> The maximum distance between the apex of the bevel and the front face is 5 mm.
> The finishing position can be modified in four points: top, bottom, temporal, nasal. Only the bevel apex is
>
displaced along this point. The opposite side remains fixed and the curve of the bevel is unchanged.
If you wish to reposition the whole bevel, move the bevel apex in one direction to the required position. Then
do the same from the opposite point.
3.5.5.5.5 LIMITS
> If the maximum thickness of the lens is less than 2 mm, the applied bevel will automatically be of 50% type,
whichever type of bevel is selected initially.
> To make a safety-bevel of any type, the minimum distance between the bevel apex and the front/rear face
must be greater than 1.6 mm. If it is less than 1.6 mm at any point of the lens, the safety-bevel will not be
produced at this point.
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Flow chart 3-12: Producing a manual groove
Check that finishing = -
The manual finishing screen is displayed.
By default the middle of the groove is positioned
at 1/3 of the lens thickness from the front face.
[If necessary]
[If desired]
Select the groove point whose position you wish to modify:
=> Zone A : Press the axis of your choice: top, bottom, temporal, nasal.
The axis turns from red to green.
Move the middle of the groove and position it as you wish.
[To the rear]
[To the front]
Check the position of the groove with reference to the lens profile:
=> Zone B : Press the angular position index.
The index turns from red to green.
=> Scan the lens profile, as you wish.
[Clockwise]
[Anti-clockwise]
YES
Position
the middle of the groove
at another point?
NO
Modify the groove parameters, if desired.
[Depth]
[Width]
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3.5.5.6 PRODUCE A MANUAL GROOVE
3.5.5.6.1 PRINCIPLE
> You wish to visualise the lens thickness and define the curve and the position of the groove.
3.5.5.6.2 PROCEDURE
To
1.
2.
3.
produce a manual groove:
Start the edging process
Enter its characteristics.
Proceed as shown on the flow chart ”Producing a manual groove 3-12”.
3.5.5.6.3 HINTS
 When the edging cycle is finished, remove the lens from the edging chamber without removing the block
so as to be able to retouch it if necessary.
 Check the lens dimensions and finishing.
3.5.5.6.4 IMPORTANT NOTES
> Only plastics can be grooved.
> The minimum thickness of the lens must be equal to or greater than 1mm to produce a groove.
> The groove position can be modified in 4 ways: Right or left offset, width and depth modifications. Only the
>
middle of the groove is displaced along this point. The opposite side remains fixed and the curve of the groove
is unchanged.
The relationship between the minimum Lens face - Groove edge distance and the depth of the groove will
always be adjusted automatically to guarantee the lens resistance.
3.5.5.6.5 LIMITS
> If the maximum thickness of the lens is less than 2 mm, the applied groove will automatically be of 50% type,
whichever type of groove is selected initially.
> To make a groove of any type, the minimum distance between the front face of the lens and the front edge
>
of the groove (or the rear face and rear edge) must be greater than 0.4 mm. If it is less than 0.4 mm at any
point of the lens, the groove will not be produced.
The safety-bevel(s) of a grooved lens will be maintained if the retouch value is less than 0.2mm to the
diameter.
3.5.5.7 FEEL THE LENS AGAIN
> If the diameter of the lens being felt is too small, the warning message "Lens too small" is displayed and you
transfer to the manual finishing screen.
You may then feel the lens three times successively. The lens is felt 0.5 mm closer to the interior
each time.
If the three successive feeling operations are not enough, the lens is too small and cannot be edged.
Confirm the message.
Complete the cycle and retrieve the lens.
> If irregular points have been detected during the first phase of the cycle, the message "Irregular points" is
displayed and you transfer to the manual finishing screen. We advise you to repeat the lens feeling cycle.
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3.6 OPERATING RANGES:
3.6.1 POINTS TO REMEMBER
→
Lens
Diameter of uncut lens before edging = diameter of 80 mm plus 10 mm of
maximum eccentricity, i.e. a diameter of 100 mm without decentering.
Thicknesses:
Maximum thickness at the edge of the uncut (plastic) lens = 18 mm
Maximum thickness at the edge of the uncut (mineral) lens = 16 mm
Minimum thickness at the centre of the uncut lens = 1.2 mm.
If the thickness of the finished lens (rimless finishing) detected during lens
feeling > 11 mm (17 mm for bevel finishing on a plastic lens - 15 mm for bevel
finishing on a mineral lens), edging is impossible
→
Shape
Minimum height of the shape in rimless = 17.50 mm
Minimum height of the shape in bevel = 19.10 mm.
→
Minimum lifespan of the edging wheels:
Mineral roughing = 10000 lenses
Plastic roughing = 50000 lenses
Finishing = 8000 lenses - 10000 lenses
Polishing = 6000 lenses
Safety-bevel = 5000 lenses per wheel side
Grooving = 5000 lens.
→
Beveling
Minimum lens thickness to produce the type of bevel desired = 2 mm
If maximum thickness of felt lens less than 2 mm, the bevel is automatically type
1/2 - 1/2.
→
Grooving
Minimum/maximum width = 0.6 to 1.2 mm
Minimum/maximum depth = 0 to 0.8 mm.
Minimum distance between the front face of the lens and the front edge of the
groove (or rear face and rear edge) to produce a groove = 0.2 mm.
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Drilling
Minimum hole diameter = diameter of the mill bit, i.e. 1 mm
Lifespan of the mill bit = 1 hr of total drilling, all lens materials together
Maximum hole depth (= length of the mill bit) = 8 mm
Maximum hole diameter = 10 mm
Angle = 10°
Accuracy of the drilling angle = +/- 1°
Positioning of holes = +/- 0.1 mm
Maximum ten holes per lens, for all types of holes.
An elongated hole, a countersunk hole or a notch count for two holes.
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Safety-bevel
Maximum depth = 0.6 mm in increments of 0.1 mm
Retouching with safety-bevel is possible if the value of the retouch is less than
0.2 mm (at Boxing width)
Minimum distance between the apex of the bevel and the front/rear face to
produce a safety-bevel 1.6 mm
Minimum distance between the front face of the lens and the front edge of the
groove (or rear face and rear edge) to produce a safety-bevel = 0.4 mm
→
Accuracy of the edger
Dimensional accuracy = +/- 0.06 mm at diameter
Axis setting accuracy = +/- 0.5° per lens (entry+blocking+edging).
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3.6.2 ILLUSTRATION OF FINISHING LIMITS
3.6.2.1 RIMLESS FINISHING
Min. height of finished lens = 17.50 mm
Front face
Rimless
Illustration 3-6: Limits of production of a rimless lens
3.6.2.2 BEVEL FINISHING
Min. height of finished lens = 19.10 mm
Front face
Bevel width = 2.8 mm
Bevel height = 0.8 mm
Illustration 3-7: Limits of production of a bevel
3.6.2.3 INCLINED GROOVE FINISHING
Min. diameter of finished lens
= 18.60 mm (if depth = 0.8 mm)
= 18.25 mm (if depth = 0.6 mm)
Front face
Diameter of finished lens = 17 + Depth of groove x 2
Max. depth of groove = 0.8 mm
Fixed angle = 10°
Groove width = 0.6 mm to 1.2 mm
Illustration 3-8: Limits of production of an inclined groove
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3.6.3 DRILLING
3.6.3.1 CONDITIONS
> Only CR39, polycarbonate, high index (HI) and Trivex™ materials can be drilled.
> A mineral lens cannot be drilled.
3.6.3.2 LIMITS OF HOLE POSITIONING
> Whatever the type of hole, it must be drilled in a specific zone which is defined following the diagrams below.
> The following constraints must be observed:
→
The circle radius beyond which drilling is possible:
Min. distance from centre of block -> centre of
hole = 19 mm
Zone inside which drilling is not permitted.
Zone inside which drilling is permitted.
Note: When it is impossible to drill a hole (hole positioned in the end-pieces, notch passing
through the centre of the shape, this hole is shown in black in the screen. Some
holes displayed in blue in the screen may be impossible to drill after they have
been felt (holes too deep, unadapted angle, unadapted end-piece, etc.). In these
cases, these holes will be displayed in gray in the screen and only marked with
the mill bit end (with maximum inclination angle) during the drilling phase, once
the operator has accepted the marking.
→
The ring formed by the edge of the lens and the internal perimeter of the lens beyond which
drilling is not permitted:
Max. distance from drill bit centre -> edge of
lens = 12 mm
Zone inside which drilling is not permitted.
Zone inside which drilling is permitted.
ALL HOLES, WHATEVER THE TYPE, MUST BE WITHIN A 12 mm RING.
Note: If a job includes a hole placed at a distance of more than 12 mm from the edge of the
shape, the following message is displayed: « Hole deleted. At least one of the
holes cannot be drill ed. Do you want to continue? ». If you reply Yes: The entire
drilling plan is ignored, the lens is not drilled and finished in rimless. If you r eply
No, you can remove the lens from the drilling chamber.
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3.6.3.3 LIMITS RELATED TO THE THICKNESS OF THE LENS
The position of the hole and the strength of the lens to be drilled effect the drilling depth. These two parameters
can cause non-through holes which must then be finished manually.
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Thick lenses ( = thickness in the direction of drilling > 8 mm )
For lenses of high thickness and for high drilling radii (distance from centre of block to centre of hole),
it is possible that the maximum drilling length in the drilling direction may be exceeded. This results
in a non-through hole.
Caution!
Non-through hole for lens
thickness > 8 mm
Example: Drilling 30 mm from the blocking centre at 0° in a lens of strength -7 D will produce a
through hole.
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Lenses with high front base
For lenses of high front base and for high drilling radii (distance from centre of block to centre of
hole), it is possible that the mill bit retaining nut may interfere with the lens. If so, the edger
automatically limits the drilling depth to avoid this type of damage to the lens. However this may
produce a non-through hole.
Example: Drilling 19 mm from the blocking centre at 0° in a lens of strength +7 D will produce a
through hole.
