Not really, as you talk of code that doesn't work for you without explaining what you are actually trying to do. If you are using "hobby" servos, I've never seen one containing worm gears. Having a servo strain against a spring might not be a good idea unless the spring is used as a counter balance for some type of a load. You should also describe what function a delay in your code serves.
If I don't include a delay after each instruction to the servo, the servo doesn't move. It doesn't seem to have time to complete the task required of it and the arduino seems to continue onin the loop and forget the command to the servo. If I include a delay the servo moves.
The delay after a command to move to Microseconds(2300) is manageable. It's the delay after Microseconds(600) that I'm keen to eliminate because this is encountered ALL the time in my sketch.
I had hoped to be able to use "detach" to return the servo to a default position given that the bell cord is lightly sprung.
Basically my servo pulls a string which is attached to and thus rings a bell. It's important that for the bell to ring just once per request that the back and forth movement of the servo arm is conflated into one as far as the bell is concerned.
I can attach a YouTube video if this is still unclear.