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Visitors to the Cablespeed stand at Southern Electronics will be able to see an automated solution that is claimed to speed-up the process of cutting and stripping cables.

As well as automating cutting, stripping and terminating, the CR 11 is claimed to be able to handle a high mix of wire types in low volume runs.

The CR 11 can handle wires from 30AWG to 5mm diameter with wire lengths from 25mm to 100m.

Strip lengths can be set between 0.1mm and 32mm.

Length accuracy is ensured by a closed-loop servo feed system.

The wire gripper is designed to guarantee accurate placement into terminals while the stripper reduces the gap between grippers enabling even light gauge wires to be processed.

A quick-change tool cart system allows for preloading of terminal reels to minimise machine changeover time.

The carts combine both transport and storage of reels and applicators while the universal cart design copes with both side feed and end feed terminals.

The servo-driven termination unit allows for programmable stroke and split cycle operation to handle the widest range of applications including closed barrel terminals.

There is also a fully integrated crimp force monitor.

Options include a micrometer and pull tester to verify crimping parameters prior to production.

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show

The Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show is the South’s top industrial business event. The show concentrates virtually every aspect of manufacturing and industrial activity into a single, easily accessible venue. This makes it possible for visitors to experience an extraordinary range of suppliers and technologies in a single visit. Entry and car parking is free, and FIVE is easily accessible by road or public transport.

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2011 takes place on February 16th and 17th, at FIVE, Farnborough – right next to Farnborough Airport. Another 750 square meters of exhibition space has been added to the venue for 2011 and the number of companies taking part is expected to exceed 600, making it the largest event ever staged.  

In addition to the huge variety of hardware on display, the show hosts an extremely popular free technical seminar programme. Running over both days and in two theatres, the seminars cover a wide range of topics that are highly relevant to anyone involved in engineering-related business. Sessions will include designing for commercial success, team management, CE marking, the latest developments in additive manufacture, Lean/Six Sigma and many others. Full details can be found on the show website.

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