Wire forms are finished shaped wire that have been manufactured from wire spools into a specified configuration. They can take nearly any form, often featuring springs with custom ends. Essentially a wire form is a length of wire that has had an exterior force applied to it in order create a specific shape designed for a specific job.
The wire form can be bent, cut, cut with angles, wound right/left, shaped with closed coils, can have additional pieces added to it, and just about anything that a customer can think of.
Because of the versatility of wire forms they are used in countless applications including baggage label clips, Electrical switchgear, light fittings, hooks, telecommunications equipment, textile machinery and safety equipment.
The construction material of wire forms depends on application, but typical materials range from various steels and steel alloys to aluminum, brass bronze, stainless steel, and much more.