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Wire Parts Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of wire part manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source wire part manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate wire part companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer wire parts for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading wire part 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 industrial wire parts, swire shapes, or fabricated wire parts.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    We have the wire parts that you can count on to provide lasting value and last through the wear and tear of the everyday. It is our goal that we are able to ensure our customers on-time delivery as well as quick turnaround times. We will work with you from prototype to production to ensure the highest quality product for you! Visit our website or get in touch with our customer service team today to learn more!

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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 Parts

Wire parts, commonly referred to as wire forms, are formed from wire that has been manipulated in some fashion into a specific shape or design. After the wire has been formed from raw materials, it is then further fabricated to create various wire parts. Useful in a broad range of applications, wire parts are beneficial for many industries because of their durability and conductivity as well as their versatility.

Some of the many applications of wire parts include: wire grids, racks, POP displays and shelving, which are commonly used in retail, commercial and residential industries; wire light guards, DIN rails, wireways and cable trays, which are often utilized in the electronics industry; wire brackets, busbars and gratings that are used in construction and architectural industries; and wire motor mounts, machine guards, wire baskets and screens, for the industrial manufacturing industry. Also useful in the automotive and aerospace industries, additional wire parts include grilles, coils, clips, hooks, rings, fasteners, hangers and springs. In addition to the many shapes and designs, wire parts can be made with a wide range of materials, chosen for their suitability in certain applications. Commonly made from steel or stainless steel, both metals suitable for corrosive environment, wire parts can also be made from plastics, aluminum, brass, copper and various metal alloys.

In accordance with the vast range of wire parts, there are numerous wire forming processes used to create them. Some of the more common wire forming processes include metal stamping, roll forming, CNC wire forming, weaving and welding. Metal stamping processes involve using a stamping press to form flat metal wire into precisely shaped metal parts. Popular metal stamping processes for wire forming include deep drawing, short run and fourslide. Roll forming is another major wire forming process, able to create flat, round and shaped wire parts. A continuous process, roll forming uses calenders and die punches to shape metal wire into various forms. CNC wire forming processes utilize computer controls in order to ensure a higher level of precision than with other processes; thus, CNC wire forming can include other wire forming processes such as bending or welding but are altered due to the addition of CNC capabilities. Weaving processes are simply methods of interlacing various threads into a pattern similar to a cloth, or on a larger scale with gaps such as a grid. Lastly, wire welding can refer to various processes, the most common of which are MIG welding or TIG welding. TIG welding is the most accurate type of wire welding, however it is much more complex and requires a very skilled operator as well as longer production times, so MIG welding is often used instead.

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