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Measure and Cut
This is where the processing begins. Our automated processors quickly and accurately cut to length the required materials in consistent and repeatable lengths. They are capable of handling material up to 4 inches wide and cutting lengths as short as 0.5 inches. We can also process larger assemblies manually by hand.
Full strip or strip and retain, we offer both mechanical and laser stripping options and have the experience to recommend the best solution for your needs. Our lasers allow us to provide shorter strip lengths as well as window strips and ablations. We still offer mechanical stripping because it is a much more economical than laser stripping.
The tinning process is used to bond the individual strands of a conductor together. This eliminates what is typically called bird-caging. All tinned items are hand dipped in Kester K100LD solder unless otherwise specified.
Standard Kinked Jumper
Separating the conductors of a flat ribbon cable can serve many purposes. Separating the conductors at the end of a cable allows contacts to be crimped on. Applying this process to other areas of the cable is done to provide flexibility where needed. We can provide separations in any quantity from single conductors to pairs, quads, or any other configuration you require.
Notching is separating for webbed flat ribbon cable. It is a process where the webbing between the conductors is removed with a punch and die. Notching is typically used to allow an IDC connector to be used on 0.100″ and 0.156″ flat ribbon cable. Our automated notchers can provide notches anywhere along the flat ribbon cable not just at the ends.
We provide terminating of IDC connectors and contacts such as those from Pancon, AMP, Molex and others. This allows us to ship you a completed assembly ready for use saving you time and money.