|Application:||Radio / Sound / Speaker||Type:||Over Molding|
|Retainer Housing:||(PA66) UL94V-2||Terminal:||JST 2Poles Female|
|Warranty:||12Month||Deliver Time:||2 Weeks|
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Over Molding Wiring Harness Assembly with JST 2Poles Female Connector for Radio
A Wire Harness, also known as a cable harness or wiring assembly, is a grouping of wires, cables, or subassemblies designed to transmit signals or electrical power. A basic Wire Harness may include as few as three discreet components, while the more classic harnesses include many more wires and other passive, and potentially active, components.
A Wire Harness is often confused with a cable assembly; the main difference between the two is that a cable assembly usually has just two ends while a wire harness has multiple branches/ends running off in many different directions with multiple terminations on each branch.
|4||Ternimal||JST 2Poles Female|
|6||Length||Same as Requirement|
|7||Quality Control||QC Team * 2|
|8||Sample Time||3 - 10Days|
|9||Offical Order||1 -2 Weeks|
|10||Service||OEM ,ODM Service|
|11||Payment||T/T and Paypal in advance|
Simply put, over molding is an injection molding process in which two or more materials are used to combine the wire and connector to create a single part. To do this, the cable assembly is placed inside a mold. The first material (the substrate) is covered by the other materials in this process. The over molding process requires a rigid plastic component to be overlaid with a TPU layer or other over mold materials using either the insert molding (a single shot) or multiple-shot molding (two-shot) technique.
Over molding or over molded cables are full assemblies that combine the wire and connector into one single, seamless piece. To do this, the cable assembly is placed inside a mold. Next, a molten plastic material is injected into the mold cavity. Once the plastic material cools and solidifies, it conforms to the shape of the mold and encapsulates the junction point between the connector and wire.
Q1:Do you accept custom products (OEM)?
A1:Yes, we have customized the wire harness for our customers, just send us samples or drawings of the products you need.
Q2:Can you provide free samples?
A2:Of course, if there is a stock, the sample will be provided free of charge, but the transportation fee will be charged.
Q3:Do you have a minimum order quantity requirement?
A3:Our prices will be adjusted based on the number of products ordered. The more the quantity, the cheaper it is. Some products are not available at the MOQ.
Q4:How long does it take for general delivery?
A4:We have a lot of products in stock.We can send the stock products in 3 work days.If without stock,or stock is not enough, we will check the delivery time
Q5:How to ship my order ? Is it safe?
A5:For small package, we will send it by Express, tsuch as DHL,FedEx,UPS.
Q6:What payment methods do you support?
A6:We accept T/T (wire transfer), Western Union and Paypal. Please contact us for more details on pricing, packaging, shipping and discounts.
Our design and manufacturing process follows a set protocol towards maximizing a project’s budget, meeting project milestones and ensuring the absolute functionality of the final product. Here’s a quick snapshot of a few key elements of the process:
Needs Assessment: we will examine all of the specifications for your project and seek to understand all of the elements at play for how and where the system will be employed. This is where initial design elements are started to be placed together which will later be developed into working prototypes.
Extruding: our in-house extruding machine can extrude conductors as small as 34 gauge and all the way up to 12 gauge. These conductors make up the building blocks of both cable assemblies and wire harnesses. They can be stranded or braided, filled with insulation, wraps, shields, and other components depending on the project needs. Connectors, over molds, terminations, and housings help bring the cables and wires together within an electronic system.
Prototyping runs: we will usually produce several iterations to not only test a unique combination of components for accomplishing a given task, but will also look at how those components are sourced to see if a given assembly is viable.
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