A compression spring offers resistance to compressive forces.
Compression springs are normally coiled with a constant body
diameter, however, other forms are common such as conical, barrel
and hourglass. Round wire is most commonly used for compression
springs, although, square, rectangular and special section wire
is sometimes required. A common example of a compression spring
is the spring in a ball point pen.
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