Eyeglasses Part: The intriguing details of the frame
Eyeglasses part have never been anyone’s attention to. But most brands and high end designer glasses plays it well with its parts. This is what makes them special. With intricate designs and patterns engrave on this parts it accentuates and uplift the look of this simple accessory. But how many of us do know eyeglasses for real.
Understanding eyeglasses part
Well, many may be aware of it and others may be completely heedless. So, let’s take a look as what each part stands for.
Rim: This is the part of the frame that hem in the lenses and supports it.
Butt-strap: It is the portion of the temple where the screws are attached so the temple can be folded behind the frames.
Pad arm: It connects the nose pad and the rim.
Pad plate: It is attached to the flat end of the Pad arm.
Nose pad: A small plastic or silicon piece that holds the rim over the nose.
Bend: It is the part of the temple that rest on the ear. It is usually bend inwardly.
Earpiece: The curve rigid rounded tip of the end of the temple which lies behind the ear.
End piece: The portion where the side of the rim connects to the temple of the frame.
Bar: The part connecting the two rims that lies on the line of the eyebrows. This eyeglasses part are component of only a few double bridge style.
Glass lens: The transparent material that fits into the frame. It provides optical correction. The lenses are usually glass, plastic or any other material like poly carbonate. The shape of the lens will depend upon the shape of the frame.
Temple: The pivot stem that connects to the side of the rim. It bends towards the back of the ear holding the lenses together in front of the eyes.
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