Solutions For Complex Wire, Cable, and Assembly Projects
Minnesota Wire Custom Designs, Develops, and Manufactures Wire, Cable, and Interconnect Assemblies.
We excel at solving unique and difficult interconnect problems.
Minnesota Wire has been engineering and manufacturing custom solutions for complex cable assemblies since 1968. We are a full-service development and manufacturing house for wire, cable, harness, and interconnect assemblies.
We are vertically integrated.
Vertical integration is a rarity in the wire and cable business. It means we can expedite your project from concept to production—all in our facilities. Our in-house capabilities include concept design, prototyping, design verification, production, and product validation.
Whether you need wire and cable, or wire and cable assemblies with custom connectors in a unique configuration, we would welcome the opportunity to assist you with your next custom project.
Industries We Serve
We design, test, and manufacture custom wire, cable, and cable assemblies. Complete electrical solutions, from jacketing extrusion to wire termination to custom connectors.
INSIDE OUR FACILITIES . . .
Wire, Cable, and Assembly Manufacturing and Processing Capabilities
Short video of our processing capabilities
Advanced Adhesives and Potting Applications
Automated Cut, Strip, Crimp, and Terminate
Custom Cable Assemblies
Custom Connector Overmolding
Custom Overmold Interconnects
Cut, Strip, and Tin
Extrusion Lines (Four Custom ), 24/7 Availability
Injection, Insert, and Overmolding
Shielding and Cabling
Statistical Process Control
Wrap and Sintering
Minnesota Wire Specializes in Overmolding
Our in-house overmolding capabilities are state-of-the-art.
Overmolding allows for a strong bond between two different materials without the use of adhesives. We can overmold connectors, strain reliefs, grommets, yokes, and other applications.
Overmolding increases the durability and longevity of a product.
Our on-site testing facilities can document the improvement in performance that our overmolding services provide.
. . . START TO FINISH
We have the experience and ability to design and manufacture custom cable assemblies, custom connectors, coil cords, and wiring harnesses to your desired application.
Minnesota Wire is a Lean Six Sigma manufacturer utilizing the 5S methodology. We have Six Sigma certified Green Belts and Black Belts on staff.
Years of experience working on varied and unique projects have given Minnesota Wire substantial insights into the best practices required to meet the goals of your specific project. No best practice is right for every project. Let our experienced team guide you seamlessly through the issues that invariably arise with every project.
We create functional prototypes. A working prototype gives you certainty in the design of your project.
We have four in-house testing labs. Our quality assurance team verifies that your manufacturing requirements are met and that every cable assembly is of the highest working order before it ships.
InnovationOnly From Minnesota Wire
iSTRETCH is an electrical conductor that stretches and returns to its original size. It will stretch 40% while maintaining the electrical properties.
iStealth uses carbon nanotube (CNT) technology. CNT provides conductivity with a lightweight material. This technology expands the horizon for electrical cable usage. iStealth is excellent for medical and aerospace applications.
News and Articles
SOLIDshot is a new wearable basketball shot improvement system that utilizes Minnesota Wire’s iSTRETCH. SOLIDshot tracks and records a player’s arm movement. A digital readout displays information that highlights changes the shooter needs to make—improving the form and consistency of a player’s shots.
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Critical Steps for Developing a Successful Medical Device Interconnect Cable
Don’t miss this article written by our very own Steve Pape. Steve is Minnesota Wire’s Design Engineering Manager. The article first appeared in the Medical Design Briefs, January, 2016 issue. The article is loaded with solid information.