DRM-WHA-A explains all the basic acceptance criteria for wire harness assemblers, crimp operators, even QA personnel. This handy reference and training tool is a great way to help explain the most important requirements from the industry standard on Wire Harness Acceptability, IPC-WHMA-A-620. Using easy-to-understand computer-generated graphics and language geared towards the most basic factory-level employees, this guide will help insure that your company products meet the required industry standards. REPLACEMENT FOR DRM-56 Expanded to 59 pages and updated to Revision A of the IPC-WHMA-A-620, this Training and Reference Guide illustrates the critical acceptance criteria for Wire Harness Assembly.
DRM-WHA covers: wire types, gauges, insulation stripping, wire tinning, terminals and contact types, coaxial cables, IPC product categories and acceptance criteria, wire preparation, strand and insulation damage, conductor deformations, open and closed barrel crimp definitions and criteria, crimp deformations, cut-off tabs, punctures, insulation support crimps, inspection windows, bellmouth, conductor crimp requirements, conductor brush, closed barrel crimps, insulation damage, ribbon cable, discrete wire, cup terminals and a glossary of related wire harness terminology.