Poor crimps can slow down a production line. Schleuniger explains how to improve crimp quality to increase productivity. A high quality crimp termination will usually exceed the service life of the product in which it is installed. On the other hand, a marginal quality crimp termination can cause electrical failures early in a product’s Read More >>
Acquisitions, distribution agreements, product line expansions, and new hires are all part of the connector and cable industry news briefs for March 3, 2015. Molex and some of its affiliates have acquired SDP Telecom. Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, SDP designs and manufactures RF/microwave solutions for the wireless communications industry. Founded in 1995, SDP brings a Read More >>
For the latest announcements in the connector and cable industry, read the news briefs for February 17, 2015. HARTING continues to experience double-digit annual revenue growth in the US market, a trend that shows no sign of abating, said Jon DeSouza, president and CEO of HARTING North America. The company’s North American revenues increased by 20% Read More >>
While traditional crimping press designs work very well, manufacturing costs are often higher than desired. Rob Boyd of Schleuniger explains the benefits of a new paradigm in crimping press design. It goes without saying that manufacturing companies want the highest possible quality at the lowest possible cost. These days, everyone is trying to do Read More >>
There are many options when choosing wire processing equipment, so how do you know you’ve made the right choice? Pete Doyon of Schleuniger shares five things to know about your new cut-and-strip machine before you buy it. A lot of time and effort often goes into finding the right equipment for your facility. Purchasing a Read More >>
Next-generation replacements for the Schleuniger CT Series Pneumatic Crimping Machines offer more power, flexibility, and productivity. For years, the Schleuniger CT Series Pneumatic Crimping Machines have proven an ideal solution for a large range of loose-piece crimping applications. Now Schleuniger has launched the next generation replacement machines with the introduction of the new CT series. Read More >>
October 2013 – CFMs have a multitude of benefits, so why aren’t employees using them? One of the biggest problems is the lack of understanding of the variables affecting the CFM’s ability to detect variations. Crimp quality detection is similar to baking a cake: There are a lot of ingredients and if one ingredient is missing or bad quality, you likely won’t achieve your desired result.
Problem Solved – Kelvin Technologies Error-Proofs the Process with Schleuniger Machines Kelvin Technologies has more than 100 years of combined experience in electrical heating, controlling, and sensing. Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, the company specializes in electrical heaters, microprocessor controls, temperature sensors, custom-built harnesses, and custom designs. Kelvin Technologies has a product to fit each Read More >>
Company Name: Schleuniger Inc. North American Headquarters Location: Manchester, N.H. The Big Picture: “What transports, protects, amuses, cares, or provides for people almost always contains a little piece of Schleuniger technology.” About the Company Schleuniger (pronounced SHLOI-NI-GER) is one of the leading international manufacturers of high-precision cable processing machines. Whether cutting, stripping, crimping, sealing, or marking, Schleuniger’s automatic Read More >>
September 2012 – How Schleuniger solved Whelen Engineering’s problem with a particular work cell involving a cut, strip, and coil line.