Smalley

The question you are asking should not be how many miles did I ride or how many steps did I take, but “how did someone make a wave spring that small?” As engineers around the world design smaller and smaller assemblies, the question becomes, where can I find the compact components to support my designs? Smalley has the answer with our newly expanded Crest-to-Crest Wave Spring... Read more...

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Century Spring Corp.,a MW Industries Company

Drawbar springs are excellent for use in potential overload situations and offer a built-in safety feature that, upon fracturing, will continue to carry a static load. In a drawbar spring, the load is applied at the ends of long steel loops which pass through the spring's center and are hooked around the opposite end, thus compressing the spring upon loading. A common application... Read more...

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Economy Spring, a MW Industries Company

It is not unusual for top-notch engineering teams to complete the research and development (R&D) phase for their new products, but then find they cannot make the leap into product development (PD). That might be due to staffing, expertise or even time constraints. In such cases, partnering with an expert in design for manufacturability (DFM) can help get those brilliant product ideas... Read more...

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Economy Spring, a MW Industries Company

Streamlined Auto-Injector Designs Can Do Double Duty

One of the best ways of streamlining any manufacturer's costs is to standardize designs. That is particularly true in the pharmaceutical industry, and, in particular, where it concerns auto-injectors. The manufacturer of tomorrow will reflect material improvements Read more...

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Bansbach Easylift® of North America, Inc.

Lockable gas springs can be locked anywhere along the complete stroke. By pushing the release pin the piston valve opens and allows gas or oil to flow through the piston. As a result, the piston rod extends or can be pushed in. When the release pin is no longer being pushed, the valve closes independently and the piston rod is locked in the desired position. Read more...

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Bansbach Easylift® of North America, Inc.

  • Very Short Delivery Times
  • Black CeramPro® Coated Piston Rod (QS8-40)
  • Bushing with Integrated Grease Chamber (QS10-70)
  • Individual Filling of the Extension Force by Valve (QS12-70)
  • Large Range of Connecting Parts
  • No Sacrifice of Quality or Flexibility
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Bansbach Easylift® of North America, Inc.

The biggest Bansbach gas spring is most interesting when a large amount of force has to be moved or the stroke has to be extra large. Read more...

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