Torsion Springs, Double Torsion Springs, Wire forms, Battery Contacts & Custom Wire Formed Components
Precision wire components utilized in medical electronics for advanced circuit designs, pharmaceutical auto-injectors, respiratory inhaler springs, catheter/lumen support wire forms, electrosurgical/laparoscopic wireforms and complex torsion spring components
The ability to produce complex wireforms that can meet today’s demanding medical/pharmaceutical applications requires an investment in the latest technology. That is exactly how Economy Spring & Stamping has approached these manufacturing challenges on a global scale. We know that many manufacturers do not have advanced wire forming technology to help develop unique capabilities and support broad commercialization efforts.
But why does that matter? We know by experience, that the design practice of great device companies clearly promotes very high levels of collaboration activity that helps ingenuity perpetuate and yield world class products. While it is inherent in our process, we continue to push the envelope daily of what is possible with the ability to design and fabricate challenging wire formed shapes that are made in a repeatable, precision fashion.
For example, we can create an improved battery contact for tight spaces by engineering a unique circuit path where space constraints limit design options. Wireforms are easier to fit in tight spaces and can be more cost-effective than a flexible circuit. We can create long wire support structures to prevent kinking or collapsing of delicate catheters, or multiport shaped lumens or shaped wire forms that act as electrosurgical cutter in a laparoscopic device. Those are just a few examples of how our technology can help create unique device design options.
- .005” to .162” diameter wire capability
- Fine constant force springs up to .200” wide
- Round and shaped wire geometries
- Complex shaped metal forms can be made with stamped/cut features from flat stock material
- Torsion springs, double torsion springs, extension springs, wireforms
- More than 70 CNC multi-axis forming machines (5-, 7- and 12-axis) with integrated operating systems with feedback
- Utilization of ground fault and laser sensors for shank positioning
Economy Spring & Stamping