Glasses Frames —— Titanium Series

May 10, 2024

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Glasses Frames —— Titanium Series

Today we are going to talk about titanium frames,let's go!

Eyewear is not only a tool for correcting vision, but also a fashion accessory, which can be the perfect combination of comfort and fashion. Titanium glass frames, with their unique material properties of lightness and comfort, corrosion and wear resistance, good toughness, and non-allergenicity, become a popular choice for wearers seeking both comfort and style. 

However, there are also different types of titanium optical frames on the market and there are certain differences among them. The most common titanium materials used in eyewear frames are pure titanium, half-titanium, beta-titanium, and memory titanium, each of which has its own characteristics. Do you know how to distinguish between different types of titanium frames and choose the one that suits you best? Let’s take a look at some of the features and benefits of each titanium frame.

1. Pure Titanium:

Pure titanium optical frames are crafted from titanium with a high purity, without any additional alloying elements. They are renowned for their lightweight properties, offering unparalleled comfort for extended wear. Additionally, they exhibit exceptional corrosion resistance, making them ideal for prolonged wear. Although pure titanium optical frames tend to be more expensive due to the use of the high purity of the material, their quality and durability justify the investment.

2. Half- Titanium:

Half titanium optical frames are made from a titanium alloy, typically referring to eyewear frames that combine titanium alloy with other materials, like metal and acetate. This kind of titanium eyewear frame has good strength and corrosion resistance, while also possessing some flexibility. Also, half-titanium optical frames offer more variety in design, as they can incorporate different materials to create various styles and shapes.

3. Memory Titanium:

Memory titanium optical frames are a special type of titanium alloy glass frames characterized by their shape memory properties. When subjected to external forces causing deformation, memory titanium optical frames have the ability to return to their original shape, thus resisting permanent bending or warping. This exceptional flexibility and resilience make them suitable for intricate frame designs. 

4. Beta-Titanium:

Beta-titanium optical frames are composed of a titanium alloy, typically incorporating titanium with other metals such as nickel, chromium, or copper. The “Beta” refers to a crystalline structure of the titanium alloy. While slightly heavier than pure titanium optical frames, they are still significantly lighter than other metals. Moreover, they are prized for their superior strength and durability, making them suitable for individuals with a heavy activity level.

In summary, these titanium materials differ in terms of eyewear frame design and comfort. People can choose the right optical frames on the basis of their personal preferences, needs, and habits in combination with the characteristics of these materials.

That’s it for today’s explanation, see you next time


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