MUST by Grafix’s titanium frame, manufactured by top-notch technology of Germany
Top-notched technology from Germany
Where MUST by Grafix is manufactured, Germany has renowned long history of craftsmanship and technology. The optical industry was established in Rathenow, Germany over 200 years ago – often referred to as the “cradle of optical goods”. Nowadays, the major improvements have been achieved in both skilled craftsmanship as well as the utilization of the state-of-the-art technology.
MUST by Grafix has a very experienced production team with great skills. Coupled with Germany’s most advanced technology, MUST by Grafix produces the highest quality titanium eyewear in the industry.
Founded in 1999, MUST by Grafix continues a centuries-long tradition of glasses manufacturing in Germany, a perfect blend of traditional craftsmanship and innovative technology. Extended by the Germany automobile heavy industry to light-weight eyewear using superior laser cutting, resistance welding systems with hydraulic motions and other technology to achieve the highest quality ever for each pair of eyewear – in fit and style.
MUST by Grafix has chosen high-tech materials for all frames – with 0.8mm durable lightweight β- titanium metal. It weighs only about 9 grams, dedicated for intelligent executive who looks for convenience and comfort. The temple is assembled with quality synthetic plastic used on cars, with higher usage stability.
Unique rolling hinge design
Under the joint research and development of MUST by Grafix’s own studio and Applied Science department at the University of Potsdam, Germany, MUST by Grafix series employ screwless hinge design of watches and high-density fiber. Dr Hard, professor of School of Design, Applied Science of University of Potsdam came up with these innovative concepts. The latest technology, paired with synthetic materials used in automotive industry, facilitate the hydraulic motion of the movement of the hinge – withstanding 20,000 times of actions without wear and tear.
Laser cutting triple polish
The secret behind MUST by Grafix to maintain its high quality products is attributable to its large-scale production backup facilities. In addition to superior laser cutting, technologies like welding and resistance welding systems and hydraulic motions are just as important.
In order to further enhance its series, the production plant in Germany has invested over a million Euros of equipment to expand production capacity and improve the effectiveness of the laser.
MUST by Grafix uses laser cutting equipment with high precision and triple vibration-grinding procedures. Polishing is done with a large roller in the first 72 hours, followed by sanding in a medium roller for 48 hours. Finally, after 36 hours of polishing with grinding powder, the surface is well-polished and coloring post-treatment can be done with improved results.
Excellent color PVD coating
The most unique is the colour coating: rich PVD coating (vacuum anodized conductance) is used so that colour will be more durable and well-coated to the titanium surface. Hence creating unique styles and colour combinations with personal touch: lake blue, lime, pink, purple or even gradient blue.
Style mix and match
MUST by Grafix caters for different occasions, there are vast variety of colours for temples suitable for various color combinations – mix and match for different fashion outfits. There can be as many as hundreds of kinds of color combinations to match different face and personality. Three series: Brighta 6 – lightweight fiber, clear silhouette. Masta 9- MUST by Grafix’s flagship series is a all-titanium material, durable and high quality series for the executives with taste. SunSeeka- classic design, coupled with ultra-lightweight materials for easy travel and outdoor usage.
MUST by Grafix has up to 15 core colours, combinations is free and easy. Surely, it is an outlier in the market in terms of colour selections and design diversity. A special tool will even make adjustment of temples more convenient. Face-fitting will be a no-brainer. Personal character can easily be showcased with combinations of frame-shapes, innovative parts and colour combinations.