Assembling A New Silhouette Rimless Titanium Frame.




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Metro Pcs Temple HEB: so anybody ever heard of hot bead marks on the back arm of the frame?

Joonhyung Choi: Hi, thanks for the nice video. Would you tell me the size of the bushing (diameter) at the temple?

Chhman Sukhna: what kind of bit is used to drill the holes on sunglasses lens?

Bradley Norych: How do you stop the arms from popping out of the socket?

白墩子: A little bit of experience in China can be done by the master

LU SLZR: This dude is my hero thanks!!

sergiupincv: I ordered mine in June 2016, one of the nose parts broke within a few weeks, it got replaced, a few months later the right temple piece broke, it got replaced, and now the left arm broke, warranty is expired. I take very good care of them, even use a bigger holder at night so the frame is not pressed or stressed in any way. I had much cheaper glasses that lasted way longer than these. I do not know what "titanium" is used on these frames but they are the absolute worst frames I ever had, I have been wearing glasses since I was 7 and I am now 30...

Collette Desmaris: My Silouette frames broke and I was hoping you'd give more info on removjing the plastic piece that is on back of lens that holds the screws onto the lens. But alas, you didn't show that

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art dd: silhouette 3 parts is worse frame i have titanium one every year i have to chenge one of the parts and they cherge me $40 it doesn't last long dont buy it and save money

GOPIKRISHNAN MP: nice

sogard29: Hi! I have an uncut pair of -3.25 diopter Zeiss Duravision Platinum lenses, 1.5 refractive index. Can they be mounted on a rimless frame, like Silhouette (taking in consideration that they are quite thick due to this diopter value)?
Is it risky to assemble this kind of frames on the lenses I’ve mentioned, as they say that while drilling the holes for the plugs, the lens can crack?

Luke, I'm your father!: Thank you very much

Atma Ram Neupane: God. I have come to be extremely jealous towards my brother’s best friend. He has been alone for life. Yet somehow he made a catalogue model to inform him she has fallen deeply in love with him in less than a month. Just how is that even thinkable? He told me he tried the Cupid Love System (Google it!) I wish someone gorgeous fell for me… I cannot remember at any time seeing him so cheerful. Sort of makes me frustrated.

visionsofcanada: Sometimes, but not always. Each lens shape has it's own drill chart. Sometimes the bridge is higher, sometimes lower, and other times it lines up with the temples.

visionsofcanada: They come to our from Silhouette, the manufacturer. If you want to replace the temples, the best thing to do is to bring it to an optical store that sells Silhouettes and pay them to replace it.

Jack Ramsey: How special is the tool for removing the plastic plugs? Have spare sets of temples, and plugs. Temple broken at spring bending point.

visionsofcanada: We have special tools that we use to remove the plastic plugs, which hold everything together.

Boyntonstu: How do you take it apart for a replacement temple, etc?

kamil: so the nose piece holes should be approximately 1mm higher than the temple holes is that right?
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