In this stage, we take semi-finished lenses and incorporate the prescribed prescription onto the back surface, regardless of the lens type (e.g., single vision, bifocal, progressive, or free-form). We implement various quality checks throughout the process to ensure exceptional results. Initially, the selected lens blanks undergo a protective tape application on their front surface.

Following this, an alloy block is affixed to the front surface, known as the blocking process. Once the alloy block is in place, the lens proceeds to our Orbit 2.0 Performance Package Satisloh generator, where the cutting process begins.

Shortly after, the progressive design watermark is mechanically etched onto the lens during the engraving process. After the cutting process on the generator, we perform lens polishing to achieve a smooth and even back surface, ensuring minimal visual distortion and an optimal patient experience.

The performance package on our generator enables efficient processing without compromising quality. Subsequently, the lens is detached from the alloy block applied during the lens surfacing process. The protective tape is then removed, and the lens undergoes cleaning before entering the printing process. In this final step, ink fitting marks are reapplied to the front of the lens for inspection and edging purposes.