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Nice work. I used these. Ford BC3Z-19N236-A - SOCKET ASY - ADDITIO https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0031C11DY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_pJNbyb68Z3R4D
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Your arbor would have to be conical
Thanks for a nice Instructable for making springs. I have the need to make a very tiny conical spring instead of cylindrical spring. What changes should I do ? Thanks !
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Very helpful- thank you for saving my project (I couldn't find the springs I needed). BTW, you can buy wire that's specifically made for springs on eBay- at least that's where I got mine.
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Hey PatrickW8, shoot me an email with that pdf? email@example.com , itd be appreciated!
my grand'ma used to do this every summer , and now i can try it with my little princesses ! thanks you so much !
I was thinking of winding a piece around a broomstick or other to make a coil I have seen a person do it that way and it worked for them on a specific item. It most likely depends on why a spring needs to be heated up for something particular .
Hello PatrickW8!My name is Sam, I'm from Finland. I also noticed the possibility of breaking without heating.I have a possibility to heat with coals which I think would suit this kind of heating. Am I right?My second question is should I heat the steel rod with some other material? Should I also temper it, and if so, how should it be done?You also found a pdf about making springs. I'm interested about that too.Please contact my email:firstname.lastname@example.orgWith regards,Sam
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