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Bus cables designed for continuous-flex
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Design Basics: Continuous-Flex Cables
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Webinar: Reducing Downtime and Eliminating Cable Failure
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Inside the continous-flex cable test lab
In this interactive eBook, igus® cable experts reveal their tried and true development and testing methods used to create guaranteed chainflex® continuous-flex cables.
Data cables designed for continuous-flex and EMI resistance
This video explains why utilizing cables with tight braid angle shielding provides superior EMI resistance while moving and has higher resistance to breakdown.
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7 Guidelines for Continuous Flex Cables
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e-chain® reel for mobile shore power
Connect different vessel types Special energy chain® guides & protects cables Lengths of up to 328 feet Easy and safe handling Longer service life at lower cost
7 Cable Management Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making
Advances in automation technology mean that certain cable management rules have become outdated. In this tech talk, uncover seven common cable management mistakes as well as how to avoid them.
Cable Distribution Rules You Need to Obey
Uncover the main rules of cable management to ensure your cables have a long life.
Cablenews – straight from the igus® laboratory – SPS2016
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Robot cables designed for continuous-flex and torsion
This video explains why choosing a robot cable designed for continuous flex is superior in applications that involve torsional motion. The design of these optimized cables ensure their performance for
Control Cables designed for continuous-flex
This video explains why choosing a cable designed for continuous flex is superior to a standard cable with a layered design. This is especially important when cable corkscrewing is present. Click here
Bus cables designed for continuous-flex
This video explains why choosing a cable designed for continuous-flex is superior to a cable that is simply "chain suitable" to ensure permanent signal quality. Click here to learn more about chainfle
Caring for Cables
This tech talk goes over the basics of caring for cables, along with giving a few advanced tips that even the most experienced engineer could learn from.
7 Guidelines for Cable Installation
Review 7 rules to maximize service life and performance of cables in your next application.
Quality features of a high-end bus cable
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Project highlight: Cables and Cable Carriers on the Memorial Bridge, Portsmouth, NH
In 2014 the memorial bridge originally designed in 1922 by J.A.L. Waddell was replaced by a new bridge with cutting-edge technology. The new design maintains the spirit of the old design, but employs
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