We are the largest and most diversified specialty spring and fastener manufacturer in the United States. Through decades of growth, innovation and dedication, MWI has prove to be a world-class supplier of springs, fasteners and metal stampings from spring tempered materials.
MWI has expertise in several key areas:
- Customer service capabilities that include expert technical support, highly-trained field and inside sales engineers, quick response product delivery and e-commerce convenience.
- Production technologies applied to spring coiling, fastener manufacturing; flat stamping and heat-treating in a wide range of material types and sizes.
- Engineering excellence in metallurgy, CAD design, CAE analysis, fatigue testing and performance analysis.
- Dedication to quality, as evidenced by our ISO, TS and AS-9100 certifications, as well as compliance with our customers’ and end-use industry performance standards.
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MW Industries, a provider of springs, specialty fasteners, bellows, and other precision components, and NN, Inc., a diversified industrial company, announced today a definitive agreement under which NN, Inc.’s Life Sciences division will be purchased by affiliates of American Securities LLC for the purpose of being combined with MW Industries, one of its portfolio companies. […][Read More]
Edited by Mike Santora Hydroformed Metal Bellows Formed bellows are produced two ways; hydro-forming & mechanical forming. Both are produced by reworking tubes into convoluted bellows. Hydro-formed bellows will use a die and high pressure fluid to form the convolutions. Mechanically formed bellows will use a die and a roller to cold work the convolute […][Read More]
Manufactured using a tightly controlled, 5-step electroforming process that begins with a solid aluminum stock that is machined to an internal geometry to create a mandrel. A layer of metal is then electrodeposited to a precise thickness onto the mandrel, the ends are trimmed, and the mandrel is chemically dissolved, leaving behind the finished part. […][Read More]