BEST Releases Hands-on Cable and Wire Harness Class
BEST announces the development and release of a practically-oriented wire and cable harness assembly class. As a complement to the IPC/WHMA-A-620 Acceptability of Cable and Wire Harness class, this modularized class take a student through the building of a wire harness assembly. The cable and wire harness assembly class, based on a MIL standards and developed by military-trained instructors, will teach students how to read prints, strip and prep wire, add terminals and splices, and put together a wire harness board per print. During the class, the instructor will weave in concepts as put forth by the latest IPC/WHMA-A-620 acceptability criteria.
The class will, over a period of two days, cover the following materials:
Module 1: Lab Overview - learn how to read, review, and interpret cable and wire harness assembly prints
Module 2: Wire Prep and Solder Terminations - learn how to cut, strip, and prep wires per the standard
Module 3: Coaxial Terminations - learn the basics of cutting, stripping, and prepping a COAX connector per the standard
Module 4: Pin Crimp Terminations - learn how to terminate stamped and formed, as well as machined contacts
Module 5: IDC Terminations - learn how to terminate, test, and inspect IDC terminations using an RJ45 connector per the standard
Module 6: Splicing - learn how to prep and splice cables using a variety of methods
Module 7: Lug Crimp Termination and Inspection - techniques will be taught to students
Module 8: Harness Securing - methods and standards will be taught
Learn more about the course here or call BEST at 847-797-9250.