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Whether the design of inter-connectivity solutions for machine tool application or a wiring harness for a vehicle, PP C&A has significant experience in the production of a multitude of cable harnesses.
The design and quality of any cable harness cannot be over stated as the vast majority of “failure” in any associated electrical system is inferior quality of connectivity. One “poor crimp” in an entire and often complex control system can cause machine failure and costly down time, this is why PP C&A has invested millions of pounds in automated production and test equipment for cable harnesses and utilise a 100% test regime to ensure reliability and performance for the customer.
PP C&A can now process cables at over 5 metres per second, which means it is now 20% faster, whilst still maintaining the same accuracy.
This Artos CRX33-GVM investment is PP C&A’s latest commitment to automation and underlines the importance it plays in making manufacturing processes as productive as possible.
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As the years have gone by, the relationship between the two businesses has become more interlinked, with PP C&A increasingly being asked to be involved in the design stage of new machine builds.
Watch how Ishida realised their growth potential by making outsourcing part of their manufacturing strategy.
PP Control & Automation has had the opportunity to publish a variety of articles in the UK’s leading journals for the manufacturing industries.
During the design engineering discussions, it quickly became apparent that a more value-added design would be beneficial, allowing for a modular, configurable and pre-wired (Plug & play) style solution with significant benefit.
Inventor-e was established in 2001 as a technology business to provide point-of-use solutions to industrial manufacturers and the facilities management markets.
We believe in meeting you, listening and understanding your needs first and foremost. If you are considering outsourcing for the first time or you wish to review your current outsourcing strategies, we would welcome the opportunity for discussion.