Lee Spring is sponsoring Spring-i-pedia, which is described as the complete spring engineering resource guide. Intended to take the mystery out of understanding and specifying springs, the free-to-access reference will be useful for anyone who designs, specifies or uses springs, regardless of their level of experience.
Not only does Spring-i-pedia explain conventional wire-wound compression, extension and torsion springs, but it also covers wave springs, constant-force springs and Belleville washers. Spring-i-pedia will therefore help users to specify the right type of spring, as well as the right materials, coatings and surface treatments.
In addition, Spring-i-pedia has a glossary of terms, or users can simply hold their mouse over highlighted words in the text to read a definition in a small pop-up.
A few minutes spent on Spring-i-pedia before specifying a spring could prove invaluable in terms of an application's performance, reliability and availability. Follow the link to take a look at Spring-i-pedia.