Using the latest wire forming technologies, we manufacture all types of custom wire coils and wire-forming components. From custom D-Rings and S-Hooks to unique wire-bending shapes. Our wire forming expertise offers component prototypes, fabrication, finishing, assembly, and packaging. Plus rock-solid quality service and design engineering experience from our dedicated spring engineering and manufacturing team.

Versatility of Wire Forming

  • Form and weld wire in one operation
  • Large or small runs
  • Great for prototypes
  • Short lead times
  • Modifications and unique designs can be produced
  • Small to large size wire diameters available
  • Wire types – Titanium, stainless steel, steel alloys, nickel alloys, high-carbon steel and copper alloys

Wire Forms AssortmentTestimonial

“Spiros has a great focus on customer service, and they recognize that even though you have the business today, it does not mean that you have it forever. They constantly look for ways to improve themselves and make themselves more of an asset to their customer. One of the things that I enjoy most about working with Spiros is that, no matter what the situation, I know I’ll always get what I need.” Candace Kirt, Sr. Buyer, In-Sink-Erator

Design Considerations

Why Wire Forming

Wire forming can produce custom, complex designs in a variety of metals. Our technicians can set up our wire-forming equipment to develop very complex designs – with any shape and with complete accuracy.

Benefits of Wire Forming

Why use custom wire forming?

With wire forming very little or no additional tooling is required. Therefore, added costs are typically minimal. Wire forming is a quicker process than hand or air-bending. And NO MAXIMUM LENGTH LIMITATIONS on the length of wire used in each part.

After Spiros‘ customers have experienced the design engineering and order process to develop and manufacture a custom wire form design, the reorder process is easy, quick and very cost-effective.

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Wire Form Capabilities

  • Wire Bending
  • Swaging (or Winging)
  • Wire Threading
  • Piercing
  • Drilling
  • Upsetting
  • Chamfering
  • Drilling
  • Grinding
  • Welding
  • Finish Coating
  • Assembly