Introduction to the tolerance of compression springs
We all know that we must perform proper operations on compression springs, otherwise we will not be able to maximize the function of compression springs, and may even shorten the service life of compression springs.
So how to properly apply compression springs? First of all, compression springs must be pre-stressed, and when pre-stressed, the springs will be relatively stable. The second is the operation without spring support. When applied under the condition of no spring support, it is very easy to produce distortion of the bottom of the spring and itself. The high pressure of the distortion part is a very important cause of cracking of the spring. Factors, must use nominal diameter guide pins or diameter guides and other machinery and equipment.
The shrinkage of the idealized spring only produces ductile deformation, and the mechanical energy is completely converted into elastic potential energy. The whole process of idealized spring shrinking is not hot. Specifically, in addition to ductile deformation, the spring shrinkage also has a certain degree of plastic deformation. Part of the mechanical energy is converted into elastic potential energy according to the ductile deformation, and the other part is converted into mechanical energy according to the plastic deformation.
Compression springs are helical springs that bear force. Because it can bear the force, the two sides of the spring can be opened, closed or flattened. The key to the applied raw material is circular.