The quality of the final j o b ( a c c u r a c y o f g a p s, axi s , d i a me t e r an d an g l e o f dri l l i n g )
d e pe n d s o n t h e p e r f o r m an c e an d t h e q u a lity of all the elements in the chai n:
> T h e qu a l i t y o f t h e fra m e u s e d a n d i t s p r e s e n t a t i o n l e n s
> Th e us e of n e w Brio t bl ock s a n d a d he s iv e pa tch e s
> Correct setti ng of entry, lens c enterin g, bl o c k i n g, e dg i n g an d d r i l l i n g d a t a.
BRIOT INTERNATIONAL DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE PERFORMANCE OF THE eMOTION IF THESE BASIC
RULES ARE NOT OBSERVED.
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3.6.4 LIMITATION OF THE LENS CHARACTERISTICS (BLOCKER/PATTERN)
The emotion is designed to block lenses with the following characteristics:
3.6.4.1 LENS CHARACTERISTICS
DIAMETER
Diameter of uncut lens :
30 to 100 mm
INDEX & COLOUR
The index and colour have no effect on the centering function.
TREATMENT
The lens treatment, in particular the anti-reflective coating, has no effect on the
centering function.
HEIGHT
Lay the lens down on the lens holder and measure the maximum "height" from the
centre of the lens to the top of the holder pins.
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4 CONFIGURATION
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=> Configuration
4.1 PRESENTATION OF CONFIGURATION MENUS
4.1.1 PRESENTATION OF THE CONFIGURATION MENUS ACCESS SCREEN
4.1.1.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The first user technical screen provides access to the user technical menus, such as the settings menu and the
statistics menu. The tests, maintenance and personalisation menus are intended for the technician.
You are in the User
Technical menu
PERSONALISATION menu
TESTS menu
SETTINGS menu
MAINTENANCE menu
Screen 4-1: Configuration menus access screen
Tip! The type of menu is shown by the icon which is displayed on the top right of the current
screen. If you are working with the Personalisation screen, the edger will be dis played
on the top right of the screen.
4.1.1.2 ACCESS / EXIT
4.1.1.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
 To reach the configuration menus access screen, press
on the main application screen, in
the Job selection/creation tab.
Result: The user technical menus screen is displayed.
4.1.1.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
 To leave the configuration menus access screen, press the
button.
Result: The machine restarts. The main application screen is displayed again.
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4.1.2 PRESENTATION OF THE PERSONALISATION MENUS ACCESS SCREEN
4.1.2.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The personalisation menus access screen is shown below.
You
are
in
the
personalisation menu
Frame and lens values
correction screen
Adjustment of the
setting values
General
operation
Screen 4-2: Personalisation menus access screen
4.1.2.2 ACCESS / EXIT
4.1.2.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
4.1.2.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
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4.2 CONFIGURATION OF FINISHING PARAMETERS DEFAULT
VALUES
4.2.1 PRESENTATION
4.2.1.1 PRINCIPLE
> You have your own way of working and wish to gain time by configuring your own default values.
4.2.1.2 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The configuration screen for the finishing parameters default values is shown below:
Screen 4-3: Default values configuration screen
 For a detailed description of the buttons see, See Sub-finishing and associated parameters, chapter 3.
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4.2.1.3 ACCESS / EXIT
4.2.1.3.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
4.2.1.3.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
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4.2.2 GENERAL PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to set the default value of a parameter:
#1 Press the key-in button of the chosen parameter.
#2 Using the numeric key pad, enter your chosen default value
within the limits displayed above the key pad screen.
#3
#4 Continue in the same way for each default value that you wish to
change.
Flow chart 4-1: Configuration of finishing parameter default values
4.2.3 SAVING THE NEW CONFIGURATION
> When you leave the screen, the default values that you have selected are memorised automatically.
> When you return to the application screen, you will see that the default values displayed are those you have
just entered.
4.2.4 LIMITS
The information given in the tables below completes the values referred to in Using > Application screen icons >
Sub-finishings and associated parameters.
The default values that you wish to be memorised must be within the limits given by Briot. Any value outside the
interval shown cannot be validated.
The numeric key pad will remain displayed until you have entered a correct value. If you wish to quit the numeric
key pad, use the ESC key. The previous default value will then be applied again.
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Configuration...Configuration of finishing parameters default values
4.2.4.1 BEVEL
TABLE 1:
Subfinishing
type
Briot
default
values
Lower
limit
Upper
limit
Incrementation
1 mm
-5 mm
5 mm
0.01 mm
4D
0.25 D
12 D
0.25 D
33%
0
100%
1%
0.8 mm
0.8 mm
3 mm
0.1 mm
4.2.4.2 GROOVE
TABLE 2:
Subfinishing
type
Briot
default
values
Lower
limit
Upper
limit
Incrementation
1 mm
-5 mm
5 mm
0.01 mm
4D
0.25 D
12 D
0.25 D
33%
0
100%
1%
0.4 mm
0
1 mm
0.1 mm
0.6 mm
0.6 mm
1.2 mm
0.1 mm
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4.2.4.3 SAFETY-BEVEL
TABLE 3:
Safety-bevel
type
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Briot
default
values
Lower
limit
Upper
limit
Incrementation
0.2 mm
0
0.6 mm
0.1 mm
0.2 mm
0
0.6 mm
0.1 mm
Configuration...Configuration of finishing parameters default values
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Configuration...Configuration of finishing para meters default values
To adjust the depth
of the front safety-bevel
To adjust the position
of the apex of the bevel
To adjust the depth
of the rear safety-bevel
To adjust the position
of the middle of the groove
Adjustment of the
setting values
Exit
Screen 4-4: Adjustment of the setting values (1)
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RESET DURING
ADJUSTMENT
Configuration...Adjustment of the setting values
4.3 ADJUSTMENT OF THE SETTING VALUES
4.3.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> The machine is factory adjusted to meet the needs and requirements of the majority of users.
> Any modifications of the standard setting values can affect the performance of the machine.
> If you wish nonetheless to use the values adjustment function, first target your needs with precision and then
modify the values with full knowledge of our recommendations.
4.3.2 PROCEDURE
To adjust the setting values, proceed as follows:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Press the value to be corrected.
#5 Enter a value using the numeric key pad.
#6
#7
Flow chart 4-2: Adjustment of the setting values
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Configuration...Adjustment of the setting values
To enter a correction
for plastic and metal
frames
NOT TAKEN INTO
ACCOUNT
DURING
ADJUSTMENT
To enter a correction
for plastic frames
Adjustment of the
setting values
To enter a correction
for High Index lenses
To enter a correction
for Polycarbonate lenses
Exit
To enter a correction
for CR39 lenses
To enter a correction
forTrivex™ lenses
Screen 4-5: Correction of frame and lens values
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Configuration...Correction of frame and lens values
4.4 CORRECTION OF FRAME AND LENS VALUES
4.4.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> The machine is factory adjusted to meet the needs and requirements of the majority of users.
> Any modifications of the standard setting values can affect the performance of the machine.
> If you wish nonetheless to use the values adjustment function, first target your needs with precision and then
modify the values with full knowledge of our recommendations.
4.4.2 PROCEDURE
To adjust the setting values, proceed as follows:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Press the value to be corrected.
#5 Enter a value using the numeric key pad.
#6
#7
Flow chart 4-3: Correction of frame and lens values
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Configuration...Configuration of general operating parameters
4.5 CONFIGURATION OF GENERAL OPERATING PARAMETERS
4.5.1 PRESENTATION
4.5.1.1 PRINCIPLE
> You define the machine's general operating mode.
4.5.1.2 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The setting screen for the machine's general operating parameters is shown below:
You are in the
machine's general operating mode
Dialog language
Continue to press the button until
the desired language is displayed.
Size compensation according to
water temperature
Size compensation according to
wheel condition
Size compensation according to
frame curvature
To save the settings
Screen 4-6: Setting the machine's general operating parameters
4.5.1.3 ACCESS / EXIT
4.5.1.3.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
4.5.1.3.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
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4.5.2 CONFIGURATION OF THE FUNCTIONS
4.5.2.1 SELECTING THE DIALOG LANGUAGE
 To select the dialog language, press this button :
until the desired language is displayed.
4.5.2.2 ACTIVATING SIZE COMPENSATION ACCORDING TO TEMPERATURE
4.5.2.2.1 PRINCIPLE
> The water temperature affects the degree of expansion of the wheels.
> Activating the temperature compensation automatically corrects for the expansion of the edging wheels and
the lens due to water temperature variations.
> Enabling the temperature compensation is strongly recommended if you work in closed circuit.
4.5.2.2.2 PROCEDURE
 To enable the temperature compensation:
4.5.2.3 ENABLING SIZE COMPENSATION ACCORDING TO WHEEL CONDITION
4.5.2.3.1 PRINCIPLE
> A wheel becomes very abrasive after dressing. This can lead to some instability in the dimensions of edged
lenses following wheel dressing.
> The wheel condition compensation function takes this effect into account and allows for compensation of the
lens size after the wheel has been dressed.
4.5.2.3.2 PROCEDURE
 To enable the wheel condition compensation:
4.5.2.4 ENABLING SIZE COMPENSATION ACCORDING TO THE BOWING/FLATTENING OF THE
FRAME
4.5.2.4.1 PROCEDURE
 To enable the frame bowing/flattening compensation:
4.5.3 SAVING THE NEW CONFIGURATION
When you quit the screen, the message, « Do you wish to save the new configuration? » is displayed.
you have three possibilities:
> Confirm the message: The configuration is taken into account and you return to the personalisation menus
access screen.
> Do not confirm the message: The configuration is not taken into account and you return to the
personalisation menus access screen. The previous setting is retained.
> Cancel the configuration: You return to the configuration screen. Reselect the operating parameters you
have chosen.
When you return to the application screen and begin an edging cycle, you will see that the general operating
parameters have been saved.
