Spring Clip Fasteners

Stamping, Clips, Springs, Assemblies

Stamping, Clips, Springs, Assemblies

Ranging in size from .003 inches to .125 inches thick, Atlantic Precision Springs’ spring clip fasteners are typically made from materials such as carbon steel and stainless steel. These materials are available in all grades and tempers, allowing you to customize your product to fit any specific requirements.

The manufacturing processes at Atlantic Precision Spring are unique and what ultimately sets us apart from the competition. The use of annealed material is vital in order for high carbon steel to undergo complex forming. The material is then heat-treated and tempered to obtain its full spring characteristics. Stainless steel is the most common choice due to its resistance to corrosion. Zinc or nickel plate finishes can be applied when the final product calls for rust prevention.

The production method is dependent on these characteristics of the part:

  • Material type
  • Material thickness
  • Overall size
  • Volume
  • Complexity

Learn more about other production methods below:


We can create tooling for a wide assortment of power presses that range in size, tonnage, and speed. This is best for large volume precision spring clips fasteners.


Also known as a multi-slide machine, this process produces the parts at a fraction of the cost of a power press progressive tool.

Short Run Metal Stamping Department

Equipped with pneumatic presses that can bend, cut, and draw, customer prototypes are built with a minimal amount of tooling required. Great for smaller quantities or trials.

Metal Stamping Applications

Atlantic Precision Spring is a leader in the manufacturing of spring clip fasteners. We produce a wide variety of clip fasteners for many different applications, including automotive, aerospace, medical, and hardware.

Our quality assurance department adheres to the policies and procedures of ISO 9001:2015 certification. Our dedicated team closely manages and monitors projects from start to finish, allowing you to get the best manufacturable part with minimal design sacrifices.