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Wire Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of wire manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source wire manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate wire forming companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture wire forms for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading wire manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for wire racks, wire baskets, or wire form parts of every type.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    Acme Wire Products is a top precision wire fabricator in the US. The Acme Wire team engineers products to your exact specifications, from the concept stage all the way through applying finishing to the final product. Whatever your custom wire need is, contact us today to make it a reality.

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  • Angola, IN 260-665-9447

    With over 40 years of experience in providing products for the retail industry as well as OEMs, Angola Wire Products is a premier manufacturer of wire goods, wire racks and wire products like commercial wire displays. We offer custom quality products to meet a variety of needs and uses.

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  • Lansdale, PA 215-368-7700

    Wire forms help hold objects in place, while having the ability to flex and return to their original shape. At John Evans’ Sons, we manufacture a variety of different size wire forms made from strip and round wire steel. These wire forms are customized to work with each requirement and are frequently designed for applications in the aircraft, industrial machinery and medical device industries.

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  • River Grove, IL 708-453-2570

    Master Spring & Wire Form specializes in small to medium wire form orders, as wire form manufacturers with over 60 years of experience. Secondary wire forming operations offered include grinding, threading and chamfering. As one of the industry’s leading wire formers, Master Spring & Wire provides wire forms for diverse applications including fitness equipment, POP displays and pinball machines.

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  • Lake Zurich, IL 847-540-0300

    All-Rite has been a proud supplier to the North American and international industrial marketplace for over 60 years. Our customers include automotive aftermarket, electronics, and appliance, military, aerospace, medical, and entrepreneurial industries. All-Rite industries utilizes high precision production equipment including punch presses, four-slides, CNC, spring coilers, injection molding presses, insert molding presses, and other secondary operation equipment.

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  • South Bend, IN 574-291-7550

    Hoosier Spring Company, Inc. is a leading spring manufacturer, producing custom springs for a wide variety of applications. We specialize in the manufacture, heat treatment and inspection of custom springs and wire forms for hundreds of the world’s top aerospace, military, nuclear (Navy and commercial), and industrial companies.

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Wire Manufacturers

Wires are single strands or rods of flexible, cylindrical metal produced through a metalworking process called drawing. During drawing, metal stock is pulled, or drawn, through a series of ever-shrinking dies, until it becomes flexible metal wire. Wire manufacturers serve virtually every industry in existence by taking wires and transforming them into wire forms of all shapes, sizes and configurations. Among others, their customers include those in aerospace, appliance, automotive manufacturing, construction, electronics, hardware, healthcare and sports and recreation.

Before wires can be used to create wire forms, the wires themselves must be produced. Wire manufacturers do so via a process called drawing. This process entails feeding raw metal stock into a series of gradually shrinking dies or draw plates, designed to turn the stock into a flexible wire. Typically, the dies used during drawing are made from diamond, manufactured diamond, tungsten carbide or tool steel. Of these materials, manufactured diamond and tungsten steel are the most commonly selected for die-making. The drawing process is rather similar to the extrusion process, but the two processes are distinct from one another mostly because, while extrusion involves pushing material through the die, drawing relies on pulling it through the die. Most of the time, metal drawing is performed at room temperature, thus classifying it as a cold-working process. However, if wire manufacturers are attempting to reduce forces when drawing large wires, they will perform the process at higher temperatures. If this is the case, they will use cast steel dies and the process is reclassified as hot-working.

When being formed to conduct electricity or facilitate telecommunications, wire may be made into one of three configurations: solid wire, stranded wire or braided wire. Solid wire, also known as single-strand wire or solid-core wire, consists of a single piece of metal wire. It is the least expensive type of electrical/telecommunications wire to make. It is not very flexible, but it does provide mechanical ruggedness. Stranded wire, on the other hand, is made up of several small wires wrapped or bound together to form a larger, more flexible conductor. Stranded wire also exhibits higher resistance to metal fatigue. Last but not least, braided wire is also composed of several wires, but this time, as their name suggests, the strands are braided together rather than bundled together. Braided wire is sound resistant, exceptionally strong and will not break when flexed. Typically, wire manufacturers make wires with circular cross-sections. However, if they so choose, wire manufacturers can also make wires with cross-sections that are square, flattened rectangular, hexagonal or any number of other shapes. This choice can be made for functional or aesthetic reasons. Edge-wound coil springs, for instance, are created from special flattened wire. These can be used in Slinkys. In addition, special wire cross-sections make highly efficient voice coils for loudspeakers.

Some examples of wire formed parts and products include: coils, wire baskets, wire netting, wire rope, wire cloth, hairpins and bobby pins, needles, fish hooks, fencing and window screens. To make diverse products such as these, wire manufacturers manipulate a variety of materials, such as: platinum, silver, gold, steel, stainless steel, brass, bronze, aluminum, iron, copper and, upon occasion, tungsten. To do so, they use a number of processes, including bending, stamping, cutting and heat treating. Bending and stamping alike shape wire into the form a manufacturer intends, using bending machines and presses. Sometimes, wire forms are created via deep drawing, a process that produces forms with deeper depths than other wire forming methods. In addition, wires may be covered in insulating and jacketing materials. Wire manufacturers make this choice when they are manufacturing electrical wires.

Once wires have been formed to a manufacturer’s satisfaction, they often undergo a variety of secondary processes in order to enhance or change their features. Examples of these processes include nickel plating, powder coating, plastic coating, insulating and varnishing. Nickel plating, or, more specifically, electroless nickel plating, is a process by which a layer of nickel-phosphorous alloy or nickel-boron alloy is transferred onto a metal or plastic object. This finishing method is commonly used on products such as printed circuit boards, kitchen utensils, household appliances, doorknobs, office equipment and bathroom fixtures. Likewise, powder coating and plastic coating are processes in which a powder or a plastic are deposited onto a product’s surface to improve its appearance or performance. When matched with a skilled and experienced wire manufacturer, a customer’s options are nearly endless. Find out more by reaching out to one or more wire manufacturer with your questions, concerns and specifications.

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