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Configuration...Configuration of Communication parameters
4.6 CONFIGURATION OF COMMUNICATION PARAMETERS
4.6.1 PRESENTATION
4.6.1.1 PRINCIPLE
> You enable or disable the communication functions according to the peripheral equipment connected to the
machine
4.6.1.2 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The setting screen for the machine communications is shown below:
You are in the
communication parameters screen
To save the settings
4.6.1.3 ACCESS / EXIT
Screen 4-7: Setting the communication parameters
4.6.1.3.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
4.6.1.3.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
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Configuration...Configuration of Communication parameters
4.6.1.4 ENABLING / DISABLING COMMUNICATION FUNCTIONS
4.6.1.4.1 PRINCIPLE
> According to the peripheral equipment connected to the machine, the associated communication function
must be enabled / disabled.
4.6.1.4.2 PROCEDURE
 To enable / disable the communication function:
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5 MAINTENANCE
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=> Maintenance
5.1 PRESENTATION OF MAINTENANCE MENUS
5.1.1 PRESENTATION OF THE MAINTENANCE MENUS ACCESS SCREEN
5.1.1.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The first user technical screen gives access to the user technical menus, including Maintenance, as shown in yellow
below:
You are in the User
Technical menu
PERSONALISATION menu
TESTS menu
INFORMATION menu
SETTINGS menu
MAINTENANCE menu
Screen 5-1: Configuration menus access screen
Tip! The type of menu is shown by the icon which is displayed on the top right of the current
screen. If you are working with the Maintenance screen, the hand holding the spanner
will be displayed on the top right of the screen.
5.1.1.2 ACCESS / EXIT
5.1.1.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
 To reach the configuration menus access screen, press
on the main application screen.
Result: The user technical menus screen is displayed.
5.1.1.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
 To leave the configuration menus access screen, press the
button.
Result: The machine restarts. The main application screen is displayed again.
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5.1.2 PRESENTATION OF THE MAINTENANCE SCREEN
5.1.2.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The maintenance menus access screen is shown below:
You are in the User
Maintenance menu
Emptying the
settling tank
Remote
maintenance
Dressing
the wheels
Changing the
lens feeler tips
Replacing the mill
bit
Remote
maintenance
Degraded mode
Remote
maintenance
Screen 5-2: Maintenance menus access screen
5.1.2.2 ACCESS / EXIT
5.1.2.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
5.1.2.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
x2
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5.2 VISUALISING THE COMPONENTS
The illustrations below will help you to identify the parts of the edger on which you will be working during
maintenance operations.
Visor
> Cleaning and replacement
Lens feeler tips
> Replacement
> Adjustment
Lens clamp adaptor pad
> Replacement
Mill bit
> Replacement
> Adjustment
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=> Maintenance
5.3 TASK LIST
To ensure optimum performance of your emotion, you must carry out a few maintenance operations at regular
intervals.
Maintenance of the Scanform™ unit
→ Cleaning the Scanform™
→ Replacing a stylus tip
→ Replacing the frame clip tube
→ Replacing the centering plate
Maintenance of the centering/blocking system zone
→ Cleaning the ground glass screen
→ Cleaning the lower lens of the collimator
→ Replacing the main fuse
→ Replacing the hand rest
Maintenance of the touch screen zone
→ Cleaning the touch screen
Maintenance of the Edger
→ Clean the edger daily with a spray bottle of water.
→ Replace the flexible lens clamp adaptor pad regularly (every 1000 lenses).
→ Replace the mill bit when a message asks you to do so (1 hour of total drilling time).
→ Check the condition of the lens feeler tips regularly and replace them as soon as they appear to be worn or
damaged (or every 3000 lenses).
→ Dress the wheels when a message asks you to do so.
→ Clean the removable visor regularly, and replace it if necessary.
→ Change the water in the tank regularly if your machine operates in closed water circuit mode.
→ Clean the filters and the tanks regularly.
→ Check the condition of the safety-beveling and grooving wheels and have them replaced by a technician if
necessary.
→ Check the condition of the wheels and have them replaced by a technician if necessary.
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the touch screen unit
5.4 MAINTENANCE OF THE TOUCH SCREEN UNIT
5.4.1 CLEANING THE TOUCH SCREEN
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON.
#2 Clean the touch screen gently with a soft, dry lint-free cloth.
CAUTION
Do not use products such as water or chemical agents. Ethyl alcohol can be used when a dry cloth is not sufficient
enough to remove stubborn stains.
The GUARANTEE WILL NOT APPLY to damage caused by improper maintenance of the touch screen.
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the touch screen unit
Illustration 5-1: Scanform
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the Scanform unit
5.5 MAINTENANCE OF THE SCANFORM UNIT
5.5.1 CLEANING THE SCANFORM
To clean the Scanform™, proceed as follows:
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON..
#2 Lift up the stylus tip manually.
#3 Clean the stylus tip with a brush, making sure no dusts enter the Scanform™ unit.
#4 Gently blow away any dusts from the Scanform™ unit using a compressed air spray.
5.5.2 REPLACING A STYLUS TIP
To replace a stylus tip, proceed as follows:
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON..
#2 Manually open the Scanform™ and lift up the stylus tip.
Hold the elements in this position without applying force.
#3 Place a sheet of paper at the base of the stylus shaft to pevent screws from falling into
the Scanform™ then loosen the fixing screws (A) from the stylus tip using an optician
screwdriver.
#4 Remove the stylus tip.
#5 Fit a new stylus tip on the shaft.
#6 Attach the stylus tip with the fixing screws.
#7 Release the pressure on the stylus tip and the Scanform™.
#8 Switch on the emotion.
#9 Adjust the Scanform™ (see § Adjusting the Scanform™, chapter Settings & Adjustments).
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the Scanform unit
5.5.3 REPLACING THE FRAME CLIP TUBES
To replace the frame clip tubes, proceed as follows:
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON.
#2 Manually open the Scanform™ and hold it in this position without applying force.
#3 Pull the concerned frame clip tube horizontally and remove it (Example (Figure 1)).
NOTE: Only the upper frame clip tubes can be replaced.
#4 Fit the new frame clip tube (make sure the tube is engaged fully home in its shaft).
#5 Release the pressure on the Scanform™.
5.5.4 REPLACING THE CENTERING PLATE
To replace the centering plate, proceed as follows:
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON.
#2 Manually open the Scanform™ and hold it in this position without applying force.
#3 Lightly press on the pin of the holding hook (A) (Figure 1) to disengage the centering
plate.
A
#4 Remove the centering plate from its housing.
#5 Fit the new centering plate:
Push it down until the holding hook is in position.
#6 Release the pressure on the Scanform™.
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the Scanform unit
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the Scanform unit
Illustration 5-1: Centering/blocking system
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the centering/blocking system zone
5.6 MAINTENANCE OF THE CENTERING/BLOCKING SYSTEM
ZONE
5.6.1 CLEANING THE GROUND GLASS SCREEN
To clean the ground glass screen, proceed as follows:
#1 Remove any parts which might interfere with the operation (e.g. lens holder placed on the
ground glass screen).
#2 Clean the touch screen gently with a soft, dry lint-free cloth.
*CAUTION
Avoid contaminating the ground glass screen with greasy substances or your fingers.
The alteration of the screen opacity can lead to equipment malfunctions which are NOT COVERED BY THE
GUARANTEE.
NOTE
It is recommended to clean the screen with a circular movement from the centre outwards.
5.6.2 CLEANING THE LOWER LENS OF THE COLLIMATOR
To clean the lower lens of the collimator, proceed as follows:
#1 Remove any parts which might interfere with the operation (e.g. lens holder placed on the
ground glass screen).
#2 Clean the lower lens of the collimator with antistatic cleaning swabs (P/N1000186) (Figure
1).*
*NOTE
It is recommended to clean the lower lens of the collimator with a circular movement from the centre outwards.
5.6.3 REPLACING THE MAIN FUSE
To replace a fuse, proceed as follows:
CAUTION
STRICTLY OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGEROUS BOTH FOR THE USER AND THE MACHINE.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN BE
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Maintenance...Maintenance of the centering/blocking system zone
#1 Switch OFF the emotion if it is ON.
#2 Disconnect the power cord from the wall plug.
#3 Remove the fuse from the fuse holder on the left of the emotion mains plug.
F1
F2
F6
F3
F4
#4 Fit a new fuse (see Technical specifications, chapter 7.2) in its housing.
#5 Connect the emotion power cord to the wall plug.
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Maintenance...Regular maintenance of the edger
5.7 REGULAR MAINTENANCE OF THE EDGER
5.7.1 REPLACING THE FLEXIBLE LENS CLAMP ADAPTOR PAD
5.7.1.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
Caution! The lens holder adaptor is serrated and the lens feeler tips are pointed.
 Make sure that your hands are protected when handling the lens holder adaptor and feeler tip.
5.7.1.2 PROCEDURE
To replace the flexible lens clamp adaptor pad, follow the procedure below:
#1
#2
#3 Remove the lens clamp adaptor pad gently from the clamping shaft (on the
right).
#4 Remove the used lens clamp adaptor pad and replace it with a new one.
#5 Refit the lens clamp adaptor pad on the clamping shaft.
Flow chart 5-1: Replacing the flexible lens clamp adaptor pad
→
As shown...
Illustration 5-1: Replacing the flexible lens clamp adaptor pad
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Maintenance...Regular maintenance of the edger
Illustration 5-2: Replacing the mill bit
#4
#5-11
Mill bit
Chuck nut
Spacer
Tighten/Loosen
the nut
Block the rotation
with an Allen key
or with one turn of
the screwdriver!
#13
#14
Flat organic lens
Diameter > 57 mm
10 00 205
#16
Flushing point
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5.7.2 REPLACING THE MILL BIT
5.7.2.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
It may be necessary to change the mill bit.
A change of mill bit may be necessary for the following reasons:
> Broken bit
> Worn bit (chips around the holes on the internal side of the lens?)
> Excessive use of the bit.
The machine is guaranteed to operate correctly if Briot mill bits are mounted.
5.7.2.2 PROCEDURE
To change the mill bit, follow the procedure below:
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5 Insert an Allen key or a screwdriver in the spacer hole to block
the rotation of the spindle.
