What are the materials used to make sunglasses and glasses for Maconini?
What are the materials used to make sunglasses and glasses for Maconini?
07.24.2021 | Maconini exchange | Me Blog
cellulose acetate 
Acetate is also called cellulose acetate or zylonite and is made of wood pulp and cotton. It is one of the first synthetic fibres, developed in 1865 by the scientist Paul Schützenberge. In 1940, after years of research, cellulose acetate was introduced as a lens material.
This new innovative material has a reputation for its durability and striking colours. It is also known for its ability to easily adjust to create a custom fit. Opticians and eyewear manufacturers prefer it to the plastic they find difficult to work with. This is due to brittleness and other issues.There are many reasons for the particularity of acetate frames-one of them is that their colours and patterns are completely embedded in the entire frame. The manufacturing process means that the desired appearance can be achieved without the use of paint.
By layering the acetate to combine many layers, various opacity and patterns can be achieved for depth and richness. These aesthetics make them a more ideal choice than ordinary plastic frames.
Although transparent spectacle frames have been around for many years, they have only recently become popular. Not only is it a cool alternative to rimless frames, but you can proudly share its environmental and renewable energy roots. Maconini is hand-made from the first-class acetate, with an exciting translucent finish. They are colourless or slightly coloured and are almost invisible from a distance. Although many of us are accustomed to choosing bold frames with darker colours, this translucency trend should not be missed. Transparent frame glasses are suitable for almost any skin tone and attire. The ultimate and timeless work.