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Finding a Better Way to Serve at Fourstar
Every company is driven by core beliefs. At Fourstar, we take our tagline, “Finding a Better Way,” seriously. We apply this when we are working with customers, getting them to market on time, or helping test engineers with their supply chain needs to meet tooling and test requirements. But complex box builds and electronic assembly exposures aren’t all we are focused on.
How and Why Wire Harnessing Is Done
Wire harnesses—sometimes called cable harnesses—are custom-designed for each particular application. The harness could be designed for a small electrical enclosure, a large piece of construction equipment, or an aircraft. The wire harness can save a lot of time in the manufacturing of products by pre-cutting, terminating with the proper connectors, and bundling them in a neat and compact package.
Delivering Electronic Enclosures with Varied Complex Cable Content
Most basic cable testing consists of point-to-point verification of the wiring against the requirements, but sometimes—in the world of contract manufacturing, and value added services—the requirements of each wire harness assembly are not as straightforward.
Improved Success with a Proven Process
In the wire harness assembly and custom cable industry, there’s one requirement that probably is the most critical to the customer: that the cable assembly is delivered 100% electrically correct to the customer’s application. Unfortunately, errors often occur and drive frustrated customers from one harness supplier to the next, looking to end their mis-wires once and for all.
Topics: Wire Harness Assembly