#6 Fit an 8 mm spanner on the chuck nut.
#7 Loosen the nut with one turn of the spanner, to free the bit.
#8 Use pliers to remove the bit from the chuck.
#9 Fit a new bit in the chuck. We advise you to apply a touch of
grease to the end of the bit to ease its insertion into the chuck.
Caution! Ensure that the bit is pushed home inside the chuck.
#10 Tighten the chuck nut lightly with the 8 mm spanner to
immobilize the mill bit.
#11 When the bit is tightened, remove the Allen key or the
screwdriver.
#12
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Maintenance...Regular maintenance of the edger
#13 Block the adjustment lens 10 00 205 in the centre and fit it on the
lens holder shaft.
#14
#15
x3
#16 Remove the drilled lens from the edging station.
Flow chart 5-2: Replacing the mill bit
Note:
→ The drilling counters are automatically updated.
→ The new setting position is automatically saved.
5.7.2.3 HINTS
> During step 8, the bit may be difficult to remove from the chuck because of possible scale deposits. In this
>
case apply a small quantity of a common scale remover, leave it for a few moments then remove the bit.
Use bits supplied by your Briot representative.
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Illustration 5-3: Replacing the lens feeler tips
FRAGILE MOUNTING!
#4
Place the feelers in the replacement position.
Removable lens feeler tip
#5,6,7.8
#10
Place the feelers in the position to receive the tool.
#13
 Confirm and switch automatically to the
feeling adjustment screen.
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5.7.3 REPLACING THE LENS FEELER TIPS
5.7.3.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> Always contact your Briot representative before replacing the lens feeler tips.
5.7.3.2 PROCEDURE
To replace the feeler tip, follow the procedure below:
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5 Hold the holder and immobilize the feeler arm.
#6 Insert a screwdriver or an Allen key in the hole of the removable
feeler tip.
#7 Tilt the right feeler tip carefully to unclip it.
#8 Remove the worn feeler tip and replace it with a new one.
#9
#10 Remove the lens clamping and lens holder adaptors from the
shafts.
#11 Fit the setting tool on the shafts.
#12
#13 When the adjustment is finished, remove the tool.
#14
x3
Flow chart 5-3: Replacing the lens feeler tips
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5.7.3.3 HINTS
> When you are handling the feeler tips, do not apply pressure on the feeler arms because that could
alter the quality of the work produced by the machine. If you observe any malfunctioning after changing the
feeler tips, contact your Briot representative.
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Illustration 5-4: Dressing a wheel
#4
#5
=>
#6
Ensure
that
the
dressing
disk
is
correctly
centered
using the indentations
intended to receive the
adaptors.
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5.7.4 DRESSING A WHEEL
5.7.4.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> Dressing the polishing wheel is not recommended.
> Too frequent dressing of the wheels reduces their working life.
5.7.4.2 PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to dress a wheel:
#1
#2
#3
#4
OR
OR
OR
According to your selection
#5 Make sure large adaptors are fitted.
#6 Fit the dressing disc which corresponds to the wheel to be
dressed. Make sure it is centered on the lens clamping and lens
holder adaptors.
#7
#8 When the adjustment is finished, open the lens clamping shaft
while holding the disk and remove the disk.
#9
x3
Flow chart 5-4: Dressing a wheel
5.7.4.3 HINTS
> Dress the wheels when a message asks you to do so.
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Outer visor
Screw
#1
Inner visor
#2
#3
#5 or #6
Illustration 5-5: Cleaning and replacing the removable visor
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Maintenance...Regular maintenance of the edger
5.7.5 CLEANING / REPLACING THE REMOVABLE VISOR
5.7.5.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> Before undertaking any operation, ensure that the machine is switched off: On/Off switch OFF
and mains plug disconnected.
5.7.5.2 REPLACING THE VISOR
5.7.5.2.1 PROCEDURE
To replace the visor, proceed as described above. Only Step 6 changes.
# 1 Loosen the 4 screws of the outer visor.
# 2 Apply pressure on either side of the visor to unclip it.
# 3 Remove the inner visor using the slide.
# 5 Clean the inner visor then insert it in its holder.
# 6 Insert a new removable visor in the holder.
# 7 Tighten the 4 screws of the outer visor.
5.7.5.3 HINTS
> Regular cleaning of the visor increases the visibility of the interior of the edging chamber and the operations
under way.
> Operating in closed circuit mode affects the cleanliness of the visor. We recommend more frequent cleaning
of the visor.
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Illustration 5-6: Presentation of the tanks
Settler
Pump tank
Settling tank
(also called main tank)
Drawer-filter
Illustration 5-7: Cleaning the drawer-filter
#1
#2
Illustration 5-8: Complete cleaning of the tanks and filters
#1
#4
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Dump pipe valve closed
#2.3
#5
Maintenance...Regular maintenance of the edger
5.7.6 CLEANING THE FILTERS AND WATER TANK
5.7.6.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> Before undertaking any operation, ensure that the machine is switched off: On/Off switch OFF
and mains plug disconnected.
> Cleaning frequency is left to the discretion of the user, according to the number of lenses which have been
edged. However, Briot recommends cleaning every 500 lenses (mineral and plastic).
> Gloves and eye shields must be worn. It is advisable to wear an overall.
> Ensure that the dump pipe valve is closed before starting the machine - the red handle must be perpendicular
to the T.
5.7.6.2 PROCEDURES
Three situations are possible:
5.7.6.2.1 FOR DAILY CLEANING
#1 Lift the water drain pipe and remove the drawer-filter.
#2 Clean the drawer-filter with a brush.
#3 Clean the drawer-filter.
#4 Refit the drawer-filter.
Flow chart 5-5: Daily cleaning of the drawer-filter
5.7.6.2.2 COMPLETE CLEANING OF THE TANKS AND FILTERS
#1 Empty the settling tank (see “Emptying the water tank”, page 145
#2 Ensure that the dump pipe valve is correctly closed.
#3 Unscrew the water supply pipe from the valve.
#4 Free the drain pipe from the drawer-filter and remove the drawer-filter.
#5 Remove the 2 fixing screws from the pump supporting plate.
#6 Remove the pump supporting plate.
#7 Remove the pump from the pump tank.
#8 Brush the lateral filters of the pump tank.
→
The procedure continues on the next page.
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#8
#9
#13
#14
Dump pipe valve closed
Water
supply
pipe
connected to the valve
Pump
connected
PUMP socket
to
Drain pipe placed above
clean drawer-filter
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#9 Remove the settler carefully.
#10 Clean the settler with a plastic spatula and a brush above the drainage
system (bucket, waste bin, drain, etc.).
#11 Clean the settler.
#12 Remove the used plastic bag from the settling tank and dispose of it.
#13 Clean the settling tank if necessary.
#14 Place a new plastic bag in the settling tank.
#15 Reassemble the tanks, pump and pipes.
#16 Fill the water tank to within 6 or 7 cm of the upper edge of the plastic bag.
#17 Run a dummy edging cycle to prime the unit.
Flow chart 5-6: Complete cleaning of the settling tank
5.7.6.3 HINTS
> If the pump is not activated when you restart the machine after cleaning, open the discharge valve to the
>
minimum to allow the escape of any air which has remained in the pipes. Close the valve before restarting
the process.
Always check the water-tightness of the unit before restarting the machine.
• Check the connections of the drain, water supply and pump pipes.
• Ensure that the discharge valve is closed.
• If you have worked on the solenoid valves, check the fixings.
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Illustration 5-9: Emptying the settling tank
#5;8
Open/Close
the discharge valve
#1
Discharge pipe
Example of
drainage system
Illustration 5-10: Water connections
Discharge valve
Closed position
Discharge connection
Supply connection
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5.7.7 EMPTYING THE WATER TANK
5.7.7.1 PRELIMINARY REMARKS
> Use a standard discharge pipe with a 20x27 connection.
5.7.7.2 PROCEDURE
To empty the settling tank, follow the procedure below:
#1 Fit a discharge pipe on the same side as the valve and connect it to the
drainage system (bucket, sink, drain etc.).
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6 Open the discharge valve.
#7 Close the discharge valve when the settling tank is empty.
#8
#9
x3
#10 Disconnect the discharge pipe and put it away.
Flow chart 5-7: Emptying the settling tank
5.7.7.3 HINTS
> If the pump is not activated when you restart the machine after cleaning, open the discharge valve to the
>
minimum to allow the escape of any air which has remained in the pipes. Close the valve before restarting
the process.
Always check the water-tightness of the unit before restarting the machine.
• Check the connections of the drain, water supply and pump pipes.
• Ensure that the discharge valve is closed.
• Check that all parts are correctly attached, especially the solenoid valves.
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Maintenance...Handling the covers
5.8 HANDLING THE COVERS
5.8.1 REMOVING THE COVERS
5.8.1.1 WHEN?
> The machine is clamped during transport to ensure maximum stability. To reach the clamping screws, the
machine covers must be taken off by a technician.
5.8.1.2 HOW?
To remove the machine covers, follow the procedure below:
#1 Loosen and remove the four fixing screws from the upper cover
and remove the cover.
#2 Loosen and remove the four fixing screws from the rear cover
and remove the cover.
#3 Loosen and remove the four fixing screws from the Scanform
cover and remove the cover.
#4 Loosen and remove the four fixing screws from the front cover
and remove the cover.
→
Flow chart 5-8: Removing the covers
As shown...
4 screws
Upper cover
Rear cover
3 screws
Scanform cover
4 screws
Front cover
5 screws
2 screws
Illustration 5-11: Removing the covers
5.8.2 REPLACING THE COVERS
 To replace the machine covers, follow the above procedure in reverse order.
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Maintenance...Preventive maintenance
5.9 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
5.9.1 HINTS
> You will optimize the working life of your edger by using only Briot spare parts.
> Change the blocks regularly - every 100 lenses.
5.9.2 REPLACEMENT TABLE FOR STANDARD PARTS
The following table summarizes the replacement frequency for standard parts, calculated according to the number
of lenses edged.
