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How to Measure and Order Your Replacement Torsion Springs

Posted on December 5, 2018 by IDC Spring

Updated: 11/15/2019 Providing the correct torsion or extension spring for your application is our most important offering. From standard springs to hard-to-find replacement springs, IDC Spring promises the right spring for your application. Let us match your requirements to the correct IDC Spring solution. The guidelines below help identify the right spring, every time… Easy as 1, 2,…

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2019 WASA Trade Show

Posted on September 9, 2019 by IDC Spring

Coon Rapids, Minnesota (September 9th, 2019) – IDC Spring is happy to announce our attendance to the 2019 WASA Trade Show in Las Vegas. The WASA trade show (formerly CODA) will be hosted at The Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV, October 4th, 8 AM to October 5th, 6 PM. Please stop by…

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IDC Spring Closed Labor Day

Posted on August 16, 2019 by IDC Spring

Coon Rapids, Minnesota (August 16, 2019) – IDC Spring will be closed Monday, September 2nd in recognition of Labor Day.  We will resume normal office hours Tuesday the 3rd. If you have questions concerning this or have a question about how IDC Spring can help with your spring manufacturing please contact our team today

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What Is a Barrel Spring?

Posted on July 16, 2019 by IDC Spring

Do you need barrel springs for your applications? A barrel spring is a special type of spring that is notable for its barrel-shaped appearance, where the middle of the spring is wider than the top or bottom. Barrel springs can be telescoping or non-telescoping. In the telescoping version, the smaller coils squeeze down inside the…

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Common Uses for Extension Springs

Posted on June 28, 2019 by IDC Spring

We’ve all seen extension springs before, even if we didn’t know exactly what they were called. These are coiled wire springs with two ends on them to make it easy to attach them to another part, which is what allows them to add resistance to a heavier force for purposes of adjusting tension. What are…

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