compression spring


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compression spring

[kəm′presh·ən ‚spriŋ]
(engineering)
A spring, usually a coil spring, which resists a force tending to compress it.
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HI-TECH: Applications Engineer Justin Lawrence with a Crest to Crest Wave Spring Triple Intelaced Compression Spring.
com)-- Canadian compression spring supplier, AMMTech Spring Ltd.
Coverage of therapeutic diagnosis, preventive orthodontics, and early treatment is followed by chapters on various aspects of functional orthodontic and functional orthopedic treatment, the twin block technique, the functional magnetic system, early maxillary expansion, the interarch compression spring, anchorage control, segmented arch mechanics, the Alexander discipline, implants, Invisalign, stripping retention procedures, and treatment planning for mandibular distraction osteogenesis.
The operator-friendly, low profile socket uses solderless pressure mount compression spring probes accurately located by two molded plastic alignment pins and mounted with four stainless steel screws, allowing for easy mounting and removal from the test board.
Vital Gear's Ben Afshari unveiled the Vital Pro arrow rest in 2009, which features a unique arrow capture system and can use a compression spring or extension spring for drop-away activation.
Each actuator incorporates either a magnetic extension or a magnetic compression spring inside a coil assembly.
For studying the evolution of pressure force of the pressure foot on the fabric, during sewing, a transductor was concived and placed under the helicoidally compression spring of the sewing machine.
Features include a non-electric design, an Iconel compression spring with a lifetime spring limited warranty and an externally removable motive intake valve.
Because the primary design criteria included weight and lateral bending modulus, few parameter variations existed to influence the compression spring rate.
Figure 3 is a similar approach where the shorter leg is bent downward and a strong compression spring compensates both for springback and variations in stock thickness.
The cost-efficient socket is easily mounted and removed to and from the BIB (burn-in-board), due to solderless pressure mount compression spring probes precisely located by two molded plastic alignment pins and mounted with four stainless steel screws.