Flashcards in Lab #2 Deck (104)
What is the Frame Front?
The entire frame minus the temples
Plastic bridges are classified as:
- Modified Keyhole
Metal bridges are classified as:
- Form Fit
- Strap Bridge
Guard / Pad Arms are associated with
Guard Arms are classified as
- Domestic / Gooseneck
Foreign guard arms are limited to
The primary intent of the guard arms is to
Support nose pads
The nose pads should slightly
Pivot or rock on the joint between the guard arm and nose pad
Currently most frames requiring nose pads have which styles?
- Shuron Style
Designs of nose pads were originally identified as:
- AO (American Optical)
- B+L (Bausch and Lomb)
- Shuron Pads
Which nose pads are no longer made?
AO (American Optical)
Nose pads are made of
- Plastic Acetate
Which nose pad material is considered hypoallergenic?
What kind of nosepads do metal frames have?
What is the End Piece?
Area that connects frame front to the temples
What kind of End Piece do most plastic frames have?
The hidden hinge end-piece design
Where is the hinge in the hidden hinge end-piece design?
It is embedded into the frame front
End piece construction typically consists of which designs?
The Miter end piece has the front and the temple meeting at
A 45˚ angle
The Butt end piece has the front and the temple meeting at
A 90˚ angle
The Wrap Around end piece has
The front bending around and attached to the temple
With most metal frames, the end piece design can be
The part of the temple towards the end piece is called
There are many temple styles; the most common is
The Skull temple
What are other temple styles?
- Comfort Cable
- Riding Bow
- Straight Back
With complete zyl (plastic) frames the entire temple is made of
The same material as the frame front
Describe Plastic Temples:
A thin metal runs through the core of the entire temple.
For some of the older Optyl and propionates, the metal in the temple runs from
The temple butt to about 3/4 to 1 inch into the temple
The newer Optyl frames temples have
Metal running throughout the entire temples