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The WireProcess Connection
Newsletter for the WireProcess Global Community
2019 Issue 1
In this issue:
  • Webinar Series: The Essential Guide to Wire Processing Automation.
  • From the Archives: 
  • Technology of the Month: 
Happy New Years Greetings from WireProcess.

Ready to Begin Again.
On behalf of WireProcess Specialties and our Global Technology Partners, Happy New Year. Our wish to you and your organization is that 2019 is a healthy and prosperous one. And full of opportunities to make a difference within your facility and your customer's operations.

We are excited at the possibilities for 2019. The possibilities to help you and your company to achieve more. Equipping you with the tools to increase production efficiency and reduce processing costs is our ongoing objective. Our growing capabilities are reaching more. And making a difference in the companies we work with.

In addition to this newsletter and, here are some of our plans for 2019:
  • Quarterly Webinars, starting this month. See below.
  • Updated web and blog site.
  • Online training (Crimp Press Operators and Press Maintenance).
And one more event which we will announce shortly.

We are ready to begin again. Are you?
How Can we Help You Achieve More?
Remember we are only a click or phone call away. Let's start the dialog today on your processing requirements. Connect Your Way or Contact Me Personally.
Terry Curtis
Webinar Series: The Essential Guide to Wire Processing Automation.
Wednesday January 30, 2019 2:00 pm (EST).

Automating wire assembly (Cut, Strip, End of Wire Processing) is a time tested process in wire harness assembly. Automating is an important step that must be considered carefully and with the right information. Knowing the basic configuration and available expansion options provides your organization with the opportunity to consider current and future processing needs. The Essential Guide to Wire Processing Automation is an in depth exploration of Wire Processing Automation. Considerations to migrate from manual processes, Pre/Post Processing, quality monitoring and after installation training are also covered. 

Registration is now open. Click here for more information and to register now.
From the Archives.

Upstream Quality Factors: Wire.

A wire termination is a very simple process: take a wire and terminal, force them together using a range of crimping tools and voila, a crimped wire.

quality crimp is altogether different. Not so much in the crimp process, it is is somewhat the same. But ensuring the wire performs well over the life of the product and the process to assemble that wire with repeatable quality requires specialized knowledge. And application of that knowledge to the crimp process. This is very critical in electrical assembly today with the cost of failure (rejects, re-work, loss of customer confidence, liability) being so high. Which is precisely why we publish this technical blog: to arm you with the knowledge and processing tools needed.


Crimp Force Monitoring: Optimizing Crimp Performace.

It is the same story repeated in almost every company I visit.

“We have invested in crimp force monitoring (CFM) technology for our crimp process. Invested as part of a full process automation system or installed onto bench top presses. Everything started well, but we ran into trouble along the way. We were getting false readings. The monitor was signalling an error despite the fact the crimp looked fine. After some time, our operators by-passed the monitors and continued without the CFM’s.”

You have now entered the CFM Cycle.


Technology of the Month: 
The Telso®Splice TS3 is a well-proven and sophisticated wire splicing system. Thanks to its strong design, it is capable of splicing from 0.26 up to 40 mm² cross section. Because of the lightweight and compact design, it is ideal for use as a portable unit on wire harness assembly boards. The same weld head can also be used in pre-fabrication and is available in various bench top and stand configurations. The Telso®Splice TS3 is programmed and controlled through a touch screen monitor with an intuitive user interface. Individual welds and sequences can be easily defined and recalled. Various welding modes and quality windows can be configured with minimal effort. The weld quality can be ensured with multiple user levels and ­ just-in-time statistical analysis. Thanks to the networking capabilities, easy data exchange and integration into Management Execution Systems is possible.

Telsonic is a valued Global Technology Partner. For more information on wire splicing or other ultrasonic welding technology
Connect with Us.
Resources Page:  Our library of technical publications and magazine articles.
Global Technology Partners Listing 
WireProcess Global Community Linkedin Group.
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