Springs find software in a wide range of commercial and commercial products, from vehicles and electronics to hardware and fasteners to power tools and tools. They differ in regard to style, dimension, and materials, relying on the intended use case. While commonplace components are readily available out there, some manufacturers offer custom capabilities for customers with highly particular or unique requirements.
- Clock springs: spiral ribbon-formed springs generally employed in clock mechanisms
- Compression springs: springs designed to shorten as load is applied
- Extension springs: springs—additionally known as tension springs—designed to stretch as load is applied
- Torsion and double torsion springs: springs designs to twist when load is applied