Schleuniger, Inc., a leading international manufacturer of high-precision wire processing machines, will be among more than 180 world-class suppliers and service companies to exhibit at the 2019 Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo. This annual event for the wire and cable processing industry will be held May 8-9, 2019, at The Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, WI. Schleuniger will be at booth #2133 providing hands-on demonstrations of innovative solutions for stripping, cutting, sealing, crimping, and marking of all types of wire and cable.
Schleuniger will demonstrate the CoaxCenter 6000 which is the first and only fully automatic machine for processing micro-coaxial cables. The machine’s strength is in its precision thus enabling the machine to process down to 42 AWG micro-coax and with the length precision to process conformable coax. The machine’s QCam 360 automatically monitors stripping quality, eliminating the need for time-consuming manual post-production quality monitoring processes. Additionally, the output of this machine is at least three times higher than with manual and semi-automatic equipment and requires considerably fewer personnel to operate. The CoaxCenter 6000 can also process small, single-conductor wires with ease.
On display for the first time, will be the complete line of Schleuniger’s latest generation of benchtop coaxial cable stripping machines, the CoaxStrip 6380, CoaxStrip 6480 and CoaxStrip 6580. With an average 20 percent increase in production output, this new family of programmable, multi-step stripping machines allows for precise stripping of coaxial, triaxial and multi-conductor cable, as well as single conductor wire. Additional features include “Cable End Detection” for strip length precision, “Cable Diameter Verification” for quality assurance, and “Automatic Cable Retraction Function” for easier processing of longer strip lengths. New stripping head designs ensure that even very thin, hard molded, or slightly out-of-round insulations can be stripped. This exciting new generation of coaxial cable stripping machines offers higher productivity and lower operating costs.
No one is better suited to deliver wire processing training than Schleuniger! With the widest breadth of expertise in the industry, Schleuniger would like to bring that expertise to everyone, all in one place. Visit our booth to learn more about S.University and how this eLearning platform can help you to educate your employees and strengthen your position in the industry!
A full complement of laser wire stripping machines from Laser Wire Solutions, will also be on display. The powerful processing capabilities of the Mercury-2, Mercury-4, Mercury-5, Mercury-6 and Odyssey-4 models will guarantee nick-free stripping with radial and axial incision capabilities and provide the visitor with a better understanding of the flexibility these machines offer.
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Schleuniger will be offering wire processing training during the expo. “Wire Marking Methods” will be held Wednesday, May 8 from 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. and “Crimp Quality”, will be held Thursday, May 9 from 8:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M. Both classes will be held in room 202AB. You may choose to take one or register for both. Workshops are free and open to all Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo attendees, but advanced registration is required and space is limited. For more information and to register visit www.schleuniger.com/training/registration.
In addition to visiting the exhibitor booths, attendees of the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo are encouraged to attend technical seminars presented by industry experts. Rob Boyd, Schleuniger‘s Senior Product Manager, will present an educational seminar on “OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) in the Context of Digitization as a Success Factor for
Companies.” The presentation will be held on Wednesday May 8 at 12:30 P.M. in room 201 A&B and is open to all attendees.
The Schleuniger Group in Thun is a globally active technology company and a leading supplier to the wire processing industry. With its wholly-owned and independently managed company, DiIT, Schleuniger is also a leading player in digitalization and industrial IoT. Most of the Schleuniger Group's customers are suppliers to the automotive, entertainment and information industries, as well as to the communications sector. Schleuniger’s products are used wherever precise connections and highest productivity are required. The company has development and production locations in Switzerland, Germany and China. With a network of sales and service companies in North America, Europe and Asia and more than 40 distribution partners worldwide, Schleuniger is always close to its customers.
The Schleuniger Group represents the wire processing business segment of the publicly listed Metall Zug Gruppe and has more than 900 employees and 40 apprentices worldwide.