From jewelry clasps to industrial robots, springs are everywhere, and odds are, most mechanical engineers will come across their first spring design problem within a year of getting an engineering degree. The latest post on the Hardware Guide talks about how to approach custom spring design: by gathering requirements, finding the closest stock spring that will work, and then creating a custom spring in production.
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When a design calls for springs, it’s critical to start by identifying load conditions and try off-the-shelf springs first when prototyping. Check out the latest Hardware Guide post to learn more about designing custom springs.
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