Wire Harness Assembly Automation


Wire Harness Assembly Automation

Wire Harness, often known as well as cable harness or wiring assembly, is a kind of wire grouping, or subassemblies designed to transmit signals or electrical power. A basic wire harness may include as few as two simple components on one wire, while the more classic harnesses include many more wires and other passive, and potentially active, components.

These processes include but are not limited to the following:

A. Installing the wires and/or subassemblies on the assembly board.

B. Routing wires and/or subassemblies through any required sleeves.

C. Applying wraps, ties, or tapes, particularly on any branch-outs.

D. Crimping terminals onto wires, especially if more than one wire goes into one terminal.


Why do we need wire processing Automation

It is difficult to automate the processes used in the building of a wire harness. Manual production remains more cost effective than automation, especially with small batch sizes. Pre-production or kitting of a harness can be somewhat automated.

This would impact the following steps:

1. Cutting and identifying individual wires (cutting/stripping machine).

2. Crimping terminals onto one or both sides of the wire.

3. Partial plugging of wires pre-fitted with terminals into connector housings.

4. Soldering of wire ends (solder machine).

5. Twisting wires.

Bozhiwang Automation Equipment Co., Ltd. has 18-year experience in providing customers with different wire processing solutions. It can fulfill most tasks in normal wire harness assembly industry, such as wire cutting, stripping, twisting, tinning, terminal crimping, plug or connector insertion. In 2nd quarter of 2019, Bozhiwang has developed and launched new standard and customized products for more complicated wire/cable processing in automobile wiring and other manufacturing.




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