Discover the latest products and services at the Largest Dedicated Wire Harness Event of 2016. This is where top companies launch their latest innovations—offering you the opportunity to gain firsthand information from the world’s leading manufacturers. See the future of the wire and cable processing industry—the newest technologies, product highlights, and trends—all debuting here on our show floor!
2016 EXHIBITOR PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
Alpha Wire (Booth 1461) – EcoGen™ Products are the next generation of eco-friendly, high-performance wire and cable designed to provide better performance, in a smaller package. EcoGen Benefits included reduced diameter and weight, zero halogen, contain no phthalates or heavy metals, innovative mPPE insulation and jacket material, and RoHS and WEEE compliant.
Artos Engineering Company (Booth 1105) – The Productivity Pack for the Artos CR Series Machine and the PF-11 High Speed Loose Bundle Wire Prefeeder will be featured.
CAMI Research (Booth 1709) – The company will host seminar and training sessions during the Expo with the opportunity to win $500 in CableEye® accessories. The complimentary seminar “Making the Most of Your Cable & Harness Tester” will be held Tuesday, May 10 at 10:30 am in Room 202A. The training session “Tips to Improve Test Reliability” will be held Tuesday, May 10 from 1-4 pm. Click here for more info.
C. Davis Systems (Booth 1444) – The LC wire terminal machine feeds a single contact to an automated crimp head. It is light weight and can be easily moved from one place to another. It is one of the most affordable automated turned contact crimpers on the market.
DIT-MCO International (Booth 1120) – Handheld wire harness tester HT-128 serves diagnostic needs from product development and benchtop testing through field support and maintenance. (DITMCO Pair image)
Heilind Electronics (Booth 1650) – Exhibiting products from TE Connectivity, Molex, 3M, Amphenol, Alpha Wire, Paduit, Hirose and others. Products include TE Connectivity’s UNIQA-PRO and Hand Crimp Tools, Molex’s TM4000 and ML-XT, and Panduit’s Quick Build.
Hu Lane Associate, Inc (Booth 1253) – Demonstrating the latest automotive and motorcycle connector products, including electric vehicle (EV) connectors. Includes 2, 3, 4, and 5 Pin EV and high-current connectors, which meet ISO & IEC and ingress protection (IP67) requirements, and international LAB tests for connectors. Also see terminals, wafers, seals and grommets, relay boxes, and fuse boxes.
Joyal – A Division of AWE, Inc (Booth 1148) – Model K-3220-2S Fusing System will be on display. It’s a system to join magnet wire and magnet wire to lead wire connections without pre-stripping the enamel insulation. (JOYAL image)
Komax Wire (Booth 1123 & 1215) – Come see firsthand the New Alpha 550—a fully automatic crimp by crimp machine for two-sided seal loading. The New Mira 230 programmable wire stripper has a robust and sturdy design that supports an extraordinary processing range from AWG 32 to AWG 8.
Lapp Tannehill, Inc (Booth 1620) – Featuring new product Madison/TE Ribbon Cable with applications that include PVC-hard drives, CD drives, floppy drive, and internal wiring. (Lapp Tannehill Image)
LPMS USA (Booth 1158) – Low pressure molding is a single-step process to encapsulate seal and protect electronics. Using a simple mold set allows for the process to use much less material than traditional potting process as well as it requires no housing. Part numbers and logos can easily be incorporated into the mold set for added benefits. The process is fast –producing the finished part in seconds. This unique technology is primarily used for encapsulation or over molding of electronic assemblies.
Mecal by Starn (Booth 1710) – New tape mounted terminal miniapplicator with patent pending – link to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sW98YxvuMVg
The Mueller Group, Inc (Booth 1517) – The company will have a large assortment of product samples including all the H07RN-F cables i(H07BN-4, H07RN8, and H0722-F). (Mueller image)
NU-TECH, a Division of Cross Technology (Booth 1358) – Nu-Tech Heat Shrink is an approved practical solution for the application of a tight, thick-walled, abrasion-resistant protective covering to anything that will be subjected to the extremes of heat, friction, corrosion, shock, moisture, and other critical environmental conditions.
Odyssey Tool (Booth 1134) – Featuring a 4-ton press with stripper crimper module which is controlled by a single action foot pedal or automated control.
ONDAL – Repstronics (Booth 1721) – The OndaTaper V3 is specially designed for the manufacturing of shielded wires to avoid the electromagnetic induction. (Ondal Taper V3 image)
Revolution Drives, Inc (Booth 1713) – Featured products include high-performance wire stripper belts in a range of options and urethane covered steel feed rollers for wire strippers. (Revolution Image)
Schleuniger, Inc (Booth 1633) – Schlueniger will debut the CoaxCenter 6000—the first and only fully automatic machine for processing micro-coaxial cables as well as single conductor wires. Also new in 2016 is the EcoStrip 9380—the newest cut and strip machine that can be configured with rollers or belt feeding. New to the North American market is a line of Wiring Harness Board Conveyors typically used for high volume wiring harness assembly in automotive, appliance, and other markets. (ECOSTRIP Image)
Telsonic Solutions (Booth 1741) – The company is introducing the MPX-HD ultrasonic welder, a new approach for high voltage applications with cross-sectional areas as large as 200mm2 aluminum and 160mm2 copper. (Telsonic MPX image)
Tenborg Technologies (Booth 1308) – Recently released coaxial cable stripping machine, the ST730T, utilizes a state of the art touchscreen with a graphics display that is extremely user friendly and aids in program setup.
Wardwell Braiding Co (Booth 1545) – The company will exhibit a 24 carrier harness braider. The machine is equipped with motorized capstan, sound enclosure, operator panel, self-lubricating horn gears, and foot potentiometer. (Wardwell image)