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EXCELON
Operator’s Manual
Excelon
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This product may malfunction due to electromagnetic waves caused by portable
personal telephones, transceivers, radio-controlled toys, etc. Be sure to avoid
having the above objects, which affect the normal operation of the product, brought
near the product.
The information in this publication has been carefully checked and is believed to be
entirely accurate at the time of publication.
HUVITZ assumes no responsibility,
however, for possible errors or omissions, or for any consequences resulting from
the use of the information contained herein.
HUVITZ reserves the right to make changes in its products or product specifications
at any time without prior notice and is not required to update this documentation to
reflect such changes.
©2002 - 2003 HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
689-3, Geumjeong-dong, Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi-do,
435-862, Republic of Korea
All rights are reserved.
Under copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the
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Document Number: 9000OMPE001-A, published in 2006/07/20
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Contents
IMPORTANT NOTICE ............................................................................................... 2
1. Introduction............................................................................................................... 7
1.1 System Configuration...................................................................................... 7
1.2 Main Features .................................................................................................... 7
1.3 Classification ...................................................................................................... 8
2. Safety Information................................................................................................... 9
2.1 Introduction........................................................................................................ 9
2.2 Safety Symbols.................................................................................................10
2.3 Environment factors ...................................................................................... 11
2.4 Safety Precaution............................................................................................12
3. System Configurations ..........................................................................................19
3.1 Edger ..................................................................................................................19
3.2 Frame Reader ..................................................................................................22
3.3 Blocker...............................................................................................................23
3.4 Standard Accessory (Tool Box) ...................................................................24
4. Installation Procedure...........................................................................................25
4.1 Edger ..................................................................................................................25
4.2 Frame Reader ..................................................................................................26
4.3 Blocker...............................................................................................................27
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5. Operation................................................................................................................. 28
5.1 Frame Reader.................................................................................................. 28
5.2 Blocker............................................................................................................... 32
5.3 Edger.................................................................................................................. 38
5.4 Edging Process................................................................................................ 42
5.4.1 Preview MODE..........................................................................................42
5.4.2 Frame Change ............................................................................................44
5.4.3 Layout Mode..............................................................................................46
5.4.4 Edging Mode..............................................................................................52
5.4.5 Retouch Mode............................................................................................58
5.4.6 One Stop Edging Mode ............................................................................60
6. User Defined Options ............................................................................................ 63
6.1 Configuration of Frame Reader ................................................................. 63
6.2 Configuration of Edger................................................................................. 64
6.3 Adjusting Edger .............................................................................................. 66
6.3.1 Size Adjustment.........................................................................................67
6.3.2 frame Adjustment ......................................................................................68
6.3.3 Axis Adjustment .......................................................................................70
6.3.4 Bevel Adjustment ......................................................................................72
6.3.5 Groove Adjustment ...................................................................................74
6.3.6 Safety Beveling Adjustment ....................................................................76
6.4 Layout Default................................................................................................. 79
6.5 Edging Default................................................................................................. 81
7. System Maintenance.............................................................................................. 83
7.1 Automatic Calibration of Frame Reader ................................................. 83
7.2 Automatic Calibration of Edger ................................................................. 86
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7.3 Wheel Dressing................................................................................................88
7.4 Edging Room Cleaning .................................................................................90
7.5 Water Tank Draining .....................................................................................91
7.6 Wheel Replacement ........................................................................................92
7.7 Frame Data Base Clear .................................................................................93
7.8 Parking Mode ..................................................................................................93
7.9 Maintenance Tips ............................................................................................93
Standard Accessory.....................................................................................................96
Specification.................................................................................................................97
Drawings of System ....................................................................................................98
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1. Introduction
1.1 System Configuration
• Edger
(CPE-4000)
• Frame Reader
(CFR-4000)
• Blocker
(CBK-4000)
1.2 Main Features
• All the finishing processes, tracing to edging, are fully operated with the advanced
3D Digital Technology optimizing the productivity and efficiency
Edging
Material
Beveling
Flat
Edging
Grooving
Polishing
Safety
Beveling
Plastic
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Glass
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X
X
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High Index
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Polycarbonate
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Trivex®
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• High Resolution TFT-LCD (10.4”) Color Screen and the Intuitive Icon-based User
Interface are harmonized to offer the maximum convenience for everyday use
• The “Digital Pattern Layout” modifies the lens shape in left/right, top/bottom as well
as circumference and optimizes the fitting challenge for Rimless and SemiRimless
• Frame Tracing, Layout and Lens Edging can be processed simultaneously. Up to
15 Frame Tracing and Layout work can be stored in advance during the lens
edging process
• “One Stop Edging Mode” with the main options is available for faster and easier
lens finishing process
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• Graphically Designed Test Mode enables the operator to effectively perform the
routine maintenance without the technical assistance
• Any shape and materials of frames from rimless to goggles are automatically and
precisely scanned with 3D technology ensuring no margin of error
• More than several hundreds of frames are memorized in the permanent memory.
Therefore, users can retrieve them whenever they want.
• The compete harmony between the robust hardware and the machining algorithm
makes the whole machining processes much more stable and fast.
1.3 Classification
• Protection against electric shock: Class I(earthed)
• Installation Category: II
• Pollution Degree: 2
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2. Safety Information
2.1 Introduction
Safety is everyone’s responsibility. The safe use of this equipment is largely
dependent upon the installer, user, operator, and maintainer. It is imperative that
personnel study and become familiar with this entire manual before attempting to
install, use, clean, service or adjust this equipment and any associated accessories.
It is paramount that the instructions contained in this manual are fully under stood
and followed to enhance safety to the patient and the user/operator. It is for this
reason that the following safety notices have been placed appropriately within the
text of this manual to highlight safety related information or information requiring
special emphasis. All user, operators, and maintainers must be familiar with and pay
particular attention to all warning and cautions incorporated herein.
!
WARNING
“Warning” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in severe
personal injury, death or substantial property damage if ignored.
!
NOTE
“Note” describes information for the installation, operation, or maintenance of
which is important but hazard related if ignored.
!
CAUTION
“Caution” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in minor injury,
or property damaged if ignored.
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2.2 Safety Symbols
The International Electro technical Commission (IEC) has established a set of
symbols for medical electronic equipment, which classify a connection or warn of any
potential hazard. The classifications and symbol s are shown below.
Save these instructions
I and O on power switch represent ON and OFF
respectively.
This symbol identifies a safety note. Ensure you understand
the function of this control before using it. Control function is
described in the appropriate User’s or Service Manual.
Identifies the point where the system safety ground is
fastened to the chassis. Protective earth connected to
conductive parts of Class I equipment for safety purposes.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol
is
attached to a product it means the product is covered by
the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be
disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream
via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your
old appliance, please contact your city office, waste
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disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
2.3 Environment factors
Avoid the following environments for operation or storage:
Where the equipment is exposed to water vapor.
