Contact lenses can be manufactured in a variety of ways. The following video shows the various steps from lathe, to polish, to sterilization in making a contact lens. Although this video is quite old it still gives you a good idea about the different steps involved in making contact lenses. Today contact lenses are […] Read more
Professor Otto Wichterle, had the greatest influence on contact lenses since the second world war. Wichterle tried to make contact lenses in a mold using HEMA (hydroxyethylmethacrylate), developed the spin casting process, the first effective production method for soft contact lenses. He was born in Prostejov, Northern Moravia, and after a sickly childhood wanted to […] Read more
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