Metal is the most widely used material to make eyeglass frames. Many people opt for metal frames because they are attractive and for their malleability and resistance to corrosion.
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Titanium frames are very popular because they are lightweight, durable, strong, and corrosion-resistant. Titanium frames can be made in a selection of different looks, from modern to classic. They are also hypoallergenic, and they retain their shape better than other metals. They bend according to force but retain their shape due to the resistance the alloy provides.
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TR90 is referred to as plastic titanium, a memory polymer material frame. TR frame is lightweight and impact-resistant and high temperatures. It is colorful and has no release of chemical residues. However, it is a little less durable than metal and may fade, burn, and lose strength over time.
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Acetate is a nylon-based plastic, which means it’s very strong in addition to being lightweight. Acetate comes in many different colors, with a high, rich luster, and is produced in high-quality, sandwiched sheets. The frame is stamped from these sheets and requires handcrafting to attain its final shape and appearance. The acetate frame is hard, and glossy, and strengthens steel skin combined with a solid performance, appearance, and style. It is not easily deformed in color and is very durable.
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