Wire Cutting, Marking & Labeling

Elevating Precision: Wire Cutting, Marking, and Labeling Capabilities for Superior Cable Assemblies

We take pride in our comprehensive capabilities, and among our core strengths is our expertise in wire cutting, marking, and labeling for precision cable assemblies. Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with advanced machinery that ensures accurate and clean wire cutting, meeting the unique specifications of each project. With meticulous attention to detail, our team employs cutting-edge marking and labeling techniques to enhance organization and traceability within cable assemblies. Whether it’s custom lengths, intricate markings, or clear labeling for streamlined identification, our capabilities empower us to deliver cable assemblies that not only meet but exceed our clients’ expectations. Trust us to bring efficiency and precision to every aspect of your cable assembly needs.

Not All wire and cable are created equal

  1. Decades of experience: Our expertise includes successfully terminating various types of wires, ranging from 28 AWG to 4/0 AWG. We commonly work with Teflon-coated, shielded twisted pairs or triads, which provide for EM-RFI shielding, as well as Navy shipboard MIL-DTL-24640, MIL-DTL-24643 water-blocked and non-water-blocked cables, which can be shielded, unshielded, or double-shielded as well Coaxial and Triaxial cable and Ship-LAN Cat5e and Cat6 Ethernet cable. Our dedication to quality and precision has earned us a reputation as a trusted partner in the industry.
    Water-blocked: What’s the big deal? Stripping back Mil-Spec M24640 and M24643 shipboard water-blocked cable can present several challenges. Here are some of the key challenges:
  2. Cable Construction: Navy shipboard water-blocked cable is typically constructed with multiple layers of insulation and shielding, which can make it difficult to strip back without damaging the cable.
  3. Water-blocking Material: Navy shipboard water-blocked cable is designed to prevent water ingress, which means that it is often coated with a water-blocking material that can be difficult to remove without damaging the cable.
  4. Specialized Tools: Navy shipboard water-blocked cable requires specialized tools, such as cable strippers and cutting tools, that are designed to handle the cable’s unique construction and materials.
  5. Time-Consuming: Stripping back Navy shipboard water-blocked cable can be a time-consuming process, as the cable’s unique construction and materials require careful handling and precise cutting by trained and experienced personnel.

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