TABLE 1: REPLACEMENT OF STANDARD PARTS
Part
Briot Part Number
Number
of lenses edged
Briot block - Large Size
(25 mm diameter)
21 53 012
Every 100 lenses.
Briot block - Small Size
(19 mm diameter)
21 53 013
Every 100 lenses.
Briot block - 17 across flats
11 53 034
Every 100 lenses.
Flexiible lens clamp adaptor pad - Large
size
11 38 162
Every 1000 lenses.
Flexible lens clamp adaptor pad - Small
Size
11 38 161
Every 1000 lenses.
Flexible lens clamp adaptor pad - 17 across
flats
11 38 171
Every 1000 lenses.
Removable lens feeler tip
11 38 201
Every 3000 lenses.
Lens holder adaptor - Large Size
11 90 375
If necessary
Lens holder adaptor - Small Size
11 90 406
If necessary
Lens holder adaptor - 17 across flats
11 90 522
If necessary
Mineral roughing wheel
15 47 117
Every 10000 lenses.
15 47 131
Every 50000 lenses.
15 77 411
Every 8000 lenses.
15 77 415
Every 6000 lenses.
16 06 207
Every 50000 lenses, per
wheel side
16 06 304
Every 5000 lenses.
14 06 504
1 hr of total drilling
Replaced by a Briot technician only
TPT wheel
Replaced by a Briot technician only
Finishing wheel
Replaced by a Briot technician only
Polishing wheel
Replaced by a Briot technician only
Safety-Bevel wheel
Replaced by a Briot technician only
Grooving wheel
Replaced by a Briot technician only
Mill bit
Emptying the settling tank (if closed circuit
operation)
Cleaning of tanks and filters
-
Every 500 lenses.
Visor
11 97 050
If necessary
Filter seal 20x27
21 62 153
If necessary
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Maintenance...Adjustments
5.10 ADJUSTMENTS
5.10.1 PRESENTATION OF THE SETTINGS MENUS ACCESS SCREEN
5.10.1.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The settings menus access screen is shown below:
You are in the User
Settings menu
Feeling adjustment
Size adjustment
Mineral roughing
wheel adjustment
Axis adjustment
Scanform adjustment
Touch screen adjustment
Consultation of setting values
Screen 5-3: Setting menus access screen
5.10.1.2 ACCESS / EXIT
5.10.1.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
The machine restarts.
5.10.1.2.2TO EXIT THE SCREEN
x2
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5.10.2 ADJUSTING THE SCANFORM
To adjust the Scanform™, proceed as follows:
#1 Press
on the top of the application screen.
Result: The menus access screen is displayed.
#2 Press this key
#3 Press this key:
Result: The Scanform™ starts operating
#4 The icon
.
is displayed. Get the gain adjustment tool No. 14 04 218 .
#5 Ensure that the R and H values marked on the tool are the same as those displayed
on the screen.
If the values are the same, go to the next step.
If the values are not the same, enter the values marked on
the tool using the keys
and
.
Note: The R value should be around 40 mm and the H value around 24 mm.
#6 Position the tool in the Scanform™
#7 Press
.
to start the adjustment.
#8 When the adjustment is finished, check the measured valued which are displayed
on the screen.
Adjustment is correct when all the dots in front of the parameters are green.
Note: If one or more dots are red, repeat the step by pressing the
key. If the problem cannot be solved, please contact your distributor.
#9
Remove the tool.
Press
.
Result: The emotion validates this adjustment and proceeds to the next one.
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#10 When the icon
is displayed, get the tool No. 14 04 185.
#11 Ensure that the diameter value of the round shape marked on the tool is the same
as the value displayed on the screen.
If the values are the same, go to the next step.
If the values are not the same, enter the values marked on the tool using the
following key:
Note: The value should be around 40 mm.
#12 Position the tool in the frame-holder (Figure 2).
#13 Press
.
Result: The sylus is inserted in the tool and adjustment is started.
#14 When the adjustment is finished, check the measured valued which are displayed
on the screen.
Adjustment is correct when all the dots in front of the parameters are green.
Note: If one or more dots are red, repeat the step by pressing the
key. If the problem cannot be solved, please contact your distributor.
#15 Remove the tool.
#16 Press
.
Result: The emotion validates this adjustment and proceeds to the next one.
#17 When the icon
is displayed, insert the round pattern
No. 14 04 192 on the pattern holder.
#18 Ensure that the diameter value of the pattern marked on the tool No. 14 04 192
is the same as the value displayed on the screen.
If the values are the same, go to the next step.
If the values are not the same, enter the values marked on the tool using the
following key:
Note: The value should be around 40 mm.
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#19 Position the tool in the frame-holder (Figure 3).
Figure 3
#20 Press
.
Result: The sylus grabs the round pattern and adjustment is started.
#21 When the adjustment is finished, check the measured values which are
displayed on the screen.
Adjustment is correct when all the dots in front of the parameters are green.
Note: If one or more dots are red, repeat the step by pressing the
key. If the problem cannot be solved, please contact your distributor.
#22 Remove the tool.
#23 Press
.
Result: The emotion validates this adjustment and proceeds to the next one.
#24 When the icon
is displayed, insert the rectangular pattern No. 14
04 191 on the pattern holder.
#25 Position the tool in the frame-holder (Figure 4).
Figure 4
#26 Press
.
Result: The sylus grabs the round pattern and adjustment is started.
#27 When the adjustment is finished, check the measured values which are
displayed on the screen.
Adjustment is correct when all the dots in front of the parameters are green.
Note: If one or more dots are red, repeat the step by pressing the
key. If the problem cannot be solved, please contact your distributor.
#28 Remove the tool.
#29 Press
.
Result: The emotion validates this adjustment and the settings access screen
is displayed.
#30 Press
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to leave the settings access screen.
Maintenance...Adjustments
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Screen 5-4: Feeling adjustment
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5.10.3 ADJUSTING THE FEELING
5.10.3.1 WHEN?
> If a message asks you to do so.
> If you observe that the feeler tips are beginning to be worn.
> After replacing the feeler tips - the machine then switches automatically to this screen.
5.10.3.2 PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to adjust the feeling:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Remove the lens clamping and lens holder adaptors from
the shafts.
#5 Fit the setting tool on the shafts.
#6
#7 When the adjustment is finished, remove the tool.
#8 Refit the lens holder and lens clamping adaptors.
#9
x3
Flow chart 5-9: Feeling adjustment
5.10.3.3 HINTS
> Always check that the setting tool 14 04 199 is correctly fitted on the shaft. You must neither force the fitting
or feel any play.
> The feeling setting can be incorrect if the tool is badly positioned. This factor also affects the quality of the
work produced by the machine.
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Screen 5-5: Adjusting the sizes - Screen 1
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5.10.4 ADJUSTING THE SIZES
5.10.4.1 WHEN?
> Perform this adjustment regularly. The wear of the wheels has a direct influence on the lens sizes, which
increases over time. This will help you to avoid retouch.
> Centre the adjustment lens 10 00 205 exactly in the centre so as to be able to use it from start to finish size
adjustment.
> When you measure the lens size with a digital caliper, keep the lens in the same plan as the caliper. Take
two consecutive measurements 90° apart and record the average value with the numeric keypad.
> Perform the size adjustment procedure from beginning to end so as to record all the parameters.
5.10.4.2 PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to adjust sizes:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Make sure the 25 mm adaptors are fitted.
#5 Block a lens 10 00 205 in the centre and fit it on the lens holder shaft .
#6
> Lens edged to 57.5 mm diameter - Rimless finishing
#7 At the end of the edging process, open the lens holder shaft and
remove the lens.
#8 Measure the size of the lens with a caliper.
#9
#10 Enter the value using the numeric key pad.
#11
#12
Follow the
usual procedure
OR
Repeat the edging process
> Lens edged to 55 mm diameter - Rimless finishing
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#13 Fit the lens on the lens holder shaft again.
#14
> Lens edged to 50 mm diameter - Bevel finishing
#15 At the end of the edging process, open the lens holder shaft and remove
the lens.
#16 Measure the size of the lens with a caliper.
#17
#18 Enter the value using the numeric key pad.
#19
#20 Check the position of the apex of the bevel with a linen-counter. The
apex must be in the centre of the edge of the lens.
#21
#22 If the apex of the bevel is off-centered, enter the value of the shift
using the numeric key pad.
• Apex too close to the rear face => enter a negative value
• Apex too close to the front face => enter a positive value
#23
#24
OR
Follow the
usual procedure
Repeat the edging process
> Lens edged to 47.5 mm diameter - Bevel finishing
#25 Fit the lens on the lens holder shaft again.
#26
> Lens edged to 42.5 mm diameter Rimless finishing and polishing
#27 At the end of the edging process, open the lens holder shaft and remove
the lens.
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#28 Check the position of the apex of the bevel with a linen-counter.
The apex must be in the centre of the edge of the lens.
#29 If the apex of the bevel is off-centered, enter the value of the shift using
the numeric key pad.
• Apex too close to the rear face => enter a negative value
• Apex too close to the front face => enter a positive value
#30
#31
#32 Check the setting values ; the new values are displayed in red.
#33
x3
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Screen 5-6: Adjustment of the flush of the mill bit
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5.10.5 ADJUSTING THE FLUSH OF THE MILL BIT
5.10.5.1 WHEN?
> When you observe an error in the position or the depth of the drilling holes produced by the machine.
> After replacing the mill bit - the machine then switches automatically to this screen.
5.10.5.2 PROCEDURE
To adjust the mill bit flush, proceed as follows:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Block the adjustment lens 10 00 205 in the centre and fit it on the
lens holder shaft.
#5
#6 At the end of the adjustment process, open the shafts and
remove the lens.
#7
x3
Flow chart 5-10: Adjusting the flush of the mill bit
5.10.5.3 HINTS
> Centre the lens 10 00 205 in the centre so as to be able to use it from start to finish of mill bit flush adjustment.
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Screen 5-7: Adjustment of the touch screen
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5.10.6 ADJUSTING THE TOUCH SCREEN
5.10.6.1 WHEN?
The machine switches automatically to this screen when the touch screen has not been detected.
