Trigger spring

Hooks are located at both ends of the coil and used in the tensile direction. Various sizes and hook shapes can be processed, mainly for linear φ0.16 to 3.0 mm, material stainless steel and piano wire.

Torsion spring

This is a spring that uses bending elastic energy by twisting from the center of the coil as its starting point. Linear 0.2 to 3.0 mm in diameter and made of stainless steel, piano wire, or beryllium copper wire, etc. can be processed into various shapes.

Stress spring

These springs utilize torsional elastic energy generated by compression. Various shapes such as cylindrical, barrel, drum, and oval shapes can be processed, mainly using stainless steel and piano wire. Packing for ease of assembly in the post-process and to prevent entanglement is also available.

Odd-shaped springs

Using materials for springs, we can process products of various shapes and sizes using forming machines and NC coiling machines. Currently, linear Φ2.5 springs are in large flow. Typical products include clips, retainers, clamps, and torsion bars.
The product shown on this page is used in automobile seats as a lock bar, which requires complex and severe bending. We process these products all over the world and they are one of our main products.

Double torsion spring

It is capable of simultaneously processing two types of torsion springs of the same or different shapes, and has been highly evaluated. The products shown here have a linear diameter of 1.4 to 1.6 mm and are used when the same elastic energy is required on the left and right sides, or when one spring is damaged and the other is used to back it up for increased safety.

We accept orders from design consultation and prototyping of Precision wire spring products.

  • I want to make a part using Precision wire spring products.
  • We do not know the optimum material or shape for our product specifications.
  • I have lost my original drawings.

In order to solve such problems of our customers, we will propose the optimum design based on the feasibility and cost of machining, working backward from the customer's objectives and constraints.

  • We will make the best proposal from the design stage, considering the application, material, budget, and delivery date.
    Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have!