ISO 9001:2015


ISO 14001:2015




ISO 9001:2015


ISO 14001:2015



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We provide the best quality Wire Harness for customers around the world.

✓ Ultra fast cutting and stripping 

✓ Powerful drive axles for extremely high transport speeds

✓ Wire Feed parts can be changed without tools

✓ Minimal setup due to unique sensors

✓ Memory for process parameters

✓ Processing set for short wire lengths 

✓ Expandable o 12 Line

✓ Large Spacious Assembly Area

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Streamline Your Manufacturing Process


We pride ourselves in being the most sought after, one-stop solution provider  in the marketplace for box-build plastic molded parts both electrical /electronic goods and static goods

Wire Harness Process

Design and Engineering

  • Analyze customer requirements and develop a detailed design plan using CAD software.
  • Create a schematic diagram of the wire harness to show the connection between each wire and the components it connects to.

  • 1st Step

    Material Selection

  • Choose appropriate wire gauge, insulation, and conductor material.
  • Select connector type, pins, and housings that fit application requirements.

  • 2nd Step

    Cutting and Stripping:

  • Cut wire to required length using an automated cutting machine.
  • Strip insulation from wire ends using an automated stripping machine.

  • 3rd Step

    Terminal Crimping

  • Crimp terminals onto wire ends using a crimping machine.
  • Perform SPI to ensure correct crimping and terminal placement.

  • 4th Step

    Harness Assembly

  • Connect wires according to schematic diagram, using connectors, pins, and housings.
  • Secure wires in place using tape, cable ties, or sleeves.
  • Cover crimped terminals using heat shrink tubing or soldering.

  • 5th Step


  • Test completed wire harness using advanced testing equipment.
  • Perform necessary adjustments or modifications to improve performance.

  • 6th Step

    Frequently Asked Question

    A wire harness is a group of wires that we bundle together with connectors, terminals, and other components. We use it to transmit electrical power and signals between different components in a system.

    There are several types of wire harnesses that we can provide, including custom wire harnesses, automotive wire harnesses, aerospace wire harnesses, military wire harnesses, and medical wire harnesses.

    We typically make our wire harnesses from copper wire, connectors, and insulation materials such as PVC, polyethylene, and Teflon. The specific materials we use depend on the application and environment in which the harness will be used.

    The process for making a wire harness involves designing the harness, selecting the appropriate components, cutting and stripping the wires, crimping the terminals onto the wires, assembling the harness, and testing it to ensure it meets the required specifications. Our experienced team of professionals will handle every step of this process with utmost care.

    Using a wire harness can help simplify the wiring process, reduce the risk of wire damage, improve the reliability of the electrical system, and make maintenance and repairs easier. We ensure that our wire harnesses provide these benefits to our customers.

    Our wire harnesses undergo a variety of tests including continuity testing, insulation resistance testing, and high-potential testing. These tests ensure that the harness is functioning properly and meets the required specifications.

    Yes, wire harnesses can be repaired by replacing damaged components, repairing broken wires, and fixing other issues. However, it is often more cost-effective to replace the entire harness if it is extensively damaged or if the repairs would be too complex. Our team of experts can help you determine the best course of action for your specific situation.

    Choosing the right wire harness for an application involves considering factors such as the required voltage and current, the number of wires needed, the temperature and environmental conditions, and any specific industry or safety standards that must be met. We can work with you to determine the best wire harness solution for your specific needs.

    The lifespan of a wire harness can vary depending on the application and the conditions in which it is used. Proper maintenance and care can help extend the lifespan of the harness, but it may eventually need to be replaced due to wear and tear or obsolescence. We ensure that our wire harnesses are built to last, and we can provide guidance on how to properly care for and maintain your wire harness.

    The lead time for custom wire harnesses can vary depending on the complexity of the design, the availability of components, and the production capacity of our manufacturing company. We work closely with our customers to ensure that their custom wire harness is delivered on time and meets the required specifications. We take pride in our ability to provide quality products and services within a reasonable timeframe.

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