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Century Spring Corp.

Disc springs are used singly, or in stacks, to achieve a desired load and travel. The advantage of a disc spring is that it generates high force in a very short spring length and with minimal movement when compressed. Read more...

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Century Spring Corp.

A disc spring (sometimes called a "Belleville washer" after the inventor) consists primarily of a convex disc supported at the outer periphery by one force and an opposing force on the center of the disc. Disc springs are used singly, or in stacks, to achieve a desired load and travel. The advantage of a disc spring Read more...

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Rotor Clip Company, Inc.

Used for low force applications with large deflections: More turns equals less force. Utilizes nearly half the space as helical compression springs while producing the same force. Read more...

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Smalley

Smalley introduces a New series of Metric Crest-to-Crest® wave springs. Crest-to-Crest springs enable OEM's to reduce the size of their assembly by up to 50% while maintaining the same force & deflection as a regular coil springs. Smalley offers over 4000 standard wave springs in 17-7 stainless steel or carbon steel. Metric Crest-to Crest springs are available from 6 to 60 mm di... Read more...

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Smalley

Smalley manufactures custom springs to meet specific application requirements. Smalley's manufacturing process allows for special designs to be produced with No-Tooling-Charges™. Specials are available from .200" to 120" diameters; carbon steel, stainless steel and exotic alloys are readily available for production. Read more...

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