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Helping automakers is not a new challenge for Jabil Inc. In fact, the company has been providing quality-control systems, design services and electronics manufacturing to them for nearly 35 years.
Designing, assembling and testing aerospace wire harnesses present unique challenges to harness manufacturers.
Ducati motorcycles are sleek, sporty and stylish. But don’t let their appearance fool you. Beneath the façade lies sophisticated motoring technology.
Hula hoops, irrigation hose, golf clubs and the exciter coils for generators on nuclear submarines. These are just a few of the extraordinary products that have been wrapped with tape using equipment designed and built by CAM Innovation.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. is a major player in the global business-aviation market due to its well-respected G series of aircraft (G150, G200, G450, G550 and G650). So it’s no surprise that the company operates manufacturing and mainte-nance facilities around the world, including several in the United States and one each in London and Mexico.
Unfortunately, like many OEMs, Northwest Regulator Supply was struggling by the start of the 21st century.
Lots of tool makers say their products are ergonomic. Few of them actually prove it.
New equipment addresses changeover and repeatability issues.
BANNOCKBURN, IL—Significant technical updates, greater ease-of-use and compatibility with other key assembly standards are among the many changes engineers will find in the newly released B revision of IPC/WHMA-A-620, Requirements and Acceptance for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies.
This is the nation’s largest dedicated wire processing event. Last year’s show represented over 35 states and 29 countries and marked the largest event in the show’s history with over 160 exhibitors. Show producers hope to again create a world-class marketplace.Read More