When you observe a difference between the displayed icon and the touch area of the screen.
5.10.6.2 PROCEDURE
Follow the steps below to adjust the touch screen:
#1
#2
#3
#4 Press carefully on the red crosses which are displayed successively.
#5
x3
Flow chart 5-11: Adjustment of the touch screen
5.10.6.3 HINTS
> Make sure that you press carefully on the crosses being adjusted. Otherwise you may affect the touch screen
>
settings.
If you think you have not pressed on a cross correctly, wait a few moments. The adjustment becomes
accessible again after 5 seconds.
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Screen 5-8: Example of a setting values display screen
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5.10.7 CONSULTING THE SETTING VALUES
5.10.7.1 PRESENTATION
> A hotline technician may ask you for some setting values, in order to diagnose a possible problem for
example.
> The setting values cannot be modified from these screens.
5.10.7.2 ACCESS/EXIT/NAVIGATION
5.10.7.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREENS
5.10.7.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREENS
x2
5.10.7.2.3 TO NAVIGATE FROM ONE SCREEN TO ANOTHER
> To go to the following screen:
> To go to the previous screen:
5.10.7.3 PRESENTATION OF THE SETTING VALUE SCREENS
 Refer to the next screen, which is typical of the 12 user screens.
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5.11 CONSULTING THE STATISTICS
5.11.1 PRESENTATION OF THE STATISTICS MENU
5.11.1.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The statistics menus access screen is shown below:
You are in the
Statistics menu
Job creation
Digiform
Incident log
Drilling
Centering/
blocking system
Machine statistics
Maintenance
data
Machine
information
Edger
General
operation
Screen 5-9: Statistics access screen
* Since the last whell dressing
Note: The Statistics menu type is shown by the icon which is displayed on the top right of
the current screen.
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5.11.1.2 ACCESS/EXIT
5.11.1.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
5.11.1.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
5.11.2 CONSULTATION PRINCIPLES
The statistics relate to two types of information:
• Displayed messages, or incident log
• The machine's general operation.
The screens associated with each type of information have different operating principles, as described below:
5.11.2.1 INCIDENT LOG
5.11.2.1.1 CONTENT
The incident log may be consulted according to four themes:
→ Consultation of the general list of incidents which have occurred (incidents, warnings and information)
→ Consultation of the list of fault messages displayed
→ Consultation of the list of warning messages displayed
→ Consultation of the list of information messages displayed.
5.11.2.1.2 ACCESS/EXIT
 You may access the desired statistics using the buttons shown above in the paragraph "Presentation of
statistics menu".
 Exit each menu by pressing the
button.
5.11.2.1.3 OPERATION
Each button of the Statistics menu related to the incident log allows two possibilities:
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→
Consultation of the last 128 incidents listed according to their order of appearance: SCREEN
128 incidents
You are in the General
List menu
For
more
information about
an incident, press
the corresponding
line.
=> The message is
then displayed.
Incident 127 is the
most recent; It
occurred on lens
646 and is of type
M0 - I48.
The list shows the
128
messages
displayed since the
last
update,
in
descending order
from
the
most
recent.
128 messages may
be memorised and
displayed by groups
of 10 per page.
Scroll down and consult the
incidents from the oldest to
the most recent.
Exit
Go to the screen showing the
incidents listed according to
their occurrences.
<= To exit
Screen 5-10: Consultation of the incidents listed according to their order of appearance:
→
Consultation of the 10 most recent incidents listed according to their occurrences.
10 incidents
You are in the General
List menu
For
more
information about
an incident, press
the corresponding
line.
=> The message is
then displayed.
The most frequent
incident occurred
29 times on the M0
- I48 incident.
The list shows the
10
messages
displayed since the
last update, in
descending order
from the most
frequent.
Scroll down and consult
the incident list
from the most frequent.
10 messages may
be memorised and
displayed.
Exit
Go to the screen
showing the incidents listed
in chronological order
Screen 5-11: Consultation of the incidents listed according to their occurrences:
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5.11.2.2 GENERAL OPERATION OF THE MACHINE
5.11.2.2.1 CONTENT
The statistics related to the general operation of the machine allow you to consult:
→ Statistics based on jobs
→ Statistics based on digiforms
→ Statistics based on drilling
→ Statistics based on edging
→ Statistics based on the operation of the machine itself
→ Statistics based on the last wheel dressing
→ Statistics based on lens material
→ Statistics based on bevel and rimless finishing
→ Statistics based on polishing
→ Statistics based on safety-bevel
→ Statistics based on groove finishing
→ Statistics based on retouch
→ Statistics based on user maintenance
5.11.2.2.2 ACCESS/EXIT
 You may access the desired statistics using the buttons shown above in the paragraph "Presentation of
statistics menu".
 Exit each menu by pressing the
button.
5.11.2.2.3 DESCRIPTION
5.11.2.2.3.1 Edger statistics access screen
Edging menu
Bevel
Statistics menu
Grooving
Rimless
Drilling
Drilled hole
Exit
Lens material
Time
Polishing
Retouch
Front and rear
face
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5.11.2.2.3.2 Edger general statistics display screen
The display screen for the edger general statistics is shown below:
Number of machine
starts
You are in the Machine
Statistics menu
Exit
Digiform
Scanform
Number of Digiform
saved operations
Edging
Centering/
Blocking system
OMA
communication
Number of saved
operations with the
bar code reader
Number of OMA saved
operations
Screen 5-12: Consulting the edger general statistics screen
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Server
communication
Maintenance...Consulting the statistics
5.11.2.2.3.3 Display screen for statistics based on the last wheel dressing
The display screen for statistics based on the last wheel dressing is shown below:
Dressing of 4th
disc
Dressing of 2nd
disc
Exit
Screen 5-13: Dressing maintenance screen
Number of lenses edged
since the last wheel change
Statistics based
on the last wheel
dressing
Number of mineral lenses roughed
Number of mineral lenses edged with
bevel finishing
Number of mineral lenses edged with
rimless finishing
Exit
Screen 5-14: Consulting statistics based on the last wheel dressing
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5.11.2.2.3.4 Display screen for statistics based on the type of lens material
The display screen for statistics based on the type of lens material is shown below:
Exit
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-15: Display screen for statistics based on the type of lens material
5.11.2.2.3.5 Display screen for statistics based on bevel finishing
The display screen for statistics based on finishing is shown below:
Exit
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-16: Consulting statistics based on finishing
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5.11.2.2.3.6 Display screen for statistics based on polishing
The display screen for statistics based on polishing is shown below:
Subject of the statistics
Statistics based on
polishing
Average edging time
Number of lenses edged
since the last wheel change
Total number of lenses edged
since the machine installation
Exit
Screen 5-17: Consulting statistics based on polishing
Example: As shown in the above screen:
2 lenses with bevel finishing and polishing have been edged since the machine installation
with the wheel currently fitted; The average edging time is 40 seconds per lens.
5 lenses with rimless finishing and polishing have been edged since the machine
installation with the wheel currently fitted; The average edging time is 33 seconds per
lens.
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5.11.2.2.3.7 Display screen for statistics based on safety-bevel
The display screen for statistics based on safety-bevel is shown below:
Exit
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-18: Consulting statistics based on safety-bevel
5.11.2.2.3.8 Display screen for statistics based on groove finishing
The display screen for statistics based on groove finishing is shown below:
Exit
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-19: Consulting statistics based on groove finishing
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5.11.2.2.3.9 Display screen for statistics based on drilling finishing
The display screen for statistics based on drilling finishing is shown below:
Drilled lenses
Drilled holes
Exit
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-20: Consulting statistics based on drilling finishing
5.11.2.2.3.10Display screen for statistics based on the number of retouches
The display screen for statistics based on the number of retouches is shown below:
Statistics based on
retouches
Exit
Lens type
Screen 5-21: Consulting statistics based on retouch
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5.11.2.2.3.11Display screen for statistics based on user maintenance
The display screen for statistics based on user maintenance is shown below:
Number of replaced mill bits
Statistics
based on
user
maintenance
Number of replaced feeler tips
Number of dressing operations
for the finishing wheel
Number of dressing operations
for the chamfering and
mineral wheel
Exit
Screen 5-22: Consulting statistics based on user maintenance
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5.11.2.2.3.12Display screen for statistics based on Digiform
Screen 5-23: Consulting statistics based on Digiform
5.11.2.2.3.13Display screen for drilling statistics
Screen 5-24: Consulting drilling statistics
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5.11.2.2.3.14 Display screen for Scanform statistics
Screen 5-25: Consulting Scanform statistics
5.11.2.2.3.15 Display screen for Rimless Edging statistics
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-26: Consulting Rimless Edging statistics
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5.11.2.2.3.16 Display screen for Edging, Drilling and Grooving statistics
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-27: Consulting Edging, Drilling and Grooving statistics
5.11.2.2.3.17 Display screen for time statistics
Subject of the statistics
Screen 5-28: Consulting time statistics
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5.11.2.2.3.18Display screen for the centering/blocking system statistics
Screen 5-29: Consulting the centering/blocking system statistics
5.11.2.2.3.19Display screen for settings statistics
Screen 5-30: Consulting settings statistics
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5.12MESSAGES
5.12.1TYPES OF MESSAGES
There are three types of messages:
> Information messages
> Warning messages
> Fault messages
5.12.2LIST OF MESSAGES.
The table below shows all the messages, the conditions for their display and the action to undertake.
Message
Condition(s) for
display
0x0
Grooving & drilling not
allowed on mineral lens.
Mineral lens material can neither
be grooved or drilled.
Adapt your job to Mineral lens
material: bevel or rimless
finishing
or
Use another lens material for
the current job.
0x1
Edging
incomplete.
You have started edging before
selecting all the parameters.
Check that all parameters have
been selected.
No "To be defined" button must
be visible!
0x2
Please select a job.
You have started edging without
first loading a shape.
Load a shape, select
parameters then start
edging process.
0x4
Edging in progress.