Don’t operate the equipment with a wet hand.
Where the temperature changes extremely.
- Operation Temperature: 10 ~ 40°C
(Humidity : 50 ~ 80%)
- Storage Temperature : -20 ~ 85°C (Humidity : 50 ~ 80%)
Where the humidity is extremely high or there is a ventilation
problem.
Where equipment is exposed to chemical material or
explosive gas.
Where the equipment is exposed to direct sunlight.
Where it is near the heat equipment.
Don’t disassemble the product or open. We aren’t
responsible for it for nothing.
Don’t plug the AC power cord into the outlet before the
connection between devices of the equipment
c o m p l e t e d . This can generate the defect.
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Error!
Where the equipment is subject to excessive shocks or
vibrations.
Be careful not to be inserted dust, especially, metal
Error!
Be careful not to close the fan located on the lateral or
backside of the equipment.
Pull out the power cord with holding the plug, not the cord.
Avoid places where the ambient temperature falls below 10? or exceeds 40? for
normal operation, or below –20? or exceeds 85? for transportation and storage.
Humidity should be maintained between 50% and 80% for normal operation,
transportation and storage. Avoid environments where the equipment is exposed to
excessive shocks or vibrations. And also the normal operation time is as following:
operation time : short term operation max 6min
2.4 Safety Precaution
This equipment has been developed and tested according to safety standards as
well as national and international standards. This guarantees a very high degree of
safety for this device. The legislator expects us inform the user expressively about
the safety aspects in dealing with the device. The correct handling of this equipment
is imperative for its safe operation. Therefore, please read carefully all instructions
before switching on this device. For more detailed information, please contact our
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Customer Service Department or one of our authorized representatives.
? This equipment must not be used (a) in an area that is in danger of explosions
and (b) in the presence of flammable, explosive, or volatile solvent such as
alcohol, benzene or similar chemicals.
? Do not put or use this device in humid rooms. Humidity should be maintained
between 50% and 80% for normal operation. Do not expose the device to water
splashes, dripping water, or sprayed water. Do not place containers containing
fluids, liquids, or gases on top of any electrical equipment or devices.
? The equipment must be operated only by, or under direct supervision of a
properly trained and qualified person.
? The service technician of Huvitz or the technician authorized by Huvitz may only
carry out modifications of this equipment.
? Customer maintenance of this equipment may only be performed as stated in the
User’s Manual and Service Manual. Any additional maintenance may only be
performed by the service technician of Huvitz or the technician authorized by
Huvitz.
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The manufacturer is only responsible for effects on safety, reliability, and
performance of this equipment when the following requirements are fulfilled: (1)
The electrical installation in the respective room corresponds to the specifications
stated in this manual and (2) This equipment is used, operated, and maintained
according to this manual and Service Manual.
? The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by unauthorized tampering
with the device(s). Such tampering will forfeit any right to claim under warranty.
? This equipment may only be used together with accessories supplied by Huvitz.
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If the customer makes use of other accessories, use them only if their safe
usability under technical aspect has been proved and confirmed by Huvitz or the
manufacturer of the accessory.
? Only person who has undergone proper training and instructions are authorized
to install, use, operate, and maintain this equipment.
? Keep the User’s Manual and Service Manual in a place easily accessible at all
times for persons operating and maintaining the equipment.
? Do not force cable connections. If a cable does not connect easily, be sure that
the connector (plug) is appropriate for the receptacle (socket). If you cause any
damage to a cable connector(s) or receptacle(s), let the damage(s) be repaired
by an authorized service technician.
? Please do not pull on any cable. Always hold on to the plug when disconnecting
cables.
? Before every operation, visually check the equipment for exterior mechanical
damage(s) and for proper function.
? Do not cover any ventilation grids or slits. Immediately turn off and unplug any
equipment that gives off smoke, sparks, strange noises, or odors.
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Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries according to the instructions.
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Edger produces a noise. To prevention of the noise damage, You use the earplug
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Keep to use LAN Port only in the inside building.
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This machine might be impaired if used in a manner not specified by manufacturer
and this manual.
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WARNING
• Be sure that any part of human body is not interfered with the edging wheel
during the operation. Otherwise, the person may be seriously hurt.
• Edging room cover should be fully closed during the lens finishing process. If
the lens is broken during the process, the broken pieces of lens may cause the
damage to the person. The debris may also cause the damage to the human
eye.
• Be sure not to press the clamp button unless the wheel completely stops.
Otherwise, the lens may be fallen and broken by the wheel, and cause the
damage to the person.
• If the crack appears on the edging wheel or on the base of the product,
immediately stop the operation and ask for the service. If the edging wheel is
broken during the operation, the broken pieces may cause the serious hurt.
• Be sure not to edge the materials other than the spectacle lenses. Otherwise,
it may deteriorate the wheel performance and cause the crack on it. If the
edging wheel is broken during the operation, the broken pieces may cause the
serious hurt.
• Be sure not to operate the product unless the front cover of edging body is fully
closed. Otherwise, it may cause the serious hurt.
• The equipment should be properly installed and operated based on the
instructions on this manual. If the power is turned on without unlocking the
locking device for the carriage and feeler, it may cause the damage to the
product and cause the malfunction of the product.
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WARNING
• Do not disassemble the product without the proper training. It may cause the
electric shock, serious hurt during the operation or cause the malfunction of the
product.
• Be sure the material of lens is matched with the job options selected in the
display before starting the edging mode. Otherwise, it may cause the damage
to the wheel and shorten the lifetime of wheel.
• The safety beveling for glass lenses should be performed both at front and rear
side. Otherwise, it will cause the damage to the human skin.
• The product should be properly installed and maintained at the horizontally
leveled place. Otherwise, it may affect the normal operation of the product.
• Do not force on the stylus of frame reader. It may cause the malfunction of the
product.
• Be sure that the stylus of frame reader is not interfered with the human body or
other objects during the operation.
Otherwise, it may cause the hurt or
malfunction of the product.
• Be sure that the fingers are not caught during clamping.
• In case of detaching the lens adapter from the finished lens, use the Adapter
Remover supplied as the standard accessory. Do not pull out the lens adapter
with bare hands.
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• Be sure that the water supply hose is not folded or interfered with other objects
causing the problem of water supply. It may deteriorate the quality of lens
finishing. The debris of lens may cause the damage to the respiratory organ of
operator and malfunction of the product.
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CAUTION
• When moving the equipment, first fix the stage and check whether the power
supply is off. Then, two persons should lift the bottom of the product with both
hands.
• In case of setting down the equipment, make sure not to be interfered with the
obstacles. Setting down the product slowly in order to prevent the hurt of human
body or damage to the product.
• When moving the equipment, make sure the locking device and the screw for
the cover are properly tightened.
