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What are Wire form springs?
Wire form springs are wires taken from a spooled coil or blank length and bent into specific shapes to perform distinct jobs. They’re produced by feeding the wire material into a machine, where it’s bent around custom-built tooling. The finished product is highly flexible, enabling it to be modified into various configurations. Since wire forms can be manufactured from many materials and angled, coiled, or bent in many directions, they’re perfect for any application needing a bespoke spring solution.
Trusted custom Wire form springs manufacturer
With years of experience developing quality spring products for demanding applications, We can deliver cantilever springs tailored to your requirements. We’re an ISO 9001:2015-certified facility with a comprehensive range of in-house design, engineering, and fabrication capabilities. The ability to produce custom wire form springs that meet your performance requirements is what sets us apart.
Here’s what we are doing and what we can offer to save your time and money. :
▶ Spring Design
▶ Heat Treating
▶ Orbital Welding
▶ Tube Bending
▶ Coating And Plating
▶ Non-Destructive Examination, or NDE
Specifications Of Our Wire form Springs
With advanced CNC machining and wire bending equipment under one roof, we’re happy to take your wire form spring project from concept to realization quickly and affordably. Whether you need prototypes for validation and testing or full-scale production to deliver products to market, our team has you covered.
Wire Size: 0.1mm upwards.
Material: spring steel, stainless steel, music wire, silicon-chrome, high carbon, beryllium-copper, Inconel, Monel, Sandvik, galvanized wire, mild steel, Tin-plated wire, Oil-Tempered Spring Wire, phosphor bronze, brass, Titanium.
Ends: there is a wide variety of end types that can be put on a wire form spring including machine loops, extended loops, double loops, tapers, threaded inserts, hooks or eyes at various positions and extended hooks.
Finishes: Various coatings include but not limited to Zinc, Nickle, Tin, Silver, Gold, Copper, Oxidization, Polish, Epoxy, Powder coating, dyeing and painting, Shot peening, plastic coating
Quantities: we can produce large quantities efficiently using modern computer-aided machines also we have the facility to make small quantities of prototypes and samples to specifications.
Shapes: there is a limitless variety of wire forms from simple shapes such as hooks to complex three-dimensional form
Common uses of Wire form springs
Wire forms have many uses in the automotive sector, computers and headsets. A wire form can be as simple as a straight wire with a simple bend, to a complex shape with multiple bends for any application.
Common uses for these springs include:
▶ Oil & Gas
▶ Solar & Wind