In this issue Redies reports on drawing copper plated welding wire. Read about rope wires from the cradle of German wire drawing. Ideal presents the double pressure ‘DD0 104’ welding machine. Videx reports about a technical breakthrough in the feed control. Rosendahl is introducing the first extrusion line for hairpin wires. ‘Fireguard’ PVC compounds from Teknor Apex are alternatives to fluoropolymers. Delta Tecnic optimises the colouring of special TPU cables. Woywod reports on the monitoring of the material flow of different granules at the outlet of the dosing unit. The ‘D series’ from Niehoff now consists of eight different sized models designed for conductor cross-sections from 0.013mm² to 500mm².
Spirka and Wardwell have an impressive program of taping units, rewinding machines and payoffs. Supertek sets new standards in winding technology. Windak’s ‘AR series’ packing systems meets the global demand for solar cables. Increasing demands have led Kurre to expand its family of flange driven winders.
We wish you an interesting read.
P.S.: Next year from 15 to 19 April ‘wire 2024’ will take place in Düsseldorf, Germany. Your magazine WIRE has its own booth C 03 in hall 9.