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In retail and commercial environments, these wire forms play a critical role in point of purchase displays as well as showcases and merchandise stands located throughout the store. The type of display selected is largely dependent up on the placement of the unit within the store as well as the products it will hold. Read More…

Wire Displays Wire displays are extremely versatile units made of latticed metal strands and designed to present and attract consumers to products and goods.
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Leading Manufacturers

Mystic, CT  |  800-723-7015

Acme Wire Products provides close tolerance wire fabrications using steel and stainless steel. Customized applications include a wide range of wire forms for many different applications. Acme works with wire from .050 to .500 diameter.

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Acme Wire Products Company, Incorporated $$$

Tualatin, OR  |  503-625-4555

In our 38+ years of doing business, we have created many loyal, lasting relationships with our customers. We specialize in simple to complex metal parts for any and all industries. We refer to our business as metal origami, forming thin gauge metal to make very unique, custom parts. Our high standards and certifications make us a preferred supplier in the metal stamping industry for high and low volume requirements. Contact us today for more information!

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Northwest Fourslide, Inc. $$$

Bristol, CT  |  860-584-0594

Plymouth Spring Company, founded in 1959, has continued to expand and grow through new technologies and attention to details to serve an ever larger customer base. Plymouth Spring completed the acquisition of the assets of the Bristol Spring Manufacturing Company and has integrated much of Bristol Spring’s highly skilled workforce, equipment and manufacturing capabilities of compression springs, torsion springs & extension springs into our existing facility.

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Plymouth Spring Company, Inc. $$$

Chicago, IL  |  800-860-6031

Established in 1964 and now in our third generation of ownership, Gilbert Spring Corporation has remained dedicated to not only providing the utmost quality in our products but also offering excellent customer service and on-time delivery with short lead times. Our Secondary department can produce complex Springs and Wire/Strip Forms not suited for machine operations, and our on-site tooling department gives us the ability to quickly adapt to customer’s needs.

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Gilbert Spring Corporation $$$

Muskegon, MI  |  231-830-9393

West Michigan Tube & Wire Forming was established in 1999. Our specialty is custom manufacturing in the metal tube bending and wire forming areas. Related services include: stamping, assembly, paint, and assisting with design and manufacturing suggestions. Both 2D and 3D CNC Wire forming and bending is a core service with the ability to handle wire widths from .062” - .312.” Typical projects include furniture, cart, and industrial prototypes.

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West Michigan Tube & Wire Forming $$$

Bristol, CT  |  860-583-1326

At Tollman Spring, computer-controlled, multi-axis wire form machines are used to make intricately shaped wire products ranging from .004” to .156” wire diameters. Critical dimensions are measured using probes and laser technology to maintain the angular positioning required to get the job done and done right. At Tollman, most wire form parts can be made without the need to purchase expensive tooling.

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Tollman Spring Company, Inc. $$$
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Wire shelves are used for floor displays as are wire racks, though the latter is often smaller and may also be used as a countertop unit. Wire baskets can be found on countertops or hung from walls or other units as can wire screens, grids and hooks which are used to display hanging items such as frames or clothing. In addition to these goods, wire displays are used to house numerous items such as books, pamphlets, food products and more. While display units are designed with product placement and the goal of encouraging purchases, it is also important that they be organized and accessible.
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Available in many sizes, wire displays are often easily adjusted or custom built to best suit the needs of a retail location. Retail and commercial uses are the most prevalent applications for these units, but they are also useful in offices or at conferences when material distribution is a priority. Made of a number of different materials, wire display units are often made to enhance or support the aesthetics of a location. Copper, brass, bronze, stainless steel and other attractive metals are commonly used and even finished with plastic, paint or chrome to further entice customers. Before any of these secondary processes occur, however, these raw materials must be formed into wire. This is accomplished when stock metal is fed into a die or series of progressively smaller dies. Each pass decreases the diameter of the metal shape until finally a strand of metal is produced. These wires are then woven or welded together to form grids or screens with variable permeability. The openness of a wire display depends largely on the items to be presented as they must not slip through the gaps. Once the proper material and grid pattern is chosen, wire forming processes such as cutting, bending, stamping and pressing are used to create the body of the display. Some manufacturers perform this manually while others use CNC machining to ensure precision and uniformity. The number of and type of techniques employed in the creation of a particular display case depends upon the desired wire form. The production process should be carefully considered as it will ultimately impact the physical and mechanical features of the unit such as sturdiness and weight bearing capacity.

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