• In case of packaging the equipment, use the recommended packaging material
and method in order to prevent the damage during the transportation.
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CAUTION
• Be sure to use the standard accessories or tools provided together with the
product for the maintenance. Otherwise, it may cause the malfunction of the
product.
• In case of wheel dressing, be sure to use the dressing stick fitted with each
wheel. The dressing stick should be replaced in case the length becomes
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3. System Configurations
3.1 Edger
Front View
Main display window
Edging
Numeric Key Pad
Room
Cover
Edger Control Panel
Edging Room
Lens Feeler
Clamp
Main Wheel
Wheel for Safety Beveling and Grooving
Rear View
Power Input for Pump
Ethernet Interface Terminal
(not available yet)
Main Power Input and Fuse
Main Switch
Interface Terminal
• FRAME READER
• BLOCKER
• Bar Code
• PC : For computer
• EXTRA : For console terminal
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For Edging Polycarbonate
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3.2 Frame Reader
Front View
Work Space for Stylus
Display Window
Control Panel
Gripper
Gripping Bar
Stylus
Rear View
Main Switch
Power Input & Fuse Holder
Interface Terminal
• EDGER1
• EDGER2
• PC
• EXTRA : For console terminal
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3.3 Blocker
Front View
Switch Lever
Lens Adapter Setter
Horizontal
Scale Plate
Lens Holder
Vertical
Scale Plate
Rear View
Main Switch
Power Input
Lamp Fixing Plate
Voltage Selector
Fuse Holder
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3.4 Standard Accessory (Tool Box)
Lens Adaptor
Lens Adaptor Holder
Clamp Adaptor
Lens Adaptor Remover
Blocker Lamp(6V, 8W)
Standard Pattern
Pattern Holder
Standard Frame
LEAP-? Tape
Fuse(250V,10A)
Standard JIG for Edger
Feeler Tips
Wrench Set
Carriage-Fixing Bracket
Feeler Assembly-Fixing
Dressing Sticks
Bracket
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NOTE
• Only Use 3M LEAP-III™ as the Block Tape in order to assure the proper axis
positioning.
• In case of Super Hydrophobic Lens, use the specialized sticker in order to
assure the proper axis position.
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4. Installation Procedure
4.1 Edger
? Remove the shock-absorbing material from the packing box and pull out the
Edger carefully.
? Unfasten the screw at the Edger Front Cover and lift it open.
? Remove the Edger Left Cover.
? Remove the Carriage Fixing Bracket.
? Remove the Feeler Fixing Bracket.
? Plug the Pump Power Cable into the receptacle for Pump at the back of the
product.
? Connect Water Supply Hose into the Pump.
? Connect Water Drain Hose into Water Drain Hole and tie it with the fixing clip.
? Assemble the Edger Left Cover and Edger Front Cover.
? Check the Initialization.
Store the Carriage Fixing Bracket and Feeler Fixing Bracket into the toolbox for
the use of moving the product.
[ Removing the Carriage Fixing Bracket ] [ Removing the Feeler Fixing Bracket ]
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[Connecting the Water Drain Hose]
[ Connecting the Water Supply Hose ]
Fixing Clip for Water Drain Hose
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NOTE
• Fill up 2/3 of the tank with water and make sure that the water supply hose is not
dragged below the pump, and is not folded or interfered with other objects.
• Use the Clip to tie the Water Supply Hose properly.
4.2 Frame Reader
? Remove the shock-absorbing material from the packing box and pull out the
Frame Reader carefully.
? Remove the shock-absorbing material from the workspace of Stylus.
? Plug the Power Cable into the receptacle at the back of the product and turn on
the power to check the initial operation.
? If the initial operation works properly, connect Edger and Frame Reader by using
9-pin D-sub Crossed Interface Cable.
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4.3 Blocker
? Remove the shock-absorbing material from the packing box and pull out the
Manual Blocker carefully.
? Insert the Vertical Scale Plate underneath of the Horizontal Scale Plate and fix
the screw at the end of both sides. (Insert the printed-side to face the top)
? Plug the Power Cable into the receptacle at the back of the product and turn on
the power to check the lamp is ON.
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CAUTION
• Be sure to check the voltage selector underneath of the product before the
power switch is ON.
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5. Operation
5.1 Frame Reader
Control Panel
Frame
Material Selection
·METAL
·PLASTIC
·OPTYL
Menu
Menu Selection
·CONFIGURATION
? Before the frame is traced, choose one
·AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION
?
Refer to the section 6.1
Configuration of Frame Reader
of the above items.
? The specified values are used in Edger
for the size adjustment.
for CONFIGURATION.
?
Refer to the section 7.1
Pattern Tracing
Automatic Calibration of Frame
·LO CURV (2D Tracing)
Reader
·HI CURV (3D Tracing)
for
AUTOMATIC
CALIBRATION.
? If the pattern or the demo lens are placed
in the tracer, the Frame Menu is
automatically changed to this curve mode
instead of material selection.
? In HI CURV mode, the tilt correction is
applied. Therefore, if the pattern or demo
lens have a severe curved shape, make
sure to apply it to the HI CURV mode.
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LEFT / BOTH / RIGHT
STOP
LEFT / BOTH / RIGHT
• BOTH : for two eye tracing. This is only for frame tracing.
• R
: for right eye tracing.
• L
: for left eye tracing.
? Usually one side tracing is used for the pattern or demo lens.
? The one side traced data for pattern or demo lens is copied symmetrically to the
other side.
Operation Tips
• The data will be automatically transmitted after finishing the tracing.
• In case that the single side (R or L) is traced, the traced data will be
automatically duplicated symmetrically to the other side to complete the job.
• Semi-Automatic Tracing Mode will be executed in case of pressing one of these
three buttons, ‘L’, ‘B’ or ‘R’ for more than 3 seconds. It will be useful to trace the
frame with the lopsided groove.
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Frame Tracing
? Place the frame between the upper grippers and the lower grippers.
? Move the frame in order that the bridge of frame is located at the central position
between the left and right side grippers.
? Press the FRAME button to select the frame material(METAL,PLASTIC,OPTYL).
? Press the Reading Button (B, R, L)
Pattern
Pattern Tracing
? Mark the pattern or demo lens
Demo Lens
Pattern
at its optical center using
Fixing
Lensmeter.
Screw
? Block it at the middle marked
Lens Adapter
spot using Blocker
? Place it to the Pattern Holder
? Press the FRAME button to select the tracing mode (LO CURV, HI CURV)
? Press the Reading Button (R, L)
[ How to place the Pattern
Holder to Gripper ]
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5.2 Blocker
Scale Plate
Vertical Scale
(Unit:mm)
Horizontal Scale
Near Vision guide for
(Unit:mm)
Bi-Focal Lens
Lens Adapter Setter
Lens A dapter should be inserted into the
Lens Adapter Setter to the direction of (a)
shown at the right picture.
