Design to Delivery

Seasoned Engineering Staff to Assist With All Your Wire, Cable, and Assembly Needs

Design to Delivery

Minnesota Wire’s sales and engineering staff will work with you to create the perfect design to meet your project’s needs.

Our seasoned engineering staff will discuss your project’s specific needs to develop a drawing of your cable assembly. We will work with you to develop the most cost effective process to develop your product without sacrificing the quality needed to create a durable and long-lasting cable assembly.

Our sales staff will discuss the materials we use, our capabilities, lead times, pricing, and answer any questions you may have about the design and production of the cable