Customized Solutions

At PJ Wallbank Springs, we combine an extensive manufacturing background with creative engineering to deliver assembled spring solutions that meet even the most unique needs. We recognize that every customer, every project, and every challenge is distinct. That’s why, instead of one-size-fits-all solutions, we emphasize the importance of custom-made spring assemblies tailored to align with each customer’s requirements.

Structured for Your Specifics

Tailoring our products to meet the unique needs of our customers.

Our team takes pride in overseeing the entire spring assembly development process. This approach enables us to tailor our products to meet the unique needs of our customers.  

We possess in-depth knowledge of every aspect of our products and their construction, working closely with our customers to tackle even the most intricate manufacturing challenges. Our engineering team develops our own internally designed assembly equipment, providing us with complete flexibility in how our products are assembled. This level of customization in design and manufacturing allows us to remain at the forefront of spring assembly production worldwide!

Custom-Made Spring Assemblies

Advanced engineering provides a custom experience for your specific use case.

When you partner with PJ Wallbank Springs, you’re not just getting a spring assembly; you’re getting a driven team of engineers with deep product knowledge that can be leveraged for the creation of tailor-made solutions. 

Our spring assemblies can be customized to serve various applications across multiple industries. This includes, but is certainly not limited to examples such as: 

  • Custom Automotive Springs  
  • Specialized Industrial Springs
  • Tailor-Made Springs for Furniture
  • Individualized Spring Assemblies for Heavy Duty Equipment
3 ways we work with our customers:
  1. Clean sheet (cross-section of available space and customer’s requirements)
  2. Optimize customer’s existing print
  3. Build to print

While any of the above approaches can be supported, clean sheet approaches generally result in the lowest product costs and best manufacturability.

Common reasons for higher-cost designs are excessive use of materials, type of materials used, and special processing or additional process steps required. To avoid these situations, we work tirelessly to ensure our customers have optimized designs through FEA, bench testing, prototyping, supplier collaboration, our proprietary design software, and our best practices.

Contact our team to get started 
on a custom solution