Machined Spring can be made of 7075-T6 aluminum and Delrin.

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Compression/extension machined spring provides opportunities to incorporate attachments. Compression spring ends can be flat and square. Slot is of constant width from end to end to ensure no progressive touching of adjacent coils that would produce sound, debris or non-linearity. Materials used in machined springs manufacture include maraging materials such as 17-4PH CRES, 15-5PH CRES, Carpenter Custom 455 and Vascomax C300.



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"Machined" Spring Incorporates Several Functions


SANTA MARIA, CA., November 27, 2001---This compression/extension "machined" spring from Helical Products Company, Inc. incorporates multiple features into a single component.

The opportunity to incorporate attachments that best benefit the application is one of the major benefits of a machined spring, i.e., the ends of a compression spring can be flat and square. Also, the slot is of constant width from end to end, thus there is no progressive touching of adjacent coils that would produce sound. debris or non-linearity.

Materials generally used in machined springs manufacture include maraging materials such as 17-4PH CRES, 15-5PH CRES, Carpenter Custom 455 and Vascomax C300. Springs from 7075-T6 aluminum and Delrin are also common.

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