|Terminal:||Multi -Type||Material:||Pure Copper|
|Connector:||Bare Copper Interface||Color:||Red/Black|
wire harness and cable assembly,
backup camera wiring harness
Automatic Customized Cable Harness Assembly, Multi -Type Terminal Wiring Harness Assembly
The wire harness simplifies the building of these larger components by integrating the wiring into a single unit, or several units, for “drop-in” installation. By binding the many wires, cables, and subassemblies into a harness, the OEM or installer only has one component to install. In addition, a wire harness allows the completed assembly to be better secured against the effects of abrasion and vibration, and by constricting the wires into a non-flexing bundle, usage of space is optimized.
|Name||2.8/4.8/6.3 Insert Terminal|
|Material||Cold Crimp Non-Insulated|
|2.8 Model||Lenth : 16 Tickness: 0.5mm AWG23-AWG20|
|4.8 Model||Lenth : 17 Tickness: 0.5mm AWG23-AWG18|
|6.3 Model||Lenth : 18 Tickness: 0.5mm AWG18-AWG15|
|Delivery Time||1 - 4 Weeks|
|Price||Direct Factory Price|
Wire harnesses go through many stages of design and manufacturing before a concept is ready for in-field use. First, our brilliant design team will meet with the client to determine the specs of the project. The design team use tools like computer aided drafting programs to produce the measurements for the necessary components of the system.
Once design elements are finalized, we move on to prototyping. Prototyping allows us to produce multiple iterations of the proposed design. After several rounds of testing from automated testing machines like our Cerrus units, these prototypes will progress into our “life lab” where the components will be subjected to real-world conditions and continually evaluated for functionality, durability, and, above all, safety. Prototyping also affords our design staff the time to see if different source materials will be viable logistically. If a certain elements don’t arrive in an efficient and economically viable manner, it can throw off the whole manufacturing process and increase expenses. Prototyping allows for any logistical hurdles to be worked out ahead of production runs so the process can proceed as smoothly as possible. The prototype iteration will also help our production team know which tools will need to be reserved from our custom tool crib.
Once all of these elements have been smoothed out, the unit will progress into volume production, final testing, and ultimately, distribution to their intended destinations. With production facilities located in both the US and in China, we’re able to quickly get our products to customers around the world.
Wire harness assembly is one of the few remaining manufacturing processes that is more efficiently done by hand, rather than automation. This is due to the variety of processes that are involved in the assembly. These manual processes include:
Because of the difficulty involved in automating these processes, manual production continues to be more cost-effective, especially with small batch sizes. This is also why harness production takes longer than other types of cable assemblies. Production can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. The more complicated the design, the longer production time is required.
However, there are certain portions of pre-production that can benefit from automation. These include:
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2) More Than 50pcs Of Automation Equipment
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