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7E Edger A 3-axis Patternless Edger with drilling capability that processes polycarbonate, Hi-Index, CR-39 and Trivex lenses with exceptional accuracy and speed.Drilling The 7E is a streamlined state of the art Patternless Edger with drilling capability. The angle of the drill isdesigned to cut perpendicular to the front surface of the lens. This technique provides excellent frame fitand an aesthetically pleasing product. The 7E can drill up to 6 holes in each lens, in hole diameters or slot widths ranging from 1 mm to 5 mm. The edger can quickly drill accurate, clean and chatter-free holes in all lens materials without requiring a bit change. User Friendly The Windows-like format is easy to use and the PC-based software accumulates reliable and accurate data for customers. The 7E is fully compliant with the current OMA standard. It can store an edger-residentdatabase which permits adding and editing frame information as well as downloading drilling parameters from databases. The 7E offers a Help screen for maintenance functions and operating instructions for inexperienced operators. Design Features The 7E has a 15” color flat panel LCD on an adjustable hinge for multi-positioning of the viewing angle. Hole placement for drilled lenses is displayed for viewing and/or adjustments. The modular design isolates the electronics and cutter motor from the cutting chamber. Dry-Cutting Accuracy & 3-Axis Control The unique dry-cutting accuracy and three-axis control features of the 7E allow the operator to process any CR-39, Polycarbonate, Hi-Index, and Trivex lens material faster and more accurately than most wet edgers and there are no messy coolants.Because the blades cut, not grind the lens edge, there is no rounding of the lens bevel, leading to tighter fit and better interface with the groove of the frame. The new 20mm diameter cutter utilized by the 7E provides superior bevel reproduction on high base lenses and allows for accurate edging of many complex shapes. New Feature Option A new feature of the 7E is the multi-fluted cutter. Electric Chucking Electric chucking will automatically adjust clamping pressure depending on the lens material. Coated Carbide Cutter An extended-life coated carbide cutter comes standard with each 7E, thus increasing the number of jobs that can be processed on one blade. A PCD cutter is optional. Interfaceable Fully interfaceable with most 3rd-party software packages. OMA compatible.Accepts barcode job entry (barcode optional). . Mechanical Height: 28.4” (72.0cm)Width: 25.3” (64.3cm)Depth: 26.6” (67.5cm)Weight: 135 lbs (61 kg) Facilities Requirements Input:115 VAC 60 Hz,1500 WATTS230 VAC 50 Hz,1500 WATTSCompressed Air (Pneumatic Only): 100 psi minimum, Volume 0.1 SCFM 20 Amp.service line requiredETL LISTED, Conforms to UL Std. for Electrical Equipment for Laboratory Use ETL TESTING LABORATORIES, INC. Ranges Maximum Lens Blank Size: 100mm(Effective Diameter)Minimum Finished “B” Size 1/2 Eye Clamp and Chuck: 18mm Rimless

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Refurbished National Optronics 7E HLP Edger


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