Monthly Archives: May 2019

  1. Memorial Day Commemoration

    It is easy to say: Happy Memorial Day, without giving much thought to what that date actually stands for. Yet, there is so much more to this day than sales, picnics and the day off. Sure, there is nothing wrong with getting to celebrate all that with your loved ones, but it is also important to remember the reason behind each holiday. Once we truly stop and ponder what that day actually means, we realize it isn’t such a happy day, but it is a very important one. It is a date to think, to reflect, and to honor those who have served. It is a day for families that have lost their loved ones to the war, and for their nation, to feel proud and commemorate. It is a day to realize how lucky we are that many are willing to give up their lives for ours.

    Memorial Day is a day to honor and remember all those who have served the U.S

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  2. Just Like Springs, Moms Make a Difference.

    We know that life gets hard and busy, especially when workdays become long weeks, months, and before we know it, years. However, there are people in our lives that deserve our time, care and admiration, moms are one of them. Moms tend to be the first ones to get up and the last to go to bed, they dedicate time and love to the family. They deserve our love and care every day, not just once a year. Mother’s day is just a reminder of the great difference that moms make in our world. At Acxess Spring, we want to celebrate Mother’s day by honoring all the moms out there that go out of their way to make sure our lives are a little bit better every day, with this short excerpt.

    Moms make all the difference! They are strong and resilient, just like springs.

    Their strength and resilience is incomparable, and the

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  3. The Importance of Initial Tension in Extension Springs

    Initial tension is an important term related to extension springs. It refers to the tension that is store between an extension spring coils, which is what keep them together. The initial tension is released once the spring is extended to the point where you can barely see some light pass through the coils. This value directly affects the load required to pull an extension spring, that is why it is so important to keep it in mind when designing or buying a tension spring.

    Rate is the constant force that a spring exerts per one unit (1 inch or 1 millimeter) of distance traveled. Therefore, it is expressed in pounds per inch or newtons per millimeter. Because the spring already has initial tensi

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