HomeArticlesResizing or Reshaping an Old Lens for a New Frame Using a Handstone or an Edger in an Emergency Resizing or Reshaping an Old Lens for a New Frame Using a Handstone or an Edger in an Emergency By Joseph Donaldson March 6, 2020 Articles, Blog 11 Comments Related Posts OCCHIO e Collagene : un organo ove il collagene si specializza #Bernardisintegratori #Solugel5000B How to reduce myopia and improve your eye sight naturally – the natural method HUMAN EYES About Author admin 11 Comments Jason Bolenbaker February 6, 2020 Thanks for making this one. Reply Mindaugas Jocionis February 6, 2020 We do this 5 times a day. You know, poor people in poor country, or just greedy. Reply hon pan kwok February 6, 2020 Thx for doing this video！ learnt so much on resizing lenses》😁😁Totally agree documentation is super important as some people tends to ‘forget’ what they agree with and argue how disappointed they with the ‘emergency’ glasses and ask for a compensation😒😒😒 Reply Genc Dilaveri February 6, 2020 When i started to take practices on becoming an optician (before getting my license ofc), my mentor said to me:” before going into the machine, you have to learn how we did it in the olden days” 🙂 im still grateful to have learned how to shape and resize lenses.. Reply Gord Birch III February 6, 2020 I've only had to do this a few times… Definitely sweated me. Got it done all times though, happy patient each time. Glad to see you're back making videos, this is definitely my favourite channel (and yes, that's the Canadian spelling of "favourite"). Happy Thursday John! Reply SHEX5A4Battle Jerry February 7, 2020 Great video and informations …..thanks Reply Omar Optics February 8, 2020 Great work Reply pacmanfl February 9, 2020 As a consumer, how does one find an optician who dispenses your lenses? Reply Kevin Count February 13, 2020 As always great information. Thank you John great video! Reply Islam Tagiyev February 15, 2020 Great Information. I have seen fluid tank on handstones and it is interesting to me what liquid it is. Is it some kind of chemical used for cooling? Reply Andrew Lima March 5, 2020 Would you charge a recut fee in addition to frame or just charge for frame only? Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.