Wire Processing Essentials

Lozano, J. Ruben
March 2013
Wire & Cable Technology International;Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p176
Trade Publication
The article offers information about wire processing management. It states that wire products should have three base principles including high quality, matching client expectations and perceived value of wires. It also discusses the importance of process management resource (PMR) which is essential for controlled retraction in order to prevent damages to the conductor core materials.


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