(a)
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Active Blocking vs Passive Blocking
There are two methods for blocking. Active blocking is to locate the Lens Adapter to
the optical center of the lens. On the other hand, Passive blocking is to locate the
Lens Adapter to the center of the frame which is called ‘Boxing center’. The
examples of active blocking and passive blocking are as followings:
Hints for boxing center
2.0
on Edger GUI
3.5
3.5
2
[Active Blocking]
[Passive Blocking]
When passive blocking is used, the edger shows the distances that the center of lens
should be moved. Active blocking is much easer than Passive blocking for
blocking. However, active blocking has several limitations, and also it could make
the less qualified output in special cases. The following table compares active
blocking and passive blocking and summarizes the advantages and disadvantages
of them. As it says, if the optical center is far from the frame center, active blocking
could make a little bit poor qualified output. So, in this case, passive blocking are
recommended.
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Comparison with active blocking and passtive blocking
Active Blocking
Blocking
Passive Blocking
Geometrical Center of
Optical Center of Lens
Frame
User
Just following the Marking Spot
Have to move the Lens
Convenience
of Lensmeter
according to GUI
There can be additional limitations
Minimum
No additional limitation
because of PD, OH(=Optical Height)
Edging Size
Lens
Bloc k
Edging Quality
Eccentric Edging
Centric Edging
of Beveling or
Grooving
Block
Grinding Wheel
Lens
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NOTE
• Be sure to execute Boxing Center for the followings.
? PD(=Pupil Distance) is in eccentric position
? Horizontally w ide frame
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Operation
? Plug the Power Cable into the receptacle at the back of the product and turn on
the power.
? Insert the Lens Adapter into the Lens Adapter Setter (Pay attention on the
direction).
? Place the marked Lens over the Lens Holder.
? According to the Lens Type (Bi-Focal, Progressive) and Blocking Type (Optical
Center, Box Center), adjust the marking point using the scale plate.
? Turn the Switch Lever to place the Lens Adapter Setter over the Lens and press it
to complete the blocking job.
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NOTE
• Push down the switch lever as possible as the scale plate is close to the lens. If
then, the operator can minimize the error of the optical illusion.
• Do not force too much on the Switch Lever for blocking. Otherwise, it may
scratch or damage the Lens.
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Blocking according to the lens types
Far
Vision
Eye Point
Optical Center
Progressive Lens
Adjust the marking point of the lens
Adjust the Far Vision Eye Point of the
to the center of scale plate
progressive lens to the center of scale
plate.
Center
Line
of
Near Vision
Bi-Focal Lens
Boxing Center
Adjust the Center Line of Near
Adjust the marking point of the lens to the
Vision to the point 5?
direction according to the number guided
below the
center of scale plate. Move the
vertical center line 5?
by the Edger Display.
to the
direction of L/R and adjust the
Guide
semicircle of near vision to the guide
of
line of Left/Right.
Edger
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5.3 Edger
Display Control Panel
Menu Selection
per Mode
MENU
Option Selection
Menu Selection
TAB
Mode Selection
Numeric Key Pad
Numeric Key
(0~9)
Numeric Key Pad
ENTER
Symbol Change
(+/-)
FC (Frame Change)
Frame Change Button in
PREVIEW mode
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Edger Control Panel
STOP
One Stop Edging Execution
LENS POSITION
Button for adjusting the Lens
Position in Roughing Process
(Real Time)
CLAMP
START
CLAMP
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NOTE
• Be sure that Lens Position Button only works during Roughing process. It is
useful to adjust the lens position if the lens exceeds the wheel range because
of the thickness.
• Clamp Buttons in the Left and Right provide the exactly same function. They are
provided for the convenience to press the button by the bare hand without
holding the lens.
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5.4 Edging Process
5.4.1 Preview MODE
Number of New Data
Number of Layout
Data Completed
R1
R2
R3
Data
Selection Button
R4
R5
Page UP/DOWN
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Recall the Data permanently stored in the inside memory
F1
Return to the WORKING Data display.
Frame pupil distance Input Button (in case the frame data selected)
F2
Bridge Size Input Button (in case the pattern data selected)
Assign the Job Number
F3
Search the internal saved data. Load the internal frame data u
sing the bar code system. The internal frame data can be
retrieved by bar code system. Refer to the additional operator
manual for it.
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Delete the selected data
F4
(In case more than 15 data is accumulated, it will delete the
data according to First In First Out basis)
F5
Execute the Layout Mode with the selected data
Icons for data state
L
Completed Layout Data
FC Data designated for Frame Change
E
Data under Edging Process (or Completed)
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NOTE
• In case of Two Eye Tracing, the value of FPD will be automatically transmitted
and displayed.
• In case of pattern tracing, be sure to change the standard value to the actual
Bridge Size.
• In case of One Eye tracing, it will be helpful to use Bridge Size Input function in
Layout Mode. (It is much easier to measure the Bridge Size)
• Measure the Bridge Size as (B) instead of (A). Remember that the Bridge Size
is not from frame to frame, but from lens to lens,
(A)
(B)
• Blocking Job on the Lens for Frame Change should be executed on Optical Center.
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5.4.2 Frame Change
? Select the previous lens data from menu(WORKING DATA) using
Data Selection Button.
? Execute FC button for Frame Change.
?
Select the new frame data from the Menu(WORKING DATA)
using Select Button (The data with Blue Color in PREVIEW MODE)
? Execute LAYOUT Button
for Layout and Edging Process
? In layout display, if necessary, adjust the PD and the optical
height.
The result display after selecting the old lens and the new frame is as following:
Old Lens
New Frame
!
NOTE
• If the margin for new frame comes to less than 1mm, frame change job would
be blocked.
• If you would like to cancel the frame change, select the old lens data again or
press the FC button again.
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5.4.3 Layout Mode
R1 Right/Left
R2 Optical/Boxing Center
R3
FPD/Bridge Size
Far Vision/Near Vision
R4 PD
R5 Digital Pattern
F1
F2
R1
F3
F4
FPD
F5
F6
F7
Right / Left
Optical Center Mode
R2
Boxing Center Mode
R3
FPD
Far Vision
Bridge Size
Bi-Focal
Blend Lens
(Near Vision) (Near Vision)
R4
R5
Binocular
Monocular
FPD-Based PD
Mix OH
Box OH
FPD-based OH
Near Vision
Vertical
Horizontal
Enlargement
Enlargement
enlargement
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Circumference
Enlargement
Enlargement
Axis Rotation
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Execute Right/Left Synchronization
F6
(The data change will be applied for both Right AND left Lens simultaneously)
Cancel Right/Left Synchronization
execute EDGING MODE
F7
(Based on the current Layout Data)
!
