By - toolgifs
I want to see it walk down the stairs.
Alone, or in pairs?
Rolls over your neighbor’s dog?
What's great for a snack and fits on your back?
It's Log, Log, Log!
Why does the steel stay in that shape but can be used later as a spring? Is it treated (annealed?) in a later step?
Deformation during normal work spring happen in elastic region: it is always relatively small. On the other hand, the deformation in the video is much "more" so that it's in the plastic region.
You can try it yourself: take a paperclip straighten it and bend it around a pen: you get a spring that you can the use
Love how this account watermarks other peoples' content with its own sub.
Is that better than a hot wound spring? If so, why? Does the heat make the spring just a bit more brittle?
Found this in the cross post comments: https://www.reddit.com/r/toolgifs/comments/xrx686/-/iqi1ct8
Is that Zoidberg holding the spring steady towards the top?
What a shock!
i can't explain it but this video gave me the heebie geebies
Looks like Donald duck when Daisy walks into the room
A hole load of machinery to straighten then bend the spring and he goes and puts his hands in it
Had a dump like that this morning
Wow thats tense!
Anyone see the two happy guys at the bottom?
I always wondered how they did it. Thanks for showing it.