Job A is in progress and you
have called up job B.
Wait until the end of the job in
progress before loading another
job.
0x5
Unknown job number.
The job you are trying to load
does not exist on the server.
Check the job number and load
another number.
0x7
Do you want to re-edge the
same lens ?
You have just edged a lens and
then re-started a cycle on the
same job number and the same
side.
YES: If you wish to edge the
same lens again or if you wish to
edge several lenses with the
same parameters.
NO: Fit a new lens and proceed
as you wish.
0x8
Please wait
during machine shut down.
You have pressed for more than
6 seconds on the machine
standby button.
Wait until the machine has
stopped before switching off.
0x9
You can safely turn off your
machine.
You have asked for the machine
to stop. The close-down
procedure has been followed.
The machine can now be
switched off.
Switch off the machine (On/Off
button pressed-in and unlit).
0xA
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Trivex lens not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Trivex® lens material.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Trivex® lens material.
Load the job again.
#
parameters
Action(s)
the
the
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#
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
0xB
Incompatible
configuration.
HI lens not allowed.
edger
The job you have loaded calls
for High Index (HI) lens
material.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select High Index (HI) lens
material.
Load the job again.
0xC
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Mineral lens not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Mineral lens material.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Mineral lens material.
Load the job again.
0xD
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Organic lens not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for CR39 lens material.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select CR39 lens material.
Load the job again.
0xE
Incompatible
configuration.
Polycarbonate
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Polycarbonate lens material.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select
Polycarbonate
lens
material.
Load the job again.
edger
lens
not
0xF
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Bevel finishing not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Bevel finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Bevel finishing.
Load the job again.
0x10
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Rimless
finishing
not
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Rimless finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Rimless finishing.
Load the job again.
0x11
Incompatible
configuration.
Groove
finishing
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Groove finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Groove finishing.
Load the job again.
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#
0x12
0x13
Message
Incompatible
configuration.
Drilling
finishing
allowed.
edger
Incompatible
configuration.
Grooving/drilling
not allowed.
edger
not
finishing
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
The job you have loaded calls
for Drilling finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Drilling finishing.
Load the job again.
The job you have loaded calls
for Grooving/Drilling finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select
Grooving/Drilling
finishing.
Load the job again.
0x14
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Automatic
Bevel
subfinishing not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Automatic Bevel subfinishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Automatic bevel subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x15
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Bevel curve sub-finishing
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Bevel curve sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Bevel curve sub-finishing.
Load the job again.
0x16
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Bevel distance (in mm) subfinishing not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Bevel distance (in mm) subfinishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Bevel distance (in mm)
sub-finishing.
Load the job again.
0x17
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Percent bevel sub-finishing
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Percent bevel sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Percent bevel subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x18
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Manual bevel sub-finishing
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Manual bevel sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Manual bevel subfinishing.
Load the job again.
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#
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
0x19
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Automatic
groove
subfinishing not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Automatic groove subfinishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Automatic groove subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x1A
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Automatic
groove
subfinishing not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Groove Curve sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Groove curve subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x1B
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Front groove distance (in
mm)
sub-finishing
not
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Front groove distance (in
mm) sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Front groove distance (in
mm) sub-finishing.
Load the job again.
0x1C
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Percent groove sub-finishing
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for
Percent
groove
subfinishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Percent groove subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x1D
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Manual groove sub-finishing
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Manual groove sub-finishing.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Manual groove subfinishing.
Load the job again.
0x1E
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Drilling normal to rear face
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Drilling normal to rear face.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Drilling normal to rear
face sub-finishing. Load the job
again.
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Maintenance...Messages
#
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
0x1F
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Drilling normal to front face
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Drilling normal to front face.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Drilling normal to front
face sub-finishing.
Load the job again.
0x20
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Drilling parallel to clamp
shaft not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for Drilling parallel to clamp
shaft.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Drilling parallel to clamp
shaft.
Load the job again.
0x21
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Front
safety-bevel
not
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for front safety-bevel.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select
Front
safety-bevel
parameter.
Load the job again.
0x22
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Rear
safety-bevel
not
allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for rear safety-bevel.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select
Rear
safety-bevel
parameter.
Load the job again.
0x23
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Front and rear safety-bevel
not allowed.
The job you have loaded calls
for front and rear safety-bevels.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select Front and rear safetybevel parameter.
Load the job again.
0x24
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Lens without safety-bevel
not allowed.
The job you have loaded has the
No safety-bevel parameter.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select the No safety-bevel
parameter.
Load the job again.
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Maintenance...Messages
#
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
0x25
Incompatible
edger
configuration.
Safety-bevel to be defined
not allowed.
The job you have loaded has the
parameter Safety-bevel to be
defined.
In the personalisation menus,
you
have
excluded
this
parameter.
Therefore the edger cannot
accept this job.
Confirm the message.
If you wish to load this job
nonetheless,
change
the
personalisation of the pull-down
menus.
Select the Safety-bevel to be
defined parameter.
Load the job again.
0x26
Retouch
impossible
drilled or grooved lens.
You wish to undertake a retouch
on a lens which has been drilled
or grooved. This operation is
impossible on a lens with these
finishes.
Carry out the lens size
adjustment procedure. Fit a new
lens and enter a negative
oversize value.
0x2B
Wrong job received.
Problems of communication with
the server have been detected.
Load another job number
0x30
Do you want to save the
new personalisation?
At least one of the parameters
of the menus personalisation
has changed. The machine
requests confirmation of this
modification.
Confirm:
the
new
personalisation is registered.
No confirmation: the new
personalisation is not registered.
The previous personalisation is
retained.
Cancel: you return to the
personalisation screen for the
menu-button
concerned.
Reselect the elements you wish
to display.
0x34
Groove too near front.
The distance between the front
face of the lens and the external
edge of the groove is less than
0.2 mm.
Confirm the message.
Select Manual Groove subfinishing.
Visualise the position of the
groove on the control screen.
Reposition the groove.
0x35
Groove too far back.
The distance between the rear
face of the lens and the internal
edge of the groove is less than
0.2 mm.
Confirm the message.
Select Manual Groove subfinishing.
Visualise the position of the
groove on the control screen.
Reposition the groove.
0x100
Requested job does not
exist.
You have called up a job number
but the corresponding job is not
on the server.
Call up another number.
0x101
No response from server
within time limit.
You have tried to load a job but
the edger has not received a
signal from the server.
Check that:
- The server is switched on.
- The OMA cord is correctly
connected to both terminals.
Then load the job again.
0x102
The server is switched off.
The OMA cord is disconnected.
OR
The server is switched off.
Check that:
- The server is switched on.
- The OMA cord is correctly
connected to both terminals.
Then load the job again.
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on
Maintenance...Messages
Condition(s) for
display
#
Message
0x103
Corrupt OMA frame.
The OMA frame sent by the
server displays a fault which
princidents reception.
Contact a Briot technician.
0x104
Invalid OMA frame.
The OMA frame sent by the
server displays parameters
which the edger does not
recognize.
Contact a Briot technician.
0x300
Touch screen not detected.
When the edger is initialised, the
touch screen is not detected.
Contact a Briot technician.
0x404
Safety-Bevel
impossible.
Safety-bevel and/or
cannot be made.
Confirm the message.
Select new parameters.
0x405
Holes deleted (at least one
was unfeasible).
Do you want to continue?
The drilling plan includes at least
one hole positioned too close to
the block or too far from the
edge of the lens.
YES: the lens is edged but not
drilled. Then you can produce
the holes with a drill.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x406
External safety-bevel will
not be made.
Do you want to continue?
External safety-bevel cannot be
made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
an external safety-bevel.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x407
Internal safety-bevel will not
be made.
Do you want to continue?
Internal safety-bevel cannot be
made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
an external safety-bevel.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x408
Groove will not be made.
Do you want to continue?
The groove cannot be made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without a
groove.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x409
Safety-bevels will not be
made.
Do you want to continue?
Safety-bevels cannot be made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
an external safety-bevel.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x40A
External safety-bevel &
groove will not be made.
Do you want to continue?
External
safety-bevel
and
groove cannot be made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
an external safety-bevel or a
groove.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x40B
Internal
safety-bevel
&
groove will not be made.
Do you want to continue?
Internal
safety-bevel
and
groove cannot be made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
an internal safety-bevel or a
groove.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
or
Grooving
groove
Action(s)
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Maintenance...Messages
#
Condition(s) for
display
Message
Action(s)
0x40C
Safety-bevels and groove
will not be made.
Do you want to continue?
Safety-bevels
and
groove
cannot be made.
The lens is too thin and/or the
shape is too small.
YES: the lens is edged without
the safety-bevels or the groove.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x40D
Lens too thick:
impossible.
edging
The lens thickness at the
measured point is greater than
11 mm. The lens cannot be
edged.
Confirm the message.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x40E
Edging stopped: visor open.
You have opened the visor
during the edging cycle.
Check the lens and remove it
from the edging station.
Confirm the message.
0x40F
Problem detected. Machine
re-initialisation.
A problem has been detected
during the cycle. The machine
must restart before continuing.
Confirm the message.
0x410
Lens too small. Do you want
to continue?
Lens too small or too offcentered in comparison with the
shape.
YES: the lens is felt again 0.5
mm closer to the interior.
It can be re-felt 3 successive
times, 0.5 mm closer to the
interior each time.
NO: Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x411
Small adaptors fitted?
The 19 mm diameter adaptors
are required for the procedure
you have selected.
Confirm the message.
Fit the small adaptors.
0x412
Small adaptors fitted?
The 17 mm diameter flat
adaptors are required for the
procedure you have selected.
Confirm the message.
Fit the small flat adaptors.
0x413
Edging impossible: radius
too small.
The shape is smaller than the
smallest adaptor.
Confirm the message.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x414
A feeler fault has been
detected during feeling.
An
irregularity
has
been
detected during lens feeling.
Confirm the message.
Restart the cycle and observe
the lens feeling process:
- If one of the tips is unclipped,
refit it.
- If not, proceed with the lens
feeling adjustment.
