Automotive and machine assembly are among the many industries you will find Compression Injection Mold Die Springs. They fall in the compression springs category and are primarily used in scenarios where heavy force is required.
A typical die spring is used in different applications and industries, for example, automobile, plastic molds, stamping dies, and elastic motion precision mechanical equipment, among other uses. Usually, die springs are made using oil-hardened chrome-alloy steel. Manufacturers like GL Metal choose the material for its longevity and temperature resistance. Moreover, die springs are color coded to indicate the workload level they can handle.
Q1: Are you a spring manufacturer?
A: Yes, we are a manufacturer with more than 20 years of experience in spring production. We have our own factory, warehouse, machines and test equipment with good service.
Q2: How long is your delivery time?
A: Generally, it is 10-15 days if the samples are approved. Actual delivery time is based on the order's quantity.
Q3: How is the quality control of your springs?
A: We hold the quality controlling from very beginning to the end and aim at 100% error free.
Q4: Do you offer OEM/ODM service?
A: Of course, we will manufacture custom springs in accordance with the specifications, drawings or samples you provide.
Q5: Where are your products distributed?
A: Based in China, our springs are distributed all over the world, including Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
Q6: What is the MOQ?
A: It depends on the size of your spring order. For some specifications, if we have the stock of raw material, so the MOQ will be less than those OEM/ODM orders.
Our sales and marketing network covers the whole China including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, as well as regions and countries in Europe, America, Middle East and South East Asia