cable assembly

cable assembly
cable assembly

Cable assembly for all areas of application

With our extensive experience and a highly specialized supplier network, we assemble cables for a variety of applications and industries. Our wide range of cable assemblies covers all sectors - from automotive engineering to aerospace, medical technology, industrial applications and many other areas. Our experienced engineers are your reliable partner, even for the most complex cable configurations.

The development and production of individual connectors and magnetic plugs is also one of our competencies.

Our offer is aimed at companies of all sizes, from small start-ups to large corporations. From an order quantity of 500 pieces, we are able to manufacture and deliver tailor-made cables. Our customers appreciate our flexibility, reliability and our focus on the highest quality.

For a Services we need a technical drawing or a description of the technical requirements and the application. We would also be happy to provide you with detailed advice personally, so that we can make you the best possible offer.


We assemble for you:

  • Harnesses: Machine, mains connections, car and special applications
    Integration of components, sheathing and bindings, protective braids and shields
  • Hybrid cable (single cable systems)
  • miniature cable
  • cable sets: Complete, single strands, measuring strands
  • Network cables / data cables / Ethernet lines:
    • Slim-SAS HD cable (internal / external)
    • single pair lines
    • with twisted wire pairs (twisted pair), – also with ferrite and strain relief
    • ribbon (FFC)
    • D-SUB (9 – 62 pin), HD D-SUB, USB, ATA, S-ATA, IDE, DVI, VGA, DMS-59,
      DisplayPort, CAT (up to CAT. 7) etc.
    • EMC shielding
  • LCD and flat screen connection cable eg LVDS, HDMI
  • coaxial:
    HF lines (N, MCX, NMCX, SMA, SMB, F, FME, TNC, BNC)
    Antenna cable, measurement cable, sensor cable, monitor RGB cable
  • spiral cable, telephone cable
  • Cable with overmoulded plugs
  • special cable
  • Cables with magnetic connectors >>

What is cable assembly?

Cable assembly refers to the process of assembling cables and connectors into a complete wire harness or harness. This process includes cutting, stripping, crimping, soldering, labeling, and bundling wires and connectors to create a high-quality, reliable connection. Cable assembly is often used in the electronics and automotive industries and often requires special tools and know-how. Therefore, it can be advantageous to outsource this process to an experienced cable assembly service provider to ensure high quality and reliability of the cable assemblies.

What types of cables are there?

There are a variety of cable types designed for different applications and purposes. The differences between cable types lie in their specific characteristics, including transmission speed, transmission distance, cable length, signal quality, and the type of signal they carry. Choosing the right type of cable for a specific application depends on various factors, such as the type of device to be connected and the desired transmission speed and quality.


This is a cable in which a cylindrical inner conductor is surrounded by a cylindrical outer conductor that serves as a shield. Coaxial cable is widely used for the transmission of TV signals, radio frequencies, internet connections and video surveillance systems.

Ethernet cable

These are cables used to transmit network data. There are different types of Ethernet cables including Cat5, Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat7. Each category differs in terms of data transfer rate, maximum cable length, and transmission frequency.

USB cable

These cables are used to connect peripherals to computers or other devices. There are different types of USB cables, including USB-A, USB-B, USB-C, and mini-USB.

HDMI cable

This is a type of cable used to transmit high-definition audio and video between devices such as TVs, Blu-ray players, and gaming consoles.

power cable

Power cords are used to carry electrical energy from a power source to a device. There are different types of power cords, including power cords, extension cords, power distribution strips, and adapters.

Audio and Video Cable

These cables are used to carry audio and video signals between devices such as TVs, speakers, and amplifiers. Examples of audio and video cables are RCA cables, 3,5mm jack cables, and optical audio cables.

hybrid cable

Hybrid cables are special cables that combine several functions in one cable. For example, they can transmit different types of signals at the same time or deliver several different current strengths. Hybrid cables consist of different components and are therefore able to fulfill different tasks in one cable. An example of a hybrid cable is the power and signal transmission cable, which transmits both power and signals. Such cables are typically used in applications that require a reliable power supply and the simultaneous transmission of signals, such as industrial controls. Hybrid cables can come in a variety of sizes, configurations, and specifications, and are often custom-made for specific applications. They are usually durable and robust to meet the high demands of industrial applications.

Connector types cable assembly
Connector types cable assembly

Assembly with all types of connectors, such as:

  • Ethernet connectors, such as RJ45, RJ12, RJ11
  • USB connector, such as USB Type A, USB Type B, Micro USB, Mini USB, USB-C
  • HDMI connector
  • Coaxial connector, such as F connector, BNC connector, SMA connector
  • Fiber optic connectors (FC, LC, MU, SC, ST, URM ...)
  • M5, M8, M12, M16, ... (D- X- coded)
  • VGA, DVI, DisplayPort
  • D-SUB (9-62 pin), HD D-SUB
  • RF connectors (BNC, TNC, SMA, RP …)
  • DIL/DIP connectors
  • IDC connector
  • Chinch connector
  • Automotive connector
  • Board to Board, Board to Wire, FFC, FPC
  • Custom Connectors >>

There are a variety of cable connectors used depending on the application and the specifications required. Choosing the right cable connector depends on the specific requirements of the application, such as transmission speed, signal type, voltage, current and number of contacts.

USB plug

USB connectors are the most common and are used in many applications including computers, cell phones, cameras, tablets and other devices. There are different types of USB connectors including USB Type-A, USB Type-B, Micro-USB, Mini-USB, and USB-C. USB-C connectors are currently the latest and most widely used version as they offer higher transfer speeds and greater compatibility with different devices.