• Be sure to execute Boxing Center
NOTE
for the followings.
? PD is in eccentric position
? Horizontally Wide Frame
? Super Hydrophobic Lens or Ultra Hi-Index Lens
• In case of Layout with Monocular PD
, be sure to cancel Right/Left
Synchronization.
Operation Tips
• If the operator presses the TAB button instead of F7, the next display mode,
Edging display will be shown. But, In this case, the Edging display is not based
on the current layout data, but based on the previous edging data.
• In case of One Eye Tracing, it is recommended to input the Bridge Size
instead of FPD.
• In case of executing the options for Bi-Focal(Near Vision)
and Bland Lens
(Near Vision) , Near Vision Shape will be displayed on the LCD screen. If you
input the diameter, you can see the frame shape similar to the actual lens shape
and check the interference.
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• If you get the tracing data with tilted axis of Pattern (Demo Lens) or if you want
to change the axis of rimless frame, the axis rotation (
) of Digital Pattern will
be very much convenient for the Layout Job.
• The exact meaning of the mix height and the box height is as following:
Y
Mix Height
Box Height
• It is so important to measure the optical height of the patient precisely when
edging a progressive lens. Sometimes, too short optical height might cut out the
near vision area.
• For the half-framed lens or the rimless lens, the digital pattern provides the
convenient reformation. The redesign of the frame shape could be done easily
using the digital pattern.
• For the bi-focal lens or the progressive, the digital pattern makes the near vision
area included within the frame. Sometimes too small frame shape might cut out
the near vision area. In this case, the digital pattern provides the enlargement of
the frame shape.
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You can execute the Frame Tracing and the Layout Job during the Lens
Edging Process (Up to 15 Jobs). If you press TAB button at the EDGING
MODE after carrying out the Layout Job, you can move to PREVIEW MODE. If
you execute the Layout Job with the selected data, the previous job will be
automatically stored and will be displayed with “
Remember that the layout job saving key is F7
” in PREVIEW MODE.
.
In the layout mode, if you press the START button, grids will be shown on
the screen. Using this grid ruler, you can identify the dimension of each
elements such as the size of frame, the distance from the far vision center to the
near vision center and the size of near vision area and so on. And also you can
change the interval of the grid pressing the R/L lens position buttons
Grid Interval
.
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In digital pattern editing, if you change one of the changeable elements, the
original data will be shown with violet color.
Original Contour
Changed Contour
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5.4.4 Edging Mode
R1 Right / Left
R2
Lens Material/Fragile Lens
R3 Edging Option / Polishing
R4
Beveling/Grooving Position
Size Adjustment(Retouch)
R5 Safety Beveling
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
R1
Right/Left
R2
Plastic
Glass
Normal Edging Fragile
R3
Beveling Grooving
No Polishing
Polishing
Polycarbonate
Hi-Index
Trivex
Clamping Pressure
Flat Edging (Rimless) Grooving Depth
Grooving Width
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R4
Front Side %
Front Side mm
Size Adjustment
R5
Safety Beveling
Rear Side mm
Base Curve
User Option
Retouch Mode
No Safet y Beveling
Safety Beveling (Small)
Safety Beveling (Large)
No Safety Beve ling
Lens Edging
After selecting the Edging Options, press [START]
Edging Process.
button to execute the Lens
Edging Progress will be displayed on LCD screen for the
convenience. Press [STOP]
If you need the size
button to cancel the Lens Edging Process.
adjustment after finishing the Lens Edging, press [
]
button in Size Adjustment. Be sure that Retouch Mode will be only executed after
finishing the Lens Edging.
Operation Tips
• In case of Semi-Rimless Edging
, the grooving depth and width can be
adjusted by changing the default value in “Edging Default” Menu. (Refer to 6.5)
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• According to the Edging Options, Beveling and Grooving position can be
selected independently.
?
Ratio (%) from the Front side of the lens
?
Distance (? ) from the Front side of the lens
?
?
Distance (? ) from the Rear side of the lens
Adjust the position according to the Lens Base Curve and the Minimum
Thickness (0~10)
• The value of the edging options affects the final output as followings :
50%
30%
[ Ratio(%) mode
from the front side ]
• Like the above picture, if the operator use ratio(%) mode from the Front side
about a so thin lens, the machining of the thinnest part could be dangerous.
50%
[ Distance(mm) mode
from the front side ]
1.6mm
1.6mm
• Using the distance(mm) mode from the front side, the operator can designate
the specific distance, However, if the thickness of the thin area is less than the
double of the designated value, the machine internally forces it to be machined
by the 50% of the thickness at the thin position.
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!
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NOTE
Frame Material, Lens Material and Lens Thickness may affect the quality of
Lens Fitting. If needed, execute the Size
Adjustment in advance.
Frequently used Adjustment Value can be stored at “Frame Fitting” in “size
Adjustment”. (Refer to section 6.3.1)
1
9
9
1
Base
Curve
Base
Base
[Base curve mode]
Curve
Curve
(-) lens
(+) lens
• In the base curve mode, base curves of (+) lenses and (-) lenses exist the
opposite side of each of them. In this mode, the bevel or grooving line always
passes the mid of the thinnest area which is located at the midst zone of (-)
lenses and is located at the edged zone of (+) lens. And much bigger position
value makes the curve closer to the base curve.
• Be sure to carry out the Edging Process in Fragile Mode in case the
lens may be broken or the axis may be tilted during the edging
process.
• Grooving and Polishing is not available for the Glass Lens. Be sure the material
of lens is matched with the job options selected in the display before starting the
Edging Mode.
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• Be sure to use the new Tape or Sticker and erase the wet from the Lens surface.
!
CAUTION
• The safety beveling for glass lenses should be performed both at front and rear
side. Otherwise, it will cause the damage to the human skin.
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5.4.5 Retouch Mode
R1
R2
R3
Not
R4
(Not Active)
R5
F1
F2
F3
R1
F1
F4
F5
F6
F7
Right/Left
I
Input the Lens Size to be decreased by Retouch (Unit : mm)
? Input Value : ‘ 0” or ‘-‘ (Minus Number)
F2
Input the Grooving Depth adjusted by Retouch (Unit : mm)
F3
Activate Polishing (Press one more time to cancel)
F4
Cancel Polishing (Press one more time to activate)
F5
Decreasing the value (Retouch Size of Grooving Depth)
F6
Increasing the value (Retouch Size of Grooving Depth)
Available
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F7
Exit (Return to Edging Mode)
Operation Tips
• The Options for Size, Grooving Depth and Polishing can be simultaneously
selected in Retouch Mode. Simply set up e required value of adjustment for
Size and Grooving Depth.
• In case the operator made an error to activate Rimless Mode instead of SemiRimless, the operator can select the Grooving Depth for Semi-Rimless Edging.
