Technical Articles

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C&M Corporation


C&M Corporation has published these technical articles:

(Wire and Cable)
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A leading robotics manufacturer who was experiencing regular failures in a high flex cable utilized in automotive manufacturing operations approached C&M for design assistance.... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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C&M Corporation, a manufacturer of high performance cables and assemblies, has been selected by a major medical device OEM as their cable assembly partner for a new handheld surgical imaging device.... (View Full Article)
(Medical)
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A leading medical company approached C&M about an interconnect system that they required for their new generations of infant monitoring products.... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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Take a close look at industrial automation or military systems, and youâ ll probably see a coil cord or two. You may not give them a second thought, but you should. These retractable power and signal... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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While the terminology sounds similar, when it comes to wire and cable design, "flexibility" and "flex life" could not be more different. While cable designers know the truth about the differences... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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A leader in factory automation contacted C&M about a need for higher temperature polyurethane cables for use in one of their most important product lines... (View Full Article)
(Electrical and Electronic Contract Manufacturing)
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Successful cable designs begin with understanding the application and the OEM's performance expectations... (View Full Article)
(Medical)
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A defibrillator OEM offered its customers the option to interface with land-line and cell phones, enabling the transmission of real-time defibrillator data... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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While a molded cable assembly can offer significant advantages over a similar product of a mechanical construction, the art of insert molding remains somewhat of a mystery to cable assembly consumers.... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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For many users of Ethernet products, terms like Category Cable, NEXT, Insertion Loss, and Return Loss are terms that appear to require an electrical engineering degree in order to understand. While an... (View Full Article)
(Wire and Cable)
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A leading company in the field of veterinary imaging approached C&M Corporation looking for an interconnect assembly for their high-end x-ray equipment.... (View Full Article)