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10 Springs to 10 Milliion Springs, Catalog or Custom
10 Springs to 10 Milliion Springs, Catalog or Custom

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congratulations to our incredible Lee Spring UK Team for sharing why you should use Lee Spring
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Manufacturing is alive and well in America and our fourth highest employment sector!
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Before you start thinking about Thanksgiving, head on over to the North Kentucky Conv. Ctr. to #LeeSpring booth 227 at #Design2Part Covington KY. Meet Sales Manager #JohnSalvaggio and the team from #RettigEngineeredProducts. http://www.d2p.com/ky
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Lee Spring wants to help you understand how to count coils in #compressionsprings.  The total number of coils is counted from tip to tip. Springs with closed ends or with closed and ground ends have one inactive coil at each end. #Springs with open ends are considered to have virtually no inactive coil. #Springs with open ends ground are considered to have about one-half inactive coil at each end.The active coils are what make a spring a spring. The active term should really be applied to any portion of a spring that stores and releases energy. In the case of a compression spring, the active portion will expand as the spring is compressed. The opposite is typical of an extension spring. The action of a clutch spring tightening down on a shaft is typical of the diameter change as a torsion spring winds up.
When designing a spring and specifying its dimensions, it is critical that the number of coils is counted correctly, as this can have a huge effect on the strength of the spring. It is a straightforward process - simply start at one end of the spring, where the wire has been cut, then follow the wire round – every time you go through 360o that counts as a full coil (180o = ½ coil; 90o = ¼ coil etc.)
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#LeeSpring  responds in a big way to shrinking design parameters with #BantamMini   #CompressionSprings  in #Elgiloy. The #BantamMini  series combines high strength and corrosion resistance in #miniature  #springs.
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The frost is on the pumpkin and that means it's time for #Design2Part Marlboro. Need a spring now or for future projects? Come to Lee Spring Booth 243 for some Halloween treats and meet #Lee Spring Sales Manager #JohnSalvaggio and local sales reps Jim Lewis and Scott Lewis.
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#DesignWorld  had a great article on how to select Compression Spring and we were pleased to assist our valuable partner with this video http://bit.ly/15L6ofe
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Need a spring now or for future projects? If you are in the LA area, come to #Design2Part  Pasadena, Booth 232 and meet with Lee Spring's Marketing Manager Randy Marsters and local Salesman Skip Pipes.
http://bit.ly/15L3tTL
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You asked for more HEFTY Heavy Duty Dies Springs and we responded!
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Do you understand Wave Springs? Here are some general consideration for Wave Spring Design:
-If a spring is designed for static application, make sure that the % stress at working height is less than 100%. Spring will take a set if subjected to a higher stress.
- If a spring is designed for dynamic application, make sure that the % stress at working height is less than 80%. Spring will take a set if subjected to a higher stress.
A few things to remember:
- If the work height per turn is less than (2 * Wire Thickness), the spring will operate in a 'non-linear' range and actual loads may be higher than calculated
- Number of turns must be between 2 and 20
- Number of waves per turn (N) must be in ½ increments
- Min. Radial wall = (3 * Wire Thickness)
 - Max. Radial Wall = (10 * Wire Thickness)
It is NOT recommended to compress a wave spring to solid 
Visit this link to learn more about Wave Spring design
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