However, the Grooving Position cannot be selected.
• In case the operator made an error not to activate Polishing, the operator can
execute Polishing by way of pressing the Polishing button one more time. The
Polishing Button activates alternately by pressing it.
• The recommended Retouch Size will be 1/3 of the length shown as (a).
(a)
!
NOTE
• TAB button is not available in Retouch Mode. Finish the Retouch Mode with
EXIT Button.
• Even though the Retouch Mode is completed with EXIT button, the operator reactivates the Retouch Mode unless he activates the Edging Mode.
• Be sure not to remove the Lens Adapter to activate the Retouch Job.
• No Option Menu other than Right/Left Selection is available in Retouch Mode.
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5.4.6 One Stop Edging Mode
R1
R2
Data Selection
R3
Buttons
R4
R5
F1
R1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Right/Left
Optical Center Mode
R2
Boxing Center Mode
R3
Binocular PD
FPD-basedOH
FPD Input
R4
Plastic
Glass
Polycarbonate
Hi-Index
Beveling
Grooving
Flat Edging (Rimless)
R5
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Size Adjustment (before Edging)
Retouch Mode (After Edging)
F7
Select Frame/Pattern Data
Operation Tips
• In case of execute or cancel the One-Stop Edging Mode, press [STOP] button
and “1” (numeric key) in sequence.
• FPD Input Button works alternately whenever being pressed as FPD Input
Button
or Bridge Size Input Button
• Frame/Pattern Data Selection Button
recalls the recent tracing data from
the Frame Reader for the Edging Process.
• The operator can activate Retouch Mode
by pressing Retouch Mode
Button after completing One-Stop Edging Process. By pressing EXIT Button, the
operator returns to One-Stop Edging Mode.
!
NOTE
• Only Binocular PD and FPD-based OH are available in One-Stop Edging Mode.
• User Selections of Polishing Option are not available in One-Stop Edging Mode.
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The followings are automatically applied.
- Beveling : No Polishing
- Grooving (Semi-Rimless) : with Polishing
- Flat Edging (Rimless) : with Polishing
• During using One-Stop Edging Mode, if you need to use advanced functions,
finish the One-Stop Edging Mode and then go into basic edging mode. The
applied values and options are still available.
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6.1 Configuration of Frame Reader
• How to go into the configuration
- Press these buttons sequentially : Menu >> B
- Navigate all items using ‘FRAME’ button.
- Press the ‘B’ button to execute the selected item.
- Press the ‘L’ or ‘R’ button to change the value of the selected item.
• Purpose of user options
- ID INFO
: Show system ID.
- Beep
: Turn on/off beep sound .
- EDGER-1
: Enable or disable data transmission through EDGER-1 port.
- EDGER-2
: Enable or disable data transmission through EDGER-2 port.
- PC
: Allow or disallow PC connection.
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6.2 Configuration of Edger
? Language
: Choose your own language
? Perform Feeling for Rimless
: Do feeling or not for the rimless lens
? Warning for Small Adapter
: Show the warning message for the small
Adapter or not.
? Barcode Interface
: Enable or disable barcode interface
? Automatic Blocking Interface
: Enable or disable automatic blocking
? Water Flushing for PC Edging
: Enable or disable water flushing for
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: Choose one of the following options for
Edging Room Window opened during
machining
- OFF
: No warning
- Warning Message
: Shows the warning message
- STOP
: Stops machining
- Both
: Shows the warning message and stops machining
? Minimum Margin for Grooving
: Set minimum margin for grooving
? Job Number Generator
: Generate Job Number automatic or
manual
? Default Mode
: Set the default edging display
? Baud Rate
: Set the baud rate for all peripherals.
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6.3 Adjusting Edger
There are several kinds of user adjustment for the edger including Size Adjustment,
Frame Adjustment, Margin Adjustment, Axis Adjustment, Bevel Adjustment, Groove &
Safety Adjustment, Clamp Adjustment.
User Adjustment is done at Menu >> User Mode >> User Options. Press these
buttons sequentially
!
CAUTION
Don’t change the factory setting for Margin Adjustment and Clamp Adju
stment. Just keep the factory settings.
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6.3.1 Size Adjustment
• Test Pattern
- Use the internal Square(40mm x 40mm) and Circle(Ø 50).
• Test Cases
- Use all kinds of materials such as Plastic, PC, Hi- Index, Glass. Trivex®.
- Execute the beveled process and the rimless process for all above kinds of
material.
- Check the adjustment amount for roughing and polishing respectively.
• Adjustment
- Change the value within the tolerance ±0.1mm.
- Remember that the adjusted values are applied in radius.
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6.3.2 frame Adjustment
? Trace the frame data with Frame Reader.
? Execute the Edging Process with Mid-Index Lens (low diopter lens preferred) and
carry out the Fitting with the edged lens.
? In case the edged lens is bigger than the frame, adjust the value to ‘-’ (minus).
In case the edged lens is smaller than the frame, adjust the value to ‘+’ (plus).
(Based on the Lens Diameter)
? Using the Master Size Adjustment, the operator can set up the adjustment
value for all frame materials simultaneously.
? In case the frame tracing is executed after selecting the frame material in
the Menu of Frame Reader, the recommended value of fitting adjustment
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will be displayed on the screen in the Edging Mode.
? Remember that these adjusted values are applied in diameter.
Adjusted value in the Edging Mode
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6.3.3 Axis Adjustment
• Test Pattern
-
[After blocking the test lens]- Execute the internal
Square(40mm X 40mm).
• Test Cases
- Check normal axis, safety bevel axis, groove axis, and polish axis.
- At first, normal axis must be adjusted.
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• Adjustment
- The adjustment unit is degree(°°) .
- Select the item using UP, DOWN and RIGHT arrow buttons.
- Increase or decrease the value using (+) and (-) buttons.
- Add (-) value to correct to the clockwise direction.
- The following picture shows how to adjust incorrect axis value for every edging
processes.
a. Normal axis adjustment
Add (-) value
Add (+) value
b. Safety beveled axis adjustment
Front
Front
Add (-) value
Add (+) value
Rear
Add (+) value
c. grooving axis adjustment
Add (-) value
Add (+) value
d. Polishing axis adjustment
Add (-) value
Add (+) value
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6.3.4 Bevel Adjustment
• Test Pattern
- Execute the Circle pattern (Ø 50) with the beveled position 50%.
• Test Cases
- Make the circle pattern with polishing and the circle pattern without polishing
respectively.
• Adjustment
- Change the value within the tolerance ±0.1mm.
- Follow the next instructions to adjust the incorrect beveling.
