Are you the type of person who wonders how products get manufactured? If you are, you’ve probably wondered how manufacturers can produce millions of contacts that are so specific and accurate in their optical qualities.
We wrote an in-depth guide on how soft as well as hard contact lenses are manufactured, including the materials that are used to produce specific lenses. Click the link below to read the full article on the primary AC Lens webpage.
Contact lenses have made life easier for millions of people worldwide ever since they’ve been able to be mass produced for public use. With such a widespread adoption of contact lenses, many wonder how manufacturers are able to make such a large quantity of precision contact lenses in such an efficient manner.
It’s important to remember that there are two primary varieties of contact lenses. The most popular variety of contact lens is the soft contact lens, traditionally made in disposable varieties. The other type of lens is the RGP, or Rigid Gas Permeable lens, which uses a harder material for long-term use.
We’re definitely fortunate to be living in a society where such precise devices such as contacts can be mass produced for public use. Hopefully science and technology will grant even greater advances in lens technology in the coming years!