HDMI connector

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connectors are connectors used for the transmission of digital audio and video data. HDMI connectors are widely used in consumer electronics such as televisions, Blu-ray players, game consoles, computers and AV receivers to enable high-quality audio and video transmission.
There are different types of HDMI connectors, including standard HDMI connector (Type A), mini HDMI connector (Type C), and micro HDMI connector (Type D). The standard HDMI connector is the most commonly used connector and has 19 pins, while the mini HDMI connector and micro HDMI connector are used for smaller devices such as smartphones and tablets. HDMI connectors are attached to the ends of HDMI cables to create a connection between two devices. The plug is inserted into the device's HDMI socket to transmit audio and video data. HDMI connectors provide digital signal transmission that offers higher picture and sound quality than analog connections.

Ethernet connector

Ethernet connectors are connectors used to transmit data over Ethernet networks and typically come in a variety of speeds, ranging from 10 Mbps to 100 Gbps. Ethernet is a computer network connection standard that allows data to be exchanged between computers, servers, and other network devices.
There are different types of Ethernet connectors used in practice, including RJ45, RJ11 and RJ12 connectors. The RJ45 connector is the most common connector for Ethernet connections and is used for most network connections.

audio connector

Audio plugs are used to transmit audio signals from various devices such as headphones, speakers and audio systems. There are different types of audio plugs including 3,5mm jack plugs, RCA plugs and XLR plugs. Jack plugs can be mono (single channel) or stereo (two channel). The difference lies in the number of ring contacts on the connector. A mono jack has only one ring contact, while a stereo jack has two ring contacts.

power plug

Power plugs are used to transmit power from sources such as outlets and batteries to various devices and components. There are different types of power plugs, including AC power cord plugs and DC power plugs.

coaxial connector

A coaxial connector is an electrical connector designed specifically for coaxial cable. Coaxial cables are cables consisting of a central conductive wire surrounded by an insulating layer and an outer conductive screen. Coaxial connectors are used to connect coaxial cables to devices such as TVs, radios, antennas, satellite dishes, security cameras, modems, and other electronic devices. There are different types of coaxial connectors including F-connectors, BNC-connectors, N-connectors and SMA-connectors. For example, F-connectors are most commonly used for TV and cable connections. BNC connectors are typically used for surveillance and video applications, while N connectors are commonly used in military, industrial, and scientific applications. Coaxial connectors are designed to create a stable and reliable connection between the coaxial cable and the connected device. They are usually made from sturdy materials such as brass or stainless steel and feature a central pin that inserts into the coaxial slot of the attached device. The outer shield of the coaxial cable is then connected to the connector to create a secure and stable connection.

fiber optic connector

Fiber optic connectors are connectors that were specially developed for connecting fiber optic cables (FO). Fiber optics are used to transmit data and information over long distances at high speeds by passing light signals through a thin glass fiber. There are different types of fiber optic connectors including FC, SC, ST, LC, MTRJ, E2000 and others. Each type has its own specific characteristics and uses. Fiber optic connectors are important to create a reliable connection between fiber optic cables. They are usually made from durable materials such as plastic or metal and are precision engineered to ensure the fiber ends are perfectly aligned and that there is no data loss. Fiber optic connectors are used in a variety of applications such as telecommunications networks, local area networks, data centers, medical equipment, military systems and many other applications where fast and reliable transmission of large amounts of data is required.

We manufacture cable harnesses, among other things, for machine, mains connections, motor vehicle and special applications from medium quantities. We can also support you with the construction. The complex wiring harnesses contain all the necessary components, such as electronic and mechanical components, sheathing and ties, protective braids and shields.

Especially in the production of cable harnesses, a high proportion of the production is still done manually. Due to our production in Asia, we can offer cable harnesses on economical terms. For a non-binding evaluation of your request, simply send us the technical drawing or technical specifications and the required annual quantity as well as the project duration.

References of manufactured wire harnesses

What is a wiring harness?

A wire harness is a collection of electrical wires and wires that are grouped together in a specific arrangement. A wiring harness can also be referred to as a wiring harness or cable set. Wire harnesses are often used in the automotive, aerospace, heavy industry and electronics industries.

In the automotive industry, for example, wire harnesses are used in the wiring of the vehicle's electronics. In this case, several cables and plugs are connected to one another in order to create the required connections. Wiring harnesses are particularly advantageous here, as they organize the cables in a neat and space-saving way, allowing for easy installation and maintenance.

Cable harnesses are also used in aerospace and heavy industry to wire complex systems. Wiring harnesses are often used here to facilitate the wiring of various sensors, actuators and other electronic components.

In the electronics industry, wire harnesses are often used in the manufacture of electronic devices. The cable harnesses are often assembled and tested in advance to enable easy integration into the end product.

Typically, wire harnesses are custom made for a specific application and to the specific needs of the customer. Wire harnesses can consist of various components such as cables, connectors, contacts, fasteners and heat shrink tubing. Careful planning and design of the wiring harness is crucial to ensure reliable and error-free wiring.

More than just cable assembly:
Also individual housing solutions and input components we manufacture customer-specifically.


We assemble cables, data cables, high-frequency cables, microphone cables, automotive cables, automotive wiring harnesses, control cables, digital cables, network cables, video cables, network cables, signal cables, high-voltage cables for the medical, automotive, control and regulation technology sectors, as well as entertainment electronics.