Schleuniger, Inc., a leading international manufacturer of high-precision wire processing machines, will be among the over 175 world-class suppliers and service companies to exhibit at the 2018 Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo. This annual event for the wire and cable processing industry will be held May 9-10, 2018, at The Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, WI. Schleuniger will be at booth #1732 providing hands-on demonstrations of innovative solutions for stripping, cutting, sealing, crimping, and marking of all types of wire and cable.
At this year's exhibition, Schleuniger will unveil many impressive wire processing innovations alongside partners including Adaptronic, Emdep, Exmore, and Laser Wire Solutions.
New for 2018, Schleuniger will debut its latest cut, strip, and terminate machines, the CrimpCenter 36 SP and the CrimpCenter 64 SP. Equipped with the latest high precision technology, the CrimpCenter 36 SP offers decreased set-up times with its new wire straighteners and programmable gripper pressure, increased performance with higher feed rates, and refined motor synchronization. The CrimpCenter 36 SP also adds enhanced wire handling with a new deposit gripper and an automatic batch tray. The CrimpCenter 64 SP fully automatic crimping machine is built with a dynamic and powerful control system that provides the highest production rates to meet the most demanding production schedules. With remarkably improved processing stations, the CrimpCenter 64 SP is guarenteed to minimize any errors and provide long-term durability.
Also new this year, Schleuniger will exhibit its newest coaxial cable stripping machine, the CoaxStrip 6380. With an increased stripping length and cable proceessing range up to 8 mm (0.315'') cable diameter, this high performance machine offers improved incision quality and cable diameter verification. With the latest generation user interface and independent centralizer drive, this powerful, yet precise machine is designed to provide the highest possible productivity and performance.
Schleuniger will also provide wire processing training courses that will be offered during the expo. Classes will be provided for both intermediate and advanced level wire processing professionals. "Solutions and Processing Improvements" will be held Wednesday, May 9 from 8:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. And "Cut/Strip/Crimp Basics: Quality Makes the Difference", will be held Thursday, May 10 from 8:30 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. Both classes will be held in room 202AB. You may choose to take one course or register for both. Classes 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 http://www.schleuniger-na.com/training/registration/.
Schleuniger will unveil its new industry leading training tool, S. University. 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 and to receive a discount off your first training course!
Attendees of the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo are invited to attend technical seminars presented by industry experts. Dr. Paul Taylor, founder of Laser Wire Solutions, will present an educational seminar on the benefits of Laser Wire Stripping. The presentation, "Laser Wire Stripping Master Class" is open to all attendees.
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The Schleuniger Group is a global technology company headquartered in Thun (CH) and is a leading provider of solutions for the wire processing and testing industry as well as for digitalization of value chains. The Group's products and solutions are needed wherever highly precise connections, highest productivity, and traceable data play a key role. Schleuniger's main customers are suppliers to the automotive, entertainment, and information industries as well as to the communication sector. Schleuniger employs more than 900 employees on three continents.