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Coils, Springs, Wire Forms


Through our partner Motion Dynamics, we have been exceeding our customers' expectations providing wire components for their most challenging projects.  

Need a quick refresher on Spring Terminology?

A great way to start the conversation is to think of these three key questions.

1. Function

2. Material

3. Examples


Wire products are extremely versatile. 

Do you want to:

  • Add stiffness/pushability?

  • Apply forces in specific directions?

  • Transmit torque along a column?

  • Add radio-opacity?

  • Protect implants?

  • Conduct electrical signals for sensors or deliver therapies?

  • Prevent kinking or herniation?

  • Anything else?

Our engineering team is ready for the challenge!

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We have experience working with just about every high-performance alloy and biocompatible material used to make wire components. If you’re not sure what material would be best to use, our engineering team would be happy to assist you in determining the best choice to fit your needs. 

  • Stainless Steels (302, 304, 304V, including High Tensile 304V, 316L, and 316LVM)

  • High-Performance Alloys (MP35N, 35NLT, Elgiloy, and CCM)

  • Precious Metal Alloys (Platinum, Platinum Iridium, Platinum Tungsten, Tantalum, Gold, Silver)

  • Titanium Alloys

  • Tungsten Alloys

  • Copper Alloys (Beryllium Copper (BeCu), Beryllium Nickel (BeNi))

  • High-Temperature Alloys (including Inconel, X750, and Hastelloy)

  • Specialty Alloys

  • Nitinol

  • And more!

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Sometimes it helps us to show you (or us) some examples/samples.  If you have something that you've seen before, or something the piques your interest, that example can be a great place to start a conversation.

Would you like a sample?  Send us a quick message.  We're local to you and can drop off samples almost any day.

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