Different crimping methods for every requirement.

The crimping technique is the most widely used connection technology for wires. Crimping is a mechanical connection technology. In the joining process each wire is linked together through plastic deformation in the crimp-zone of the contact element. Crimp connections ensure high electrical and mechanical reliability. In the range of conventional round cable assemblies all common crimping technologies and systems can be processed. Foil cable (FFC cable with flat copper conductor) in a pitch of 1.27 mm and2.54 mm can be crimped.


The production of molded parts, the molding of plug connections with simultaneous sealing and strain relief as well as wrapping electronic components and assembling boards can be realized simple and individual with this procedure. Processing with low pressure also enables encapsulation of sensitive components.


While laminating, the flat copper conductor is embedded heat and pressure between top and bottom foils.  The foils on one are coated side with an adhesive system.The copper conductors lie in defined grid intervals side by side and can also be combined and produced with different grids. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing plants link processes like window-cutting, lengthwise cutting, cross cutting and a visual inspection of the FFC lines in one pass.


For the removal of insulation of laminated FFCs we use a high-precision, high-power 150 Watt CO2 laser. This enables us to expose individual cables for further processing.


The three factors that determine the quality of lead-free hand soldering the selection are more suitable soldering tools, adequate operator training, as well as strict process control by the management. Innovative and selective soldering systems are particularly suitable for flexible use for various solder joints.


State-of-the-art processing systems for all types of round cables guarantee high quality and affordable manufacture of cable fittings. Cut to length and stripping single strands, multi-core cables, twin-, motor-, control- and flat cables with modern cutting systems. The further processing of the cable ends takes place on semi and fully automatic machines.


Our Arburg injection molding machines are compact vertical plants which specifically are designed for overmolding manual inlaid insert components. The injection volume of our machines has a maximum of 40 cm³ with a ​​maximum area of 15 x 15 cm. Depending on customer request we can proccess the most diverse plastic granules (for example PA, PP, TPE, TPU, ABS).


Our point weld is a resistance welding process-based method for joining FFC connectors with gold-plated or tinned round pins. During the welding process, the used materials are connected on their point of contact under the effect of a defined force and a defined electricity with each other. Fully automatic process monitoring ensures consistent quality through monitoring the sinking depth and the welding current.


State-of-the-art mixing and dosing facilities guarantee an optimal material preparation and provide a homogeneous and flowable material that is accurate to the quantity which can be used to cast components.