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Knowledge of titanium material for spectacle frames

Knowledge of titanium material for spectacle frames
Issue Time:2019-05-14
Knowledge of Titanium material for spectacle frames

 In recent years, with the improvement of people's living standards, the domestic demand for titanium spectacle frames has expanded rapidly. There are also many titanium spectacle frames manufacturers in China.  Up to now, there are few factories that develop and produce titanium alloy wire for spectacle frames by themselves, and the production of beta titanium alloy wire for spectacle frames is just in the stage of development in China.

Differences among Pure Titanium, Beta Titanium and Titanium Alloys:

1.Pure titanium: refers to titanium metal materials with purity of more than 99%. It has high melting point, light material, strong corrosion resistance and firm electroplating layer. But in the eyeglasses industry, pure titanium frame often refers to the frame made of a titanium material.

2.beta titanium: refers to the titanium material which completes the beta particles by delayed cooling at the zero boundary of titanium. Therefore, beta titanium is not a titanium alloy, but a titanium material exists in another molecular state, which is not the same as the so-called titanium alloy.

It has better strength, fatigue resistance and environmental corrosion resistance than pure titanium and other titanium alloys. It has good shape plasticity. It can be made into wire and sheet. It is lighter and can be used to make glasses. It can obtain more shapes and styles. It is a new generation of glasses manufacturing materials. For customers who require high style and weight, they can choose glasses made of beta titanium. Because the processing technology of beta titanium is higher than pure titanium, only large factories and brands can produce them, and some of the prices are higher than pure titanium glasses.

3. Titanium alloys: This definition is very broad. In principle, all materials containing titanium can be called titanium alloys.




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