What are bendable glasses called?
Bendable frames, or memory metal frames, are metal frames that can be twisted, bent, and shattered without breaking or losing their original shape. It's made of a kind of smart metal that has a memory. Its microstructure has two relatively stable states. At high temperatures, the alloy can be changed into any shape you want. Memory metals are mainly nickel-titanium alloy and other materials. The structure of these alloys varies with temperature in the solid-state, the shapes of these alloys can be changed as needed, and will automatically return to their original shape at a given temperature. One unique aspect is its ability to return to its original shape, although the frame has been twisted, bent, or crushed. They are lighter and more durable than traditional metal frames. The bendable frames are made of composite metal alloys for bending properties. These lenses can be twisted and bent, and when they are released, they return to their original shape.
How long do plastic frames last?
Plastic frames are made of non-biodegradable materials and are possible to last forever. If the frame is made of acetate, the layers of acetate fibers make the frame vary in degrees of transparency and pattern. The plastic frame manufacturing process makes the plastic frame more brittle than the acetate frame. In this sense, the acetate frame has a longer service life. Then the plastic, which is made of SAP, will never break down. Depending on the circumstances, it could take years. If the lenses are polycarbonate, the material takes hundreds of years to break down naturally. If TR-90 is normally stored, not exposed to the sun, and put in the box with cloth wrapped, and then you can keep 3 years, there is no effect.
Why do glasses with the same prescription feel different?
The old glasses 'remodeled' your eyes. Sometimes, all data on optometry and processing are accurate, and the spectacles equipped are in full compliance with the prescription for optometry, or the power of new spectacles is exactly the same as that of the old spectacles, but you will still be dizzy when wearing the new spectacles. This is because the old glasses 'remodeled' their eyes during long-term wear. For example, the old glasses used by some people have been severely deformed. The temples are no longer in the same plane, and the optical center area of the lens will deviate from the interpupillary distance measured by the glasses at that time. However, the wearer does not mention this situation, and the eyes gradually adapt to this kind of deviation. After putting on a new pair of glasses, you will not adapt to them.
Why do spectacle lenses fog up?
The fog on the surface of the lens is essentially related to the saturation pressure and water vapor liquefaction. The air is full of water molecules, which are constantly doing irregular movements. When there is no temperature difference, water molecules keep hitting the surface of the lens and will keep bouncing off. The lower the temperature, the slower the speed of movement. Therefore, when water molecules hit the cold lens from the hot air, on the one hand, they move too slowly to fly out in time. On the other hand, because of the relatively low temperature of the lens itself and its vicinity, the water vapor will liquefy. As a result, more and more water will accumulate on the lens and form small droplets, eventually forming a foggy layer. As the lens heats up, the mist evaporates back into the air, and the fog disappears.
Features of pure titanium glasses frame
Due to the lightweight (ordinary nickel-based alloy frame weight 48%-60%), high strength, corrosion resistance, surface easy coloring, beautiful and durable features of spectacle frame made of pure titanium, they have been loved by most consumers. But the elastic modulus of pure titanium is higher (about 120GPa). The temples of the frames made from them are not elastic enough. After wearing the glasses for a period of time, the temples of the glasses need to be adjusted due to the relaxation of the stress. The processing plasticity of titanium metal is worse than that of other metal materials, so the processing technology of its wire is difficult. The surface quality is difficult to control, and the technical content is high. The surface quality of pure titanium wire produced by a few domestic manufacturers is poor.
HINDAR blue light blocking glasses
With advanced equipment, system production, and strict management, they adopt German technology and PARUPU lens geometric structure owned by HINDAR OPTICE LAB, which can effectively block various kinds of blue light, ultraviolet light, and other different wavelengths, to protect the health of eyes. Since its inception, Hindar has enjoyed a lot of popularity, and while it has achieved some good results, it has not slowed down and is still striving to become the top brand in the industry.
What progressive spectacle lenses are best?
Essilor is a brand, and it designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of lens products to help people correct and protect their vision. Essilor adheres to the corporate mission of 'improving vision, improving life', invests 200 million euros in research and development every year, and constantly launches new products to enhance consumers' experience in wearing glasses. Continuous innovation has always been the core gene of Essilor. In 1959, Essilor created the resin lens, and in the same year, it invented the world's first progressive lens. Innovation involves technology, manufacturing, sales, and service. Based on innovation, they can make as many people as possible obtain visual health, and this is the driving force to promote their development.