A flat spring can be as simple or complex as your design requires. In simple terms, a flat spring is a stamped metal strip that compresses when a load is applied, and then releases once the load is removed. However when it comes to the design, prototype and manufacture of your custom flat spring, you may require assistance. In practice, the perfect flat spring for your custom project will likely be anything but simple. The good news is that Titan Spring is here to help.
Flat Springs For Your Custom Project
When you look at a flat spring, what you see is a flat metal strip that compresses when a load is applied. What you don't see is all of the engineering that goes into the design and manufacture of a flat spring. If you have a project in mind, it may prove to be a bit more of a challenge than you initial expected. Titan Spring is delighted to lend a hand, from design to prototype - all the way to production.
Titan Spring Supports Most Major Markets...
Titan Spring specializes manufacturing spring and wire form components for the aerospace and aircraft industry. Just a few of the markets we serve include the military, civilian aircraft, automotive, industrial and agricultural industries.
Other Spring Types
Flat springs are small, stamped metal strips that compress when a load is applied, and release when the load is removed. Most flat spring manufacturers simply match up the specification you've provided to an existing spring in inventory. Titan Spring is different; we create the right design to meet your needs. Have a project in mind? Call us, we'll work with you from design to prototype - all the way to production.
Torsion springs are circular springs that exert rotary force, just like the spring in a clothes pin. Unlike other spring companies that rely on long supply chains and extensive inventories, Titan Spring custom manufacturers torsion springs and wire forms to the custom needs of our clients. There are no torsion spring suppliers who can beat Titan Spring's design process, spring design knowledge, pricing, or quality control.
Extension Springs moves in the opposite direction of a Compression Spring; when the looped ends are pulled apart, an extension spring pulls them back together. Do you need a custom extension spring? Customers come to Titan Spring because we work with you to solve problems; we don't just sell springs. Titan spring can provide you with custom engineering during the design and prototyping phase of your project, and complete support on into full production.