0x415
Bevel out of lens.
The bevel is outside the lens in
at least one point.
Confirm the message.
Visualise the fault on the control
screen and proceed as required.
0x416
Retouch impossible.
You have activated the retouch
control and the lens detected
does not match the parameters
of the lens you wish to retouch.
Confirm the message.
Remove the lens fitted on the
shafts.
Fit the lens you wish to retouch.
0x41A
Lens too thin for grooving.
Do you want to continue?
A thickness of less than 1 mm
has been detected in at least
one point of the lens.
YES: The lens is edged with
rimless finishing.
NO: The cycle is stopped.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
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Maintenance...Messages
#
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Action(s)
0x41B
Lens too small.
Feeling carried out 3 successive
times, 0.5 mm closer to the
interior each time.
Lens too small or too offcentered in comparison with the
shape.
Confirm the message.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x41C
Mill bit diameter > hole
diameter.
Do you want to drill?
The diameter of at least one
hole is smaller than the diameter
of the mill bit.
But the minimum drilling
diameter is equal to the bit
diameter.
YES: The hole(s) will be drilled
with a minimum diameter equal
to that of the bit.
NO: the lens is not edged.
Remove the lens from the
edging station.
0x506
Please remove lens to free
mill
bit
before
acknowledging
this
message.
A fault has occurred when the
mill bit was not in its housing.
The lens could be damaged.
Make sure that the machine is
switched off.
Free the lens from the mill bit
carefully.
Restart the machine.
0x508
Replacing the mill bit is
recommended.
Do you want to do it now?
At start-up, the machine records
total drilling time greater than
1hr. Replacing the mill bit is
recommended.
YES: Change the mill bit (see
“Replacing
the
mill
bit”,
page 129)
NO: You accept the risk of using
a worn mill bit. The risk of
chipping the lens is increased.
The message is displayed at
each machine start-up.
0x509
Mineral
wheel
dressing
recommended.
Do you want to do it now?
1000 mineral lenses have been
edged. Dressing the mineral
roughing
wheel
is
recommended.
YES: Dress the mineral roughing
wheel. (see “Dressing a wheel”,
page 137)
NO: You accept the risk of using
a loaded wheel. The risk of lens
size error is increased, and so is
the edging time. The message
is displayed at each machine
startup.
0x50A
Finishing wheel dressing
recommended. Do you want
to do it now?
800 mineral lenses have been
edged with bevel finishing.
Finishing wheel dressing is
recommended.
YES: Dress the finishing wheel
(see “Dressing a wheel”,
page 137)
NO: You accept the risk of using
a loaded wheel. The risk of lens
size error is increased, and so is
the edging time. The message
is displayed at each machine
startup.
0x902
Dressing impossible
Wrong disc thickness.
The thickness of the fitted disc
does not match the theoretically
required thickness.
Confirm the message.
Use an appropriate dressing
disc.
0x903
Dressing impossible
Disc diameter too small.
The volume of material to be
machined is less than the
minimal volume required.
Confirm the message.
Use an appropriate dressing
disc.
0x50C
Weak electrical supply.
The voltage detected is less than
20 % of the normal voltage.
Please contact your electricity
supplier.
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Maintenance...Messages
#
0x909
5-194
Message
Condition(s) for
display
Adjustment impossible: Lens
too small.
The diameter of the felt lens is
less than 11 mm.
Action(s)
Confirm the message.
Fit another lens blocked at the
centre.
6 TESTS
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=> Tests
6.1 PRESENTATION OF TEST MENUS
6.1.1 PRESENTATION OF THE TEST MENUS ACCESS SCREEN
6.1.1.1 SCREEN DESCRIPTION
The tests access screen is shown below/
Scanform
Tests
Machine's
general tests
Centering
System Tests
Edger Tests
You are in the Tests menu
Power Display
Spraying
Rear of Edging
Chamber
Visor
spray
Wheels
spray
Visor Opening/
Closing
Temperature
Touch
Screen
Test
Exit
Pump
Screen 6-1: Tests access screen
Note: *SBGD = Safety-Bevel Grooving Drilling system
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Tests...Presentation of test menus
6.1.1.2 ACCESS / EXIT
6.1.1.2.1 TO ACCESS THE SCREEN
6.1.1.2.2 TO EXIT THE SCREEN
x2
6.1.2 TYPICAL TEST SCREEN
The following screen (lens feeling test) is typical of most tests (see “Operating principle”, page 199): SCREEN
You are in the lens
feelers test screen
#1
#4
#3
#5
#2
Stopping
current cycle
#2
POSITION of the lens
feeler tip END
TEST VALUES
Front Face Feeler
Rear Face Feeler
ENCODER COUNTS
Lens THICKNESS
Emergency stop
Micro-switch status
To exit =>
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=> Tests
6.2 OPERATING PRINCIPLE
6.2.1 OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF A TYPICAL SCREEN
6.2.1.1 TESTS INVOLVED
The following test screens operate on the same principle:
• Lens feeling
• Lifting jack movement
• Wheel unit translation movement
• Lens rotation
• SBGD Exit/Return
• Visor Opening/closing
• Wheel rotation
• Opening/closing of lens clamp shaft
6.2.1.2 PROCEDURE
The operating principle is as follows:
#1
Initialise the movement [mandatory].
#2
Enter a percentage of «one-way» movement.
OR
#2
Enter a percentage of «return» movement.
#3
Enter the number of cycles to be completed.
#4
Enter a power percentage.
#5
Start the test.
Flow chart 6-1: Operating principle of a typical test screen
6.2.1.3 TEST SEQUENCE
> Tests must be undertaken in a logical sequence.
> The tests which appear grayed cannot be carried out so long as the previous accessible test has not been
started.
Example: The lens rotation test cannot be undertaken if the lens feelers, lifting jack movement and
wheel unit translation movement tests have not already been carried out.
6-199
Tests...Operating principle
6.2.2 OPERATION OF THE OTHER SCREENS
6.2.2.1 SCREEN WITH SWITCH
6.2.2.1.1 PRESENTATION
The following screen corresponds to the solenoid valve and pump tests:
Wheels
spray
Spraying
Rear of Edging
Chamber
Visor
spray
Exit
6.2.2.1.2 PROCEDURE
Screen 6-2: Test screen with switch
 To start the test, press the switch of the element you wish to test.
 Observe the test.
 To stop the test, press the switch again.
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Pump
Tests...Operating principle
6.2.2.2 SCREEN WITH MICRO-SWITCHES AND PHOTOCELLS
6.2.2.2.1 PRESENTATION
The following screen corresponds to the solenoid valve and pump tests:
Microswitches
Exit
Screen 6-3: Test of micro-switches and photocells
6.2.2.2.2 PROCEDURE
 Manually operate the micro-switch or photocell of the element you wish to test.
 Observe the status of the micro-switch or photocell on the screen.
6-201
Tests...Operating principle
6-202
7 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7-212
=> Technical specifications
7.1 CHARACTERISTICS
> Automatic initialisation
> Feeling front & rear lens faces in 3 dimensions
> Equipment:
Mineral roughing wheel
All plastics roughing wheel
Bevel/rimless finishing wheel
Bevel/rimless polishing wheel.
>
>
>
>
Automatic clamping pressure
Automatic edging pressure adjusted according to material to be edged
Lens grooving in single width (i.e. W = 0.6 mm (Nylon thread)) or double width (i.e. W = 1.2 mm)
Drilling wide choice of holes:
Through holes
Notches
Elongated holes.
>
>
>
>
Drilling at fixed 10° angle
Safety-beveling of front and/or rear faces of the lens
Connection for pump if operating in closed water circuit
Edging diameter
< or = 80 mm
Rimless (without safety-bevel) >= 17.50 mm
Bevel (without safety-bevel) >= 19.10 mm
Groove (without safety-bevel) >= 18.50 mm
Safety-bevel rimless/groove >= 21 mm.
Safety-bevel >= 21 mm
> Automatic cleaning of the lens fixing system and of the edging station
> Edging statistics
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Technical specifications...Technical specifications
7.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7.2.1 CHARACTERISTICS
Θ
GENERAL
> Designed for internal use
> Dimensions:
Width: 728 mm
Depth: 600 mm
Height: 442 mm
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Θ
Weight: 75 kg
Voltage: 230 V-50 Hz, 115 V-60 Hz
Power consumption: 1150 W
Noise level:: 72 dB
Degree of pollution: 2
Installation Category: II
Operating temperature: 13°C - 35°C
Relative humidity: 10% - 80%
Maximum water pressure: 7 Bars
Maximum water pressure on pump: 7 Bars
Controlled power output for the pump: 230 V-50 Hz, 115 V–60 HZ
Power available for the pump: 350 W
FUSES
Edger 220 V-50 Hz
5A
7-214
1150W
Edger 115 V-60Hz
10
1150W
F1 & F2
10 AT
Litte Fuse 326006
Schurter 0001-2534
25 AT
Ferraz 125 V SA 6.3x32
Ref: T084427P
F3 & F4
3.15 AT
Litte Fuse 2183-15
Schurter 0031-5322
5 AT
Ferraz 250 V 5 ST 5x20
Ref: Z090550P
F6
8 AT
Litte Fuse 218008
Schurter 0031-8326
8 AT
Litte Fuse 218008
Schurter 0031-8326
=> Technical specifications
7.2.2 EC STANDARDS:
Θ
MEETS THE FOLLOWING SAFETY DIRECTIVES:
EN 61010-1
Di 2006/42/EC
Di 2006/95/EC
Di 2002/95/EC
Di 2002/96/EC
Θ
MEETS THE FOLLOWING CEM DIRECTIVES:
Di 2004/108/EC
EN 55022 « Class B »
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
EN 61000-6-2
Θ
UL STANDARDS FOR 115 V VERSIONS:
UL/CSA 61010-1
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY ANY USE OF THE MACHINE
WHICH DOES NOT OBEY THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL OR THOSE DISPLAYED ON THE MACHINE
ITSELF.
7-215
Technical specifications...Technical specifications
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