In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics and calculation methods for solid height within a compression spring. Referring to the point at which all the coils in a compression spring are fully compressed and cannot deflect further downward, the solid … Read More
When it comes to various compression and coil springs, one of the primary purposes of these items is to resist force using compression. Weight is applied to coils, which compress at a given spring rate, and the force at play here is often a defining factor in the … Read More
In addition to our numerous high-quality spring manufacturing services, we at J & J Spring Enterprises are proud to offer quality wire forming services to all our clients. We create wire-formed components from a variety of wire types, materials and gauges, allowing us to create products in a … Read More
In many product areas, such as jewelry for instance, you may hear about a given material that’s “plated.” This term generally refers to finishes that are applied to a material to improve everything from its aesthetic qualities to its corrosion resistance.
At J & J Spring Enterprises, we’re … Read More
Within the world of spring manufacturing, particularly coil springs, one of the most misunderstood elements out there is counting coils. While totaling up coils is important for a few reasons within spring manufacturing and use formats, this simple process comes with more errors than you might think, … Read More
If you’ve purchased springs anytime in the past, chances are you’ve heard plenty about spring rate. This is a term that refers to the force a spring exerts as it stretches and compresses, and various springs come with a wide range of spring rates depending on your needs.… Read More