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‘Custom Springs Direct’ - a new service from Lee Spring

24 June 2011

Extensive custom design and production services for springs, wire forms, washers, stampings, four slide parts and assemblies are now available from Lee Spring. The streamlined process will meet the timescales of most projects. While Lee Spring has a reputation for providing the widest range of ‘off the shelf’ catalogue spring products, more customers are becoming aware of the in-depth spring custom design and manufacturing capability that the company can provide.

Lee Spring's new ‘Custom Springs Direct’ service has been designed to speed up delivery of bespoke products. Customers simply email a drawing of their design idea direct to the dedicated custom spring design email address: technical@ and the team will respond with a quote within 24 hours. Alternatively they can call direct on +44 (0)118 978 1800 and ask to speak to Darren Eyre. Other information, to make ordering and specifying easier, is available on the company website.

Lee Spring can design and manufacture a virtually unlimited variety of spring configurations and specifications, in a variety of materials.

Compression and Extension Wire Diameter Range: .005in - .500in
Torsion Wire Diameter Range: .005in - .187in
• Stainless Steel 17-7 and 316
• Phosphor Bronze
• Hastelloy
• Inconel 600, 718 and x750
• Beryllium Copper
• Elgiloy
and many others.

Fourslide parts:
• Wire Diameter: .005in - .187in
• Strip Width: .010in - .500in
• Strip Thickness: .003in - .125in

Wireforms and Stampings, as well as assemblies of these products.

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