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The topics on this page present a wide variety of products in the field of technical springs. In addition to the many different shapes and designs of these technical components, you will also find further topics about production and production, individual solutions as well as requirements, tasks and areas of application of technical springs. It's all in the mix. Be inspired by the wide range of topics.

Springs in mechanical engineering

Technical springs for mechanical engineering
Technical springs can be found in almost every machine construction. Whether as connecting and storage elements or as a component element for measuring, resting and safety elements. With their different functions, the all-rounders can be used in a variety of ways.

Springs for robotic systems

Springs make robot movements possible
Robotics is playing an increasingly important role in industrial manufacturing. But what do technical springs have to do with robot systems? We report...

Stamped parts

Manufacture of stamped and bent parts on a Bihler machine
Stamping and bending technology is a non-cutting manufacturing process for the manufacture of complex components. With this production method, further forming process steps follow after a stamping process. This is how high-precision stamped and bent parts with special bending geometries are created in an efficient production chain.

Production of flat springs

Production of flat springs from sheet metal
Flat springs are used in many branches of industry. Whether in the aerospace industry, in machine and vehicle construction or in electrical engineering, technical springs are among the most important design elements. Due to the large number of possible applications, well-founded know-how and first-class quality are required for the production of flat springs.

Production of shaped springs: a multilayered process

Form spring manufacturing, the manufacturing process
In order to produce technical springs in their almost unmanageable variety of applications in a purpose-optimized and always state-of-the-art manner, you have to be very familiar with the procurement of optimal materials and components as well as with all production processes.