Springs, flexures and diaphragms

Etched flexures springs

Benefits at a glance

  • Low-cost tooling/design iterations
  • Stress-and burr-free – no rough edges
  • Zero distortion
  • Production volumes
  • All spring steel grades, regardless of hardness or temper
  • Accuracy to ±0.025mm

Processes

Materials

  • 17-7 PH stainless steel
  • Sandvik strip steels
  • Uddeholmstrip flapper valve steel
  • 301 stainless steel
  • Full material stock list

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