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a. The movement of beveled position
+
Bevel
Position
Front
-
Rear
Lens
Position
+
b. The effect of adding (-) value for the beveled position
After adding ( -) Bevel Position Value
c. The movement of polishing in bevel process
-
Lens
Position
Front
Lens
Position
+
Rear
d. The effect of adding (-) for the polished position in bevel process
After adding (-) Polish Bevel Value
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6.3.5 Groove Adjustment
• Test Pattern
- Execute the Circle pattern (Ø 50) with the grooving position 50%.
• Test Cases
- Check the grooving depth, width and position.
• Adjustment
- Change the value within the tolerance ±0.1mm.
- Follow the next instruction to correct the incorrect grooving process.
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a. The movement of the grooving position
+
Groove
Position
Front
-
Rear
Lens
Position
+
b. The effect of adding (-) value for the grooving position
After adding (-) Groove Position Value
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6.3.6 Safety Beveling Adjustment
• Test Pattern
- Execute the circle pattern (Ø 50) with the beveled position 50%.
- Execute the circle pattern (Ø 50) without the beveling.
- Apply the safety beveling.
• Test Cases
- Execute above two kinds of processes for each of materials including plastic,
PC, Hi-index lens and Trivex®.
- Apply the front and rear safety beveling to all cases.
• Adjustment
- Change the value within the tolerance ±0.1mm.
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a. The tool movement for correcting
-
Lens
Position
+
-
Lens
Position
Rear
Front
b. The effect after adjusting
After adding (-) in SFB Rear side
After adding (+) in SFB Front side
+
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6.4 Layout Default
Be sure to ONLY execute User Defined Options described in this manual.
Others, it may cause malfunction of the product.
? PD Adjustment
: Set initial PD(=Pupil Distance)
? Mode
: Choose the centering options of followings
• Optical Center
• Boxing Center
? Bridge Size
: Set initial Bridge Size
? FPD
: Set initial FPD(=Frame Pupil Distance)
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? Height : Choose the initial style for OH(=Optical Height)
• Mixed Height : OH based on the intersection with the frame and the
vertical line of the optical center
• Boxed Height : OH based on the lowest point of Frame
• Delta Y : OH based on FPD(=Frame Pupil Distance)
? Bi-Focal Offset : Adjustment Value of Blocking Position for Bi-Focal Lens
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6.5 Edging Default
Be sure to ONLY execute User Defined Options described in this manual.
Others, it may cause malfunction of the product.
? Lens Material
Plastic
Glass
? Process Order
R
L
PC
Beveling
Hi-Index
Rimless
Trivex®
L
? Edging Type
Grooving
? Polish for Bevel
: Do polish job or not for after bevel process
? Polish for Rimless
: Do polish job or not for after rimless process
? Beveling Curve
: Set initial beveling option
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? Beveling Position
: Set initial bevel position values
? Grooving Curve
: Set initial grooving option
? Grooving Position
: Set initial bevel position values
? Grooving Amount
: Set initial bevel amount for depth and width
? SB for Bevel
: Do Safety beveling or not after bevel process
? SB for Rimless
: Do safety beveling or not after rimless process
? Safety Bevel Mode
: Choose front & rear side or only rear side
? Safety Bevel Width
: Set initial values for the width of safety beveling for
? Groove
: Set initial values for the depth and the width of
each side and the style.
grooving
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7. System Maintenance
7.1 Automatic Calibration of Frame Reader
Execute Automatic CALIBRATION for Frame Reader in the followings.
• The traced data seems to show the error in the Size and Axis
• The Frame Reader seems not to work properly
Automatic calibration for frame reader consists of three parts: Stroke, Frame, Pattern.
In case of any change happened in the Stylus, do the Stroke calibration first. If it is
needed, full calibration order is like this: Stroke -> Frame -> Pattern.
Frame Calibration
Procedures for frame calibration
? Select ‘CALIB’ menu by MENU button
? Select ‘FRAME’ sub-menu by FRAME button
? Press
for execution
? Load Standard Frame
? Press
to begin
Then follow instructions displayed on the LCD
à B: Execute
[CALIB] FRAME
Standard Frame
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NOTE
• The result of Automatic Calibration will be automatically memorized.
• Be sure to check the related information before executing the calibration work
because you cannot get back the machine to the previous status. .
• During the calibration, STOP button stops and aborts processing job.
Pattern Calibration
Procedures for pattern calibration
? Select ‘CALIB’ menu by MENU button
? Select ‘PATTERN’ sub-menu by FRAME button
? Press
for execution
? Load Standard Pattern
? Press
to begin
Then follow instructions displayed on the LCD
à B: Execute
[CALIB] PATTERN
Standard Pattern
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Stroke Calibration
Procedures for stroke calibration
? Select ‘CALIB’ menu by MENU button
? Select ‘STROKE’ sub-menu by FRAME button
? Press
for execution
? Pull the Gripping bars to its maximum open
? Press
to begin
Then follow instructions displayed on the LCD
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7.2 Automatic Calibration of Edger
Three kinds of calibration can be done with Standard edging jig. Those are Size
Calibration, Feeler Calibration and Safety Bevel & Grooving calibration.
Follow the below instruction to go into Calibration display.
? Press MENU
button to enter Menu Mode
? Press
to select and execute ‘User Mode’
? Press
to select and execute ‘Calibration’ menu
Size Calibration
Procedures for frame calibration
? Press
to select ‘Size Calibration’ menu
? Replace Block Adapter with Standard JIG
? Press F6 to execute or F7 to return to menu
? After calibration, press F1 to save or F2 to discard
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Feeler Calibration
Procedures for frame calibration
? Press
to select ‘Feeler Calibration’ menu
? Replace Block Adapter with Standard JIG
? Press F6 to execute or F7 to return to menu
? After calibration, press F1 to save or F2 to discard
Safety beveling & Grooving Calibration
Procedures for frame calibration
? Press
to select ‘SFB & Groove’ menu
? Replace Block Adapter with Standard JIG
? Press F6 to execute or F7 to return to menu
? After calibration, press F1 to save or F2 to discard
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7.3 Wheel Dressing
Menu Execution
[MENU] (Press and Hold for three
seconds)
[User Mode]
[Maintenance]
[Wheel Dressing]
Execute the dressing for the Main Wheel
Execute the dressing
for Safety Bevel Wheel
Stop Wheel Dressing
Wheel Dressing is useful to maintain the wheel performance by way of removing the
lens debris stick to the wheel.
? Execute Wheel Dressing in the MENU
? Select the dressing work for the Wheel (Main/Safety Bevel)
? Rubbing the appropriate Dressing Stick to the Wheel softly
(Dressing Sticks are provided as standard accessory in the toolbox)
• Dressing Stick for Finishing Wheel/ safety Beveling : WA320
• Dressing Stick for Polishing Wheel : WA1000
• Dressing Stick for Glass Roughing Wheel : WA320
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Button to complete the Wheel Dressing
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NOTE
• It is recommended to carry out Wheel Dressing after 1,500 ~ 2,000 Edging Jobs
in order to maintain the Wheel performance. (It may vary depending on the
Edging Condition)
• Be sure not to execute Wheel Dressing for Grooving Wheel.
