Micro springs part of the lineup of offerings at Newcomb SpringJune 25, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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No job is too small for Newcomb Spring. Literally. The Mississauga, Ont.-based spring manufacturer’s capabilities include the production of micro springs in a variety of shapes, lengths and materials.
“We maintain the strictest compliance to order specifications for all micro spring parts, producing precise components for even the most critical applications,” the company explains.
With its extremely strict compliance to specifications, Newcomb’s micro springs and micro-sized components are used by a variety of industries and in specialized functions, including medical applications.
Newcomb Spring manufactures micro compression spring, extension spring and torsion spring components, custom produced to meet the customer’s unique specifications and needs. While round, square, rectangular and special section wire are the most common micro spring material shapes and sizes used, the company can provide completely customized production on all micro spring parts.
“With state-of-the-art equipment and advanced quality control technologies, we are able to manufacture micro springs with highly-repeatable results, meeting customer tolerance requirements while maintaining manufacturing efficiency,” the company says. “This allows Newcomb Spring to deliver the highest quality micro spring parts at low prices.”
The company also has the capability to perform a wide variety of secondary operations and advanced capabilities, which are often used in micro spring manufacturing, including advanced quality controls, part engraving, finishing and assembly, specialty packaging and more.
Newcomb Spring has offered great prices, high quality and total customer satisfaction for more than a century. In addition to micro springs, the company manufactures compression, extension, magazine and torsion springs, as well as wire forms, stampings and flat springs.
Contact Newcomb Spring to learn more, or to request a micro compression spring, extension spring or torsion spring quote.