Fortunately, it is not necessary to make use of our engineering team to take advantage of our engineering expertise. Our engineering team has applied their years of industry experience to develop design resource documentation for each of our product lines. By sharing their knowledge and experience in these easy-to-use guides, our engineers empower your team to undertake the specification process independently of the manufacturing process. Details about coatings, tolerances, installation and assembly, and the unique design considerations for each product line are concisely presented. Each guide includes all of the critical cable and cable assembly information to assist your team in the specification of your cabling project.
Motion Control Cables Design Guide
There are many common, everyday applications that use efficient and reliable Cablecraft controls. These applications include automotive seat releases, lawn mower throttle controls, and airplane seat back controls. Some uses of controls are obvious and visible, while others are not. Simple and lightweight controls for dependable...
Cycle-Flex™ Design Guide
The Cablecraft “Cycle-Flex™ Design Guide” is a comprehensive reference of design considerations for the specification of Cycle-Flex miniature cables. Some of the topics covered in this Guide include:
Safety & Restraint Design Guide
The Cablecraft “General Applications / Safety & Restraint Design Guide” is a comprehensive reference of design considerations for the specification of general use cables and cable assemblies. Some of the topics covered in this Guide include:
DBM/DBF – 4-Piece, Bronze Race, Oil Impregnated, Metric
EM/EF – Commercial, 2-Piece, Metal to Metal
EM-M/EF-M – Commercial, 2-Piece, Metal to Metal, Metric
EM-T/ EF-T – Commercial, 2-Piece, PTFE Lined
MJ-M/FJ-M – Molded Race, Self-Lubricating, Metric
SPM/SPF – Molded Race, Self-Lubricating
SSPM/SSPF – Stainless Steel, Molded Race, Self-Lubricating
HOT-Race High-Temp Rod Ends & Linkages
Calculating Minimum Bend Radius for Cable Systems
Choosing the Best Control Cable for Your Application
Choosing the Proper Conduit for Your Application
Swaged vs Shuttle Molded Conduit Fittings
Swaged vs Die Cast Cable Components
Constructional Stretch and Elastic Stretch: Do They Alter Your Cable Design?
Introducing Pulleys Into Cable Systems: Key Factors to Consider for Your Design
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