HomeArticlesVertical and Horizonal Decentration – Working with OC Heights Vertical and Horizonal Decentration – Working with OC Heights By Joseph Donaldson January 5, 2020 Articles, Blog 6 Comments Tags:blocking, decentration, edger, finishing, laramy-k, lens, lenses, oc height, optical, optician, optician training, opticianworks, pd Related Posts Single and double angle plots interpretation for Astigmatism Analysis How to Know If Your Bird Is Sick | Pet Bird Ch 09 sec 9-6 9-7 About Author admin 6 Comments Tieback Comics June 28, 2018 It's so helpful to see this concept explained on the white board, and then be shown how this information is used at the lab. The place I work doesn't do any "lab" work, so it's nice to see what's going on behind the curtains. Thank you! Reply ADENIGBA RAPHAEL ADEBAYO July 19, 2018 Hi John… nice video.I want to know if it’s always important to work with oc height on single vision lenses or just the horizontal decentration will do. Thanks. Reply Andrew Lima October 16, 2018 Yes! Love the beep at the end. Hilarious Reply Snake Plissken December 6, 2018 The dog was trying to explain too John. Reply Juan Isaza February 1, 2019 laught, i know the feeling i have a dog too. great video. Reply Joe Smith December 30, 2019 Not to be a pill or anything, but is there such a thing as a monocular OC? Just curious. Your instruction style and presentation is the best, btw, sir. Also, I don't see a B number on my frames. How would I get that? Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.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.