Coburn Technologies, known to be a leader in providing innovative, end-to-end customer solutions to the world’s ophthalmic lens processing industries, introduces its latest polishing compound Digi-Sheen MAX.
This advanced lens polishing compound, which has been specially engineered for conventional & digital lens polishing, works on all non-glass lens materials and uses a higher particle formulation to achieve a better surface finish on all lenses requiring an anti-reflection application.
Key features of the new polish include:
- Formulation for use in both Digital and Conventional polishers
- Ideal surface quality results for lenses that are to be AR coated
- Superior removal rate on all lens materials for improved clarity
- Greater percentage of dissolved particles with excellent suspension
- Ideal for use with most digital soft-tool laps including Coburn’s new HyperFlex ENDURO and CLARITY tools
“The formulation of DigiSheen MAX offers our customers a higher baumé option for a more mechanical polished result that more and more AR coating processes require,” Dan Clarke, Product Development Manager for Coburn’s Lab Works division stated.
Digi-Sheen MAX is available worldwide, and online for US customers at www.shopcoburn.com. For prices, package offers and additional process integration information, please contact the Coburn Lab Works division directly at (866-450-0412) or by calling Coburn’s main number (800-COBURN-1) and asking for Lab Works.
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Coburn Technologies formerly Gerber Coburn is a new company continuing a 60 year tradition as a leading provider of integrated optical lens processing systems. Coburn manufactures and services a complete series of equipment, software and supplies used in surfacing prescriptions in lens blanks, coating lenses, and machining lenses to fit patient frames as well as distribution of refractory and patient diagnostic equipment. Coburn Technologies is American owned and globally headquartered in South Windsor, Connecticut USA.