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  • Crimping is a process for mechanically attaching specialised connectors to multi-strand wiring.

  • There are literally thousands of different types of crimp for different applications.

  • Each type of crimp has a dedicated crimping tool to apply it. In this video we'll look

  • at the Molex connector. The Molex push connects several multi-stranded wires at the same time.

  • The Molex crimps have two sets of 'wings', inner and outer. The wings clamp on to the

  • core of the wire and onto the plastic insulation to provide mechanical strength. To begin with

  • remove about three millimeters of the casing from the end of the wire with a pair of wire

  • strippers. Open the tool and slot the crimp into the correct sized jaw. Keep the end of

  • the crimp level with the surface of the tool. Ratched the handle of the crimping tool to

  • close the jaws around the crimp holding it in place. Insert the stripped wire end until

  • the plastic insulation is inside the outer wings of the crimp. Apply pressure to the

  • tool to crush the wings onto the wire. Release the crimp and inspect it carefully to make

  • sure that the plastic insulation is not inside the inner set of wings. If the plastic insulation

  • is inside the inner wings this is a bad connection and it must be redone. If you examine the

  • crimp carefully you'll notice that at the top of the crimp there is a tiny spring. When

  • you push the connector into the connector housing, the spring is compressed and then

  • with a click engages with the hole at the end of the housing preventing the crimp from

  • coming loose.

Crimping is a process for mechanically attaching specialised connectors to multi-strand wiring.

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圧着。モレックスコネクター (Crimping: Molex Connectors)

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    許仁達 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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