The different functions of different parts of the eyeglass frame
Time:2018-12-25 17:42:31

How to choose and practice glasses is a knowledge, but many nearsighted friends cannot pay attention to this point. They usually like to "follow the trend", such as choosing resin lenses, wearing metal or plate frames. These are widely worn, and wearing them naturally will not cause any problems. Some friends even do not have a complete understanding of the structure of glasses.

Although there may be times when choosing according to the crowd and not causing significant harm to the wearer, by contrast, if one can better understand various principles and structures, they will have more initiative in choosing in their own hands.

Let's take a look at the components of an eyeglass frame and what their effects are in the glasses:

At the top of the list, the mirror circle area and the lens frame are originally the orientation of the device lens, so its primary effect is to fix the lens. A good mirror circle must have the characteristic that the lenses on the device will not move randomly, and the mirror circle also has a major impact on the overall appearance of the mirror frame.

Secondly, the bridge of the nose is used to connect the crossbeam that arranges two mirror rings, and some bridge of the nose can directly fix and connect the lenses. The primary effect of a nasal bridge is to support the wearer's nose. Some nasal bridges can be placed directly closed, while others require support through stipules to support the nose.

Thirdly, the site of the nasal support includes the components of the support stem, support box, and support leaf. During this time, the stipules are directly touched by the nose, providing support and fixing for the frame.

Fourthly, the nose support bracket is used to connect the nose support with the mirror frame.

Fifth, the pile head is located at the junction between the mirror ring and the mirror corner, usually in a curved shape.

Sixth, the mirror foot, also known as the mirror leg, is the part used to hook the ear, which can be folded and movable, and needs to be connected to the pile head, together playing the role of fixing the mirror ring.

Seventh, the hinge, which can be seen as a small component, is the joint connecting the pile head and the mirror leg.

These are the various parts required to form a complete mirror frame, some of which are well-known to us and some are not easily noticeable due to contrast and shading. However, when choosing glasses, do not ignore them. The reliability of the glasses' structure is all determined by these seemingly inconspicuous and unattractive components.