The upper axis is matched to the lower axis with high accuracy, and the same accurate lens surface can be obtained when machining with other axes (using the same conditions and jigs).
Also, since it does not depend on the polishing position adjustment with kanzashi, it is possible to ensure rigid polishing.
The front/rear movement is digitally controlled and a counter is mounted on the tilting axis to ensure high repeatability of setup changes.
This processing method uses kanzashi and holders, making it easy to set up conditions.
It is also possible to switch from cylinder pressurization to pressurization with weights.
In addition, together with the optional rotating kanzashi, the frictional resistance is reduced to support highly accurate lens surfaces.