!
WARNING
• Be sure that any part of human body or clothing is not interfered with the edging
wheel during the Wheel Dressing. Otherwise, the person may be seriously
hurt.
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7.4 Edging Room Cleaning
Menu Execution
[MENU](Press and Hold for three
seconds)
[User Mode]
[Maintenance]
[Edging Room Cleaning]
Execute the Edging
Stop the Edging
Room Cleaning
Room Cleaning
Supplying the water to the Edging Room in order to remove the lens debris stick to
the Edging Room.
!
NOTE
• It is recommended to carry out Edging Room Cleaning whenever it is necessary
or after 1,500 ~ 2,000 Edging Jobs in order to maintain the performance.
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7.5 Water Tank Draining
Menu Execution
[Menu] (Press and Hold for three seconds)
[User Mode]
[Maintenance]
[Water Tank Draining]
Execute Pumping
Stop Pumping
? Disconnect Water Supply Hose and put it in the small container.
? Select Water Tank Draining in the Menu.
? Press Pumping Button to transfer the water to the container
? After completing the transfer, press Stop Button and connect Water Supply Hose.
!
NOTE
• It is recommended to replace the water used for a certain period of time to
maintain the Edger performance. (It may vary depending on the Edging
Condition)
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7.6 Wheel Replacement
Menu Execution
[MENU](Press and Hold for three seconds)
?
Reset the number of
[User Mode]
Edged Lens
?
[Maintenance]
?
[Wheel Replacement]
CLEAR button resets the number of edged lens and prevents the warning message
of wheel replacement during the operation.
!
NOTE
• Edged Lens Counter is only used to control the warning message of wheel
replacement and has nothing to do with the statistic information of the edged
lens.
• The Edger can be started without the warning message of wheel replacement by
way of reset with CLEAR Button (recommended to use CLEAR button after the
wheel replacement or no display of warning message.
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7.7 Frame Data Base Clear
Menu Execution
?
?
[MENU]
?
[User Mode]
?
[Maintenance]
[
]
[Frame DB Clear]
This function is useful to reset the flash memory of Edger by erasing the memorized
frame data and is only available for the product with Bar Code Interface.
!
NOTE
• Once the data is erased, it cannot be recovered. Be sure to check the related
information before executing the Frame Data Base Clear.
7.8 Parking Mode
Menu Execution
?
[MENU]
?
[User Mode]
?
[Maintenance]
?
[
]
[Parking]
In case of the product movement, the mechanical parts should be tied up before
packaging. Parking Mode moves the mechanical parts of Edger to the fixed position.
7.9 Maintenance Tips
? Wheel Replacement
It is recommended to keep the replacement cycle of Wheel in order to maintain
the Edging Performance.
• Replacement Cycle : 7,000 ~ 8,000 pieces of Lens edged
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Be sure to replace the Finishing Wheel and Polishing Wheel at the same
time.
? Regular Maintenance
It is recommended to keep the regular maintenance cycle in order to maintain the
Edging Performance.
Be sure to carry out the regular maintenance by the
service technician of Huvits or the technician authorized by Huvitz.
• Regular Maintenance Cycle : 1,500 ~ 2,000 pieces of Lens edged
? Fuse Replacement
Be sure to check the Fuse Specification for the replacement job.
• Edger : 250V 10A . Frame Reader : 250V 3.15A . blocker : 250V 0.5A
!
NOTE
• Be sure to use the appropriate Fuse. Otherwise it may damage the product or
cause the fire.
? Fuse Replacement in Edger and Frame Reader
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? Fuse Replacement in Blocker
? Blocker Lamp Replacement
In case of Blocker Lamp Replacement, be sure to use the lamp described below.
? Unfasten two e screws in (A) disassemble the Lamp Fixing Plate.
? Remove the Lamp.
• Lamp : 6V 8W (Optic Lamp)
• Lamp Life :Approximately 5,000 hours (it may vary depending on the
working condition)
!
NOTE
• Be sure not to unfasten the screws above (A). Otherwise, it may cause the align
problem and malfunction.
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Standard Accessory
Operator’s Manual ············································································ 1
Lens Adapter (Large) ········································································ 3
Lens Adapter (Small) ··········································································· 5
Lens Adapter Holder (Large) ·································································· 1
Lens Adapter Holder (Small) ·································································· 1
LEAP- III Tape (500 Pads) ······································································ 1
Lens Adapter Remover ········································································· 1
Standard Frame (for Frame Reader Calibration) ············································ 1
Standard Pattern (for Frame Reader Calibration) ·············································1
Pattern Holder ····················································································· 1
Dressing Stick (Polis hing Wheel) ································································ 1
Dressing Stick (Finishing Wheel) ································································ 1
Dressing Stick (Glass Roughing Wheel) ········································· ··············· 1
Feeler Tip (Left) ···················································································· 1
Feeler Tip (Right) ·················································································· 1
Edger Calibration Jig ·············································································· 1
F u s e(10A) ··························································································2
Fuse(5A) ····························································································2
Fuse(3.15A) ························································································· 2
Lamp (for Blocker) ················································································ 1
Wrench Set ·························································································· 1
Carriage Fixing Bracket ············································································ 1
Feeler Fixing Bracket ·············································································· 1
Water Drain Hose ·················································································· 1
Water Supply Hose ················································································ 1
Water Drain Hose Fixing Clip ······ ······························································ 1
Power Cable (Edger) ············································································ 1
Power Cable (Frame Reader) ···································································1
Power Cable (Blocker) ············································································ 1
9-pin Dsub Serial Cable (Crossed) ···························································· 1
Option
Water Supply System
Water Tank························································································1
Water Tank Carrier ················································································· 1
Strainer··········································································· ··············· 1
P u m p 1····························································································1
P u m p 2· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1
Edger Table Appendix B. Specification ······················································ 1
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Specification
Edger
Edging System
Auto
Edging Mode
Beveling
Flat Edging
Grooving
Safety Beveling
Polishing
Lens Material
Plastic, Glass, Polycarbonate, Hi-lndex, Trivex ®
Edging Size
Maximum 90mm
Minimu m 18mm
Weight
45 kg
Power Supply
AC 200~240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
1200W(Maximum)
Dimension
570(W) x 540(D) x 460(H) mm
Frame Reader
Dimension
280(W) x 300(D) x 230(H) mm
Tracing System
3D Binocular
Weight
8 kg
Power Supply
AC 100~240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
42W(Maximum)
Blocker
Dimension
280(W) x 300(D) x 230(H) mm
Power Supply
AC 100~120/200~240V, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
15W(Maximum)
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Drawings of System
Edger
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Frame Reader
99
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