Compression spring design considerations are numerous. We can assist you in your design efforts if you just provide a few basic spring design parameters. Extension springs are helical springs designed to store energy and resist a pulling force. Torsion springs are helical springs used to apply a torque or store rotational energy. The two most common forms of torsion springs are single-bodied and double-bodied springs. We can utilize a wide variety of tooling to match the production quantity – from simple generic tools, to compound dies, to complex progressive dies, as needed for your requirements. Wire Spring Forms open an entirely new world with each and every design being unique. They perform the same function as other springs but may not have any coils, relying more on a beam affect for energy storage.