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Machinery & Machining Tools

Automatic Crimping Machines minimize changeover times.

Providing various configurations for crimping, sealing, twisting, and tinning of wires from 30-10 AWG, CrimpCenter 64 and 65 feature 4 and 5 processing stations, respectively. ToolingShuttle System and Plug and Crimp technologies allow setup work to be done while machine is still producing. Capable of being networked together using standard Internet protocol, machines include tool-less quick-lock...

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Crimping Machine can process variety of terminals.
Machinery & Machining Tools

Crimping Machine can process variety of terminals.

Used in standard, automatic, and semi-automatic crimping presses with 1.57 in. stroke, FlexoCrimper features quick-change cassette system, which facilitates frequent changing of crimp applicators for processing different terminals. Transport system positions terminals for consistent crimp quality and eliminates force variations due to terminal position changes. Universal transversal applicator,...

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Wire Stripper/Crimper offers fully programmable operation.
Machinery & Machining Tools

Wire Stripper/Crimper offers fully programmable operation.

Featuring 20-job memory for all stripping parameters and functions, StripCrimp 200 performs precision stripping and crimping of side or rear-feed terminals for 30-12 AWG wires. It accepts mini-style applicators and delivers up to 3.7 tons of crimping force. All stripping parameters and special functions are programmable through multilingual operating panel. Along with quick-change base plate,...

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Crimping Machine features hands-free, pre-close mechanism.
Machinery & Machining Tools

Crimping Machine features hands-free, pre-close mechanism.

Pneumatic Safety Crimping Machine, Model CT 35, is capable of crimping insulated and un-insulated closed barrel terminals, coaxial cable connectors, and wire ferrules. It crimps wire up to 6 AWG and ferrules on wire up to 1 AWG. Crimping portion of cycle cannot be actuated if crimp dies are open more than 0.25 in. Once terminal is in position, operator presses left side of foot pedal and terminal...

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Agricultural & Farming Products

Cable Stripper offers programmable clamping force.

Featuring menu-guided programming, CoaxStrip 5500 utilizes 4-blade design to process thin, difficult-to-strip or out-of-round insulation types. It can strip coaxial, triaxial, and multiconductor cables as well as single conductor wires up to .590 in. OD at rates to 450 cables/hr. In addition to graphic display and programmable gripper force, product offers 3.35 in. max stripping length and memory...

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Wire Labeling System provides cutting and stripping.
Agricultural & Farming Products

Wire Labeling System provides cutting and stripping.

In-Line Labeling System combines Brady's Wraptor Wire ID Printer Applicator with cut and strip machines. System prints logos, bar codes, time, date, and sequencing serial numbers for each wire in alphanumeric, hex, octal, and other formats. Labels are automatically located and wrapped, eliminating placement errors. Entire jobs can be stored in machines, allowing recall of wire and labeling...

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Wire Stripping Machine performs repeatable strips.
Agricultural & Farming Products

Wire Stripping Machine performs repeatable strips.

UniStrip 2600 Programmable Stripping Machine is available with SmartStrip option, which enables operators to strip wires from 8-22 AWG without making any adjustments to unit. Suited for situations that entail use of many different sized wires and need to alternate quickly between them, machine only requires users to set desired strip length and insulation pull off length. Product determines...

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Automatic Crimping Machines cut, strip, and terminate.
Agricultural & Farming Products

Automatic Crimping Machines cut, strip, and terminate.

Suited for wire harness manufacturing facilities, CrimpCenter 60 and CrimpCenter 70 accommodate up to 4 processing stations and can process applications with weather seals, doubling, twisting, and tinning. Production data is entered into Windows-based software via touch-screen interface and can be recalled for future job changes. Machines can be networked for production allocation and tracking.

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