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I think the C2G stands for Cole Isolation Technique 2nd Generation. Possibly a robotic machine, which i know he was working on. Very fast and much less time consuming. My opinions.

» I think the C2G stands for Cole Isolation Technique 2nd Generation.
» Possibly a robotic machine, which i know he was working on. Very fast and
» much less time consuming. My opinions.

Any idea what part of the procedure he was trying to automate?

» » I think the C2G stands for Cole Isolation Technique 2nd Generation.
» » Possibly a robotic machine, which i know he was working on. Very fast
» and
» » much less time consuming. My opinions.
»
» Any idea what part of the procedure he was trying to automate?

I went to him the first time in 2005 and he told me he was working on a “robot”… I didn’t ask too many questions for whatever reason. I was there again recently and no one mentioned this new technology. I’m pretty sure he has created some device to extract the follicles MUCH faster.

» I went to him the first time in 2005 and he told me he was working on a
» “robot”… I didn’t ask too many questions for whatever reason. I was
» there again recently and no one mentioned this new technology. I’m pretty
» sure he has created some device to extract the follicles MUCH
» faster.

Well, at my consultation last weekend he said that the new technology is the result of something he has been working on perfecting since 2003, so you’re probably right that it is the “robot” he mentioned to you. If the mechanism speeds up extraction, that should mean the time consuming task of trimming the hair of each follicle that will be extracted (from an unshaved head) will not make a procedure overly long as it does now, which means the cost of an unshaved procedure can be dropped. So, it all makes sense. But, to make the cost drop all the way to match strip, that “robot” must be very quick indeed.

Although the idea of the procedure being quicker and less expensive is enormously appealing to me, it is also a little worrisome. But, I am also completely ignorant about how the mechanism works, so it is purely an emotional response to the idea. :slight_smile:

» » I went to him the first time in 2005 and he told me he was working on a
» » “robot”… I didn’t ask too many questions for whatever reason. I was
» » there again recently and no one mentioned this new technology. I’m
» pretty
» » sure he has created some device to extract the follicles MUCH
» » faster.
»
» Well, at my consultation last weekend he said that the new technology is
» the result of something he has been working on perfecting since 2003, so
» you’re probably right that it is the “robot” he mentioned to you. If the
» mechanism speeds up extraction, that should mean the time consuming task
» of trimming the hair of each follicle that will be extracted (from an
» unshaved head) will not make a procedure overly long as it does now, which
» means the cost of an unshaved procedure can be dropped. So, it all makes
» sense. But, to make the cost drop all the way to match strip, that “robot”
» must be very quick indeed.
»
» Although the idea of the procedure being quicker and less expensive is
» enormously appealing to me, it is also a little worrisome. But, I am also
» completely ignorant about how the mechanism works, so it is purely an
» emotional response to the idea. :slight_smile:

I understand your immediate response. I must say however the Dr. Cole would not use it if wasn’t an improvement over current technology.

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