Specialty winding custom wire and cable

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NEWind® Specialty Winding Wire
Technical Information
New England Wire Technologies manufactures specialty winding custom wire and cable in single-end, stranded and Litz wire multiconductor cable configurations. While magnet wire in the single-end or Litz wire form is the most common winding wire, its coating has been found to be susceptible to insulation loss between winding turns, separate windings and between the winding and the ground.

NEWind® Specialty Winding Wire solves this problem by insulating the conductors with thin layers of insulation. NEWind® custom wire and cable insulation layers are extruded in either two layers (Supplementary) or three layers (Reinforced). This design ensures that defects in any one layer will not reduce the insulating ability. The result is motors and transformers that can be manufactured without additional insulation, thus reducing their cost and size. NEWind® is a high end, specialty magnet wire that replaces traditional forms of magnet wire. Cable Selection Guide

As a manufacturer of custom wire and cable products, New England Wire Technologies prides itself with having an extensive raw materials inventory that meets the needs of most of our customer orders, however we will special order products to meet specific requirements.

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New England Wire Technologies is a privately held, employee stock ownership company with a rich history dating back to 1898. Our Lisbon, NH facilities consist of over 385,000 square feet of manufacturing, quality/testing, tooling/machine fabrication and office space. We are an ISO9001:2008 registered company with more than 350 employees operating three shifts, five days a week.

New England Wire Technologies in Lisbon, NH is the primary and largest corporation in the MJM Holdings Group manufacturing all of the wire and cable sold under the New England Wire Technologies name. Other subsidiaries include New England Catheter (Lisbon, NH), Bay Associates Wire Technologies (Fremont, CA and Santa Ana, Mexico).

Whether working with customer supplied specification or designing to a unique requirement, New England Wire Technologies' design teams develop innovative, one-of-a-kind wire and cable solutions. On-site manufacturing processes include wire drawing, plating, braid, cabling and extrusion services. And, since all of our proprietary equipment and tooling is designed and built in-house, we have complete control while also offering quick modifications when needed. Through true vertical integration of manufacturing processes our customers' design-to-market curve is the shortest in the industry.

Products

Our custom Litz, braids, cables & strands, ultra flexible single, multiconductor & coaxial cables are manufactured to meet exacting specifications for the medical, automotive, communications, computer, industrial electronics, robotics, and high-energy physics industries.

Capabilities

Thanks to the expertise of our people and the true vertical integration of our manufacturing approach, we can ensure that your design-to-market curve is the shortest in the industry. We design and build most of our own equipment and tooling, so we can offer a level of manufacturing agility that yields custom wire and cable products of exceptionally high quality in remarkably fast time frames.

Industries

New England Wire Technologies serves the gamut of industries worldwide…medical, industrial, scientific, military/aerospace, alternative power, audio/video…anywhere quality custom cable is required to improve your product.

Product Selection Guide

New England Wire Technologies specializes in custom cable design and manufacturing. We work with customers from design through production run to deliver cable that will meet your exact need. This Product Selection Guide is designed to give an overview of our capabilities and examples of common cable solutions. We hope you will use if for reference when discussing your unique requirements with our wire specialists. We are currently redesigning this guide, however have posted a .pdf file that is very large and may, depending on your internet speed, take a few minutes to load.

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