We take a close look at quality requirements for manual tools for cutting, stripping and crimping. From the preparation to the testing of crimp connections. Problems and errors that may occur and how to solve or avoid them. We look at the different types of crimp terminals, their characteristics and their particularities during manual processing. We also explore current industry standards and explain ways how to achieve optimum quality for your own applications.
This training module is useful for in-house training and further education of machine setters and production personnel. It can be used as a basis for training as well as a reference source.
The content of this training module is based on the Reference book: "Hand tools in cable processing".
What’s the difference to the e-book then?
Due to the interactive structure of the training module, you can browse through the individual application files like in a book, but in the format of your computer screen. A table of contents makes it possible to select specific topics or to scroll back and forth within the topics. Animations show schematic diagrams of processes such as stripping wires, etc.
This documentation system is not a video, though. The system was created using Macromedia Flash and is provided as a interactive application.
|Publication type: Interactive application||Target Group: In-house training and continuing education|