Magazine Compression Springs for the Firearms Industry
Many of our customers kept asking us to offer custom compression springs. It was also quite apparent that there was no universal magazine spring engineering software available to pre-qualify magazine springs.
Springfield Spring & Stamping changed out all of our mechanical coiling machines for brand new, state-of–the-art, Torin – SPX Z10, Z11 & Z11.5 CNC-controlled wire forming machines for the production of precision compression springs, torsion springs and magazine springs.
These state-of-the-art machines gave Springfield Spring & Stamping the ability to manufacture oval and square-wound magazine springs for our growing number of customers in the firearms industry. We’ve since added five additional CNC machines to augment our growing number of magazine spring customers.
Springfield Spring & Stamping developed a special magazine spring design, engineering and qualification program to augment our manufacturing capabilities. Listening to our customers is the first step in a successful customer-focused relationship!
What is the wire size range for manufacturing magazine springs?
Magazine springs can now be manufactured in wire ranges between .020 – .085
What are common magazine spring materials?
Common magazine spring materials include: music wire – high tensile music wire (rocket / missile), chrome vanadium and 17-7 PH stainless steel.
Do you offer color coding?
Yes, parts can be individually color coded.
What are Springfield Spring's magazine springs' product specifications?
|Magazine springs are used for firearms applications.|
|Capabilities & Applied Process:|
|Equipment Utilized||Shapes||Overall Part Dimensions|
|Torin SPX Z11 CNC Controlled Wire Forming Machine||Square
|Wire Diameter: Ø.020″ to .085″|
|Material Used||Material Finish||Industry for Use|
High Tensile Music Wire (Rocket/Missile)
17-7 PH Stainless Steel
|Color Coded if Necessary||Firearms|
|In Process Testing/Inspection Performed|
|Applications||Standards Met||Product Name|
|Customer Supplied Specifications||Firearm Magazine Springs|