Compression Spring Grinding
Compression spring ends often are ground to increase operational
life and to allow the spring to sit squarely on the load-bearing
surface. Grinding of compression springs also increases the number
of active coils and the wire diameter available in a given volume
of space, which can result in higher loads or lower stresses. As a
modern compression springs manufacturer, our facilities operate
with a wide variety of equipment - from hand-operated grinding
tools to automatic, high-speed vertical spindle disc grinders.
Design of Compression Springs
Many issues related to the design of compression springs should be
considered, as these relate directly to the spring's performance.
Compression spring manufacturing tolerance requirements,squareness of ends, deflectionand theslenderness ratiooften are overlooked in the design process. Newcomb's sales and
engineering staff will gladly review your compression spring
specifications. We can offerdesign assistanceand recommend the best options to control costs and make sure the
spring functions to fit your needs.