Spring catalog

A few weeks back there was a thread about springs. I don't
remember all the details, but this showed up in my inbox and may
be of help/interest to the group.
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like lots of verity and they offer both a print catalog,
lots of online info, and 3-d cad downloads.
Looks like another company is trying direct distribution via the
internet.
Unka' George [George McDuffee]
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He that will not apply new remedies,
must expect new evils:
for Time is the greatest innovator: and
if Time, of course, alter things to the worse,
and wisdom and counsel shall not alter them to the better,
what shall be the end?
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Essays, "Of Innovations" (1597-1625).
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F. George McDuffee
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Dude, you will have a new respect for effing springs when you need a bic click lookalike spring, and have to cough up $4.50 for *one*. No foolin when I tell you I pick up broken click pens off the street, and pocket the springs!
Lee Spring is a nice company, rahcheer in Brooklyn, NY, been there for ages and ages. They have die springs a bit cheaper than others (round wire), which I use all the time, altho not for dies.
A better selection of an incredible variety of springs (super fine camera-type springs, to monsters) can be found at Century Spring, also with an extensive printed catalog. For some reason, I've taken a real dislike to Century, and always try Lee first.
A great place for custom springs is Ajax Spring in Long Island, NY. Very reasonable for short runs. They made a very nice torsion weight-clamp type spring in SS, for barbells for me, except in a 3/4" diam. Inyone need iny??
MSC et al have a modest-but-nice selection of moderate sized springs, in 10 packs, for about 40c/spring, in the bic-click size.
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Proctologically Violated©®
Let us not forget that McMaster Carr offeres custom springs also.
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