Category:

Cables

Persistence pays off
for both parties

Nils Jäger | 14. October 2020

Winning a customer is rarely an easy way. And this often requires a certain tenacity. Sometimes it takes what feels like an eternity to find the right contact person in a company. But sometimes this persistence pays off. Obstacles always cross your way Sales activities can certainly be looked at from several points of view. […]

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Why do cables have different colours?

Stefan Wehrmann | 7. October 2020

The market is full of countless cables. And they all have different colours. “A colourful bouquet full of safety” so to speak. But why do cables have different colours anyway? The cable structure and different colours We have already reported on the structure in detail here. In view of the different colouring of cables, here […]

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igus at the D-Expo Metal

Volker Beissel | 7. October 2020

Virtual trade shows have become the new norm for us since April. Besides our own permanent exhibition in Cologne KMI (Köln Messe igus), we also take part in other exhibitions. The most recent event for the machine tool industry was D-Expo Metall (https://www.hanser-tagungen.de/en/d-expo-kunststoff). Within this framework, I was able to present exclusively some of our […]

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Which jacket material for which industry?

Jan Arnoldy | 1. October 2020

We have already explained our different jacket qualities in another article. But, which outer jacket quality do I actually need for a cable in a certain application or industry? I am frequently asked this question and therefore in this article I would like to show some common industry solutions as examples for the outer jacket […]

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Tips & tricks on how to solder with high quality

Beke Nieszytka | 30. September 2020

At first sight the process of soldering looks simple, but on closer inspection it is a complicated process that needs to be mastered. The freely manually tin-plated contact is very much dependent on the person carrying out the work as well as on the temperature, the solder used and the size of the components to be connected and is subject to certain fluctuations. Correct soldering must therefore be learned. If you observe a few criteria and with a little practice, soldering is no problem.

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