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Spring precautions

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【Summary Description】In practical work, compression springs should be able to maintain their working length even when subjected to forces exceeding the elastic limit of the material.

In practical work, compression springs should be able to maintain their working length even when subjected to forces exceeding the elastic limit of the material. Therefore, the length of the finished spring should be equal to the calculated length of the spring plus the initial compression amount, which can prevent the spring from not being in place and generating dangerous stress when tightening the spring coil, resulting in abnormal spring indication lines not being in place. During the heat treatment process of the finished spring, especially during the quenching and tempering process, it is necessary to place the workpiece horizontally (horizontally) in the furnace to prevent the spring from shortening due to its own weight and improper operation.

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