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Wire Bend Parts

Wire bending parts are produced out of steel wire, stainless steel wire, spring steel wire or other materials. They are resilient or non-resilient, 2 or 3 dimensionally bend and partly very complex. Springs made of resilient materials perform not neccessarily in  one direction via tension or pressure but individually according to application and in general remain their shape as a whole.

We produce wire bending parts on CNC winding, winding and bending machines with up to 24 axes out of round wire from 0.4 mm to 3.2 mm diameter.

Any numbers from 0 series to mass production are produced at a good value for money ratio.

The wide range of feasible shapes and appliances offers a large choice of materials:

Materials for technical springs made of wire

  • DIN EN 1652 | material no: 2.0065, 2.0060
    • EU-standard:DIN EN 1652
    • DIN-standard:DIN EN 13601
    • title (old):Cu-ETP (E-Cu)
    • material no:2.0065, 2.0060
    • title:CW004A
    • use / remarks:Kupfer copper
  • EN 10270-1 DH | material no: 1.1211
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-1 DH
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-1
    • title (old):(Typ / Sorte D)
    • Standard:patented drawn spring steel wire diameter of 0.07 to 20.00 mm
    • material no:1.1211
    • title:High tensile strength (dynamic)
    • use / remarks:Tension and compression springs with high static and medium dynamic stress, as well as with torsion and form springs with high static and high dynamic stress
  • EN 10270-1 SH | material no: 1.1200
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-1 SH
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-1
    • title (old):(Typ / Sorte C)
    • Standard:patented drawn spring steel wire diameter from 2.00 to 20.00 mm
    • material no:1.1200
    • title:High tensile strength
    • use / remarks:Tension, torsion and form springs with high static and low dynamic stress
  • EN 10270-1 SL | material no: 1.0500
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-1 SL
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-1
    • title (old):(Typ / Sorte A) (type A)
    • Standard:patented drawn spring steel wire diameter from 1.00 to 10.00 mm
    • material no:1.0500
    • title:Low tensile strength
    • use / remarks:Tension, torsion and form springs with low static or rarely dynamic stress
  • EN 10270-1 SM | material no: 1.0600
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-1 SM
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-1
    • title (old):(Typ / Sorte B) / (type B)
    • Standard:patented drawn spring steel wire from 0.30 to 20.00 mm
    • material no:1.0600
    • title:Average tensile strength
    • use / remarks:Tension, torsion and form springs with medium static and low dynamic stress
  • EN 10270-2 FDC | material no: 1.1230
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-2 FDC
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-2 FD
    • Standard:Hardened spring steel wire unalloyed diameter from 0.50 to 10.00 mm
    • material no:1.1230
    • use / remarks:Static load
  • EN 10270-2 FDCrV | material no:
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-2 FDCrV
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-2 FDCrV
    • Standard:Hardened spring steel wire alloy diameter from 0.50 to 10.00 mm
    • use / remarks:static load
  • EN 10270-2 FDSiCr | material no:
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-2 FDSiCr
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-2 FDSiCr
    • Standard:Hardened spring steel wire alloy diameter from 0.50 to 10.00 mm
    • use / remarks:Static load
  • EN 10270-2 VDC | material no: 1.1250
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-2 VDC
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-2 VD
    • Standard:hardened valve spring wire unalloyed from 0.50 to 17.00 mm
    • material no:1.1250
    • use / remarks:high dynamic torsion load at room temperature
  • EN 10270-2 VDSiCr | material no:
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-2 VDSiCr
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17223-2 VDSiCr
    • Standard:hardened valve spring wire alloyed diameter from 0.50 to 17.00 mm
    • use / remarks:very high dynamic torsion load up to 100°C operating temperature
  • EN 10270-3-1.4301 | material no: 1.4301
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-3-1.4301
    • Standard:stainless spring steel wire
    • material no:1.4301
    • title:X5CrNi18-8
  • EN 10270-3-1.4310 | material no: 1.4310
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-3-1.4310
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17224 1.4310
    • Standard:stainless spring steel wire
    • material no:1.4310
    • title:X10CrNi18-8 (X12CrNi17-7)
  • EN 10270-3-1.4401 | material no: 1.4401
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-3-1.4401
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17224 1.4401
    • Standard:stainless spring steel wire
    • material no:1.4401
    • title:X5CrNiMo17-12-2
  • EN 10270-3-1.4568 | material no: 1.4568
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-3-1.4568
    • DIN-standard:DIN 17224 1.4568
    • Standard:stainless spring steel wire
    • material no:1.4568
    • title:X7CrNiAl17-7
  • EN 10270-3-1.4571 | material no: 1.4571
    • EU-standard:EN 10270-3-1.4571
    • Standard:stainless spring steel wire
    • material no:1.4571
    • title:X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2
  • EN 1652 / 1654 CuSn6 | material no: 2.1020.39
    • EU-standard:EN 1652 / 1654 CuSn6
    • DIN-standard:DIN EN 12166 2.1020.39
    • Standard:Welding wires made of copper wrought alloys
    • material no:2.1020.39
    • title:CuSn 6
    • use / remarks:Brass
  • EN 1652 / 1654 CuBe2 | material no: 2.1247.97
    • EU-standard:EN 1652 / 1654 CuBe2
    • DIN-standard:DIN EN 12166 2.1247.97
    • Standard:Welding wires made of copper wrought alloys
    • material no:2.1247.97
    • title:CuBe2 / EN CW101 C
    • use / remarks:Beryllium copper
  • EN 1652 / 1654 CuZn36 | material no: 2.0335.39
    • EU-standard:EN 1652 / 1654 CuZn36
    • DIN-standard:DIN EN 12166 2.0335.39
    • Standard:Welding wires made of copper wrought alloys
    • material no:2.0335.39
    • title:CuZn36
    • use / remarks:Tin bronze

Special materials for technical springs made of strip material

Divert springs, magazine springs, ground springs, tension springs, spring hooks, locking springs, spring clamps, locking hooks, swing tops, mounting springs or elements, pull rods, securring springs, splints, catch springs, wire bows, bar springs, 3D wire bend parts, mounting clamps, securring hooks…(the list is endless) are applied in numerous products of different branches.

The requirements of wire bend parts are in parts extensively and can be met by the choice of high-quality materials and/or further processing. The following procedures are available for further processing of wire bend parts:

The wide range of applications of tension springs means the use in numerous branches:

  • Automobile industry
  • Automobile supplier industry
  • Construction industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Electronic industry
  • Household appliance industry
  • IT
  • Plastic industry
  • Aviation
  • Furniture industry
  • Fittings
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Plant construction
  • Measurement technology / control technology
  • Environmental engineering
  • Textile industry