Wire form parts no problem for the experts at Newcomb SpringJune 3, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Recent advances in CNC manufacturing technology have significantly lowered the cost of creating prototypes of complex wire form parts. Newcomb Spring is equipped with this technology, and its engineering staff has the expertise to assist customers with part design.
The company often produces wire form prototypes first to make sure components will fit spacial requirements. These modern prototypes often can be changed and reproduced in minutes, saving time, lowering costs and avoiding design errors.
To make sure a component's dimensions fall within predetermined tolerances, wire forms are often stress-relieved during production.
“This process improves the reliability of Newcomb Spring wire forms in your products, while streamlining the manufacturing process and lowering total production costs,” the company says.
The company produces the most common sizes and manufacturing specifications for wire forms, including .004 to .625 inches in wire diameter for round wire, as well as round, rectangular, square and special-section wire shapes. Typical materials include spring steel, high carbon steel, low carbon steel, nickel-plated carbon steel, stainless alloys, non-ferrous metals, Elgiloy, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel and Titanium. However, as with all Newcomb Spring parts, the company can custom manufacture wire forms to precisely meet each customer's tolerance specifications.
For more information of its wire form capabilities, contact Newcomb Spring, one of North America's leading metal form and spring manufacturers. The company has been manufacturing metal form parts and springs for more than a century, and is proud to remain a family run business. Its skilled staff custom manufacturers springs, stampings and wire forms for customers around the world.