Modules and Stations
Schäfer crimping applicators are suitable for making reliable connections between terminals and wires of different cross sections. With the swivel head the crimping height can be accurately adjusted in steps of 0.02 mm in both the wire and the insulation area.
Standard applicators with mechanical or pneumatic feed mechanism are available for common crimp processes. For development of new models, Schäfer can draw upon a vast experience to meet specific customer needs.
For reproducible wire stripping processes Schäfer supplies a wide spectrum of standard stripping modules and provides development of customer-specific modules.
The standard modules are intended for regular stripping processes. They are available with various features and functionalities. These modules are designed to be used in combination with Schäfer crimping applicators on crimping machines.
Seal-Module SSM with Seal-Kit SSK
Schäfer’s semi and fully automatic processing machines can be fitted with equipment for attaching seals to wires. The seal kit SSK spaces the seals and feeds them to the seal module SSM-1 in the correct position.
This module applies the seals to the cables in a precise and fast manner. Different seal types including mini seals and hard shell seals can be applied.
Forming terminals to the desired shape prior to crimping, bending modules can be attached to crimping applicators or bending stations can be integrated into the processing line.
This in-process bending benefits in that reels can be used that hold more terminals thanks to the latter’s flat shape. Thus machine downtime due to reel changes can be significantly reduced.
Tinning Station FA 400 LF
The tinning station FA 400 LF was specifically developed for use on automatic cable processing machines and allows wire strands to be tinned smoothly and efficiently by the wave tinning process.
Reduced slag formation cuts maintenance and servicing costs. Thanks to its compact, lightweight construction, the tinning station is easy to handle and requires little space on automated wire processing systems.