- hinge for wood sunglasses
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- assorted hinges kit
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- eyeglass spring hinge replacement
- hinge for stainless steel eyeglass
- single hinge for repairing
- soldering hinge for metal frame
- hinges for metal plastic frame
- hinge for aluminum eyeglass
- double spring hinges
- 5 barrel hinges
- temples arms
- wire cores
- pad arms
- springs insert
- nose pads
- temple tip
- pins rivets
- nuts and caps
- polarized lenses
- All Eyeglass Parts
- parts for rimless frame
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- ear hooks and ropes
wire cores without hinges:
Where are the wire cores used ?
They are usually used in acetate temples, plastic arms of eyeglass frame, to make these plastic temples stronger and enable it to be bent to certain shape.
What material are they usually ?
They are usually made of lead free nickel, normal nickel or stainless steel.
What size are they usually ?
usual length: 110mm to 150mm, 135mm and 140mm are most popular sizes;
usual width: from 2.0mm to 8.0mm, 3.5mm to 6.0mm are most popular sizes ;
2.5mm width, the slimest model here is TW-1108, 140mm ;
3.0mm width, TW-1202, 135mm length ;
4.4mm width, TW-55400 of 135mm length.
6.0mm width, TW-1754 of 135mm length.
How could they be inserted into acetate temples or arms?
Usually in china, we use one wire core inserting machine to insert them into temples after they are heated to soft situation. But in southern American countries, manufacturers put them in the mold directly and when temples are injected out, wire cores is there already.
Are there any related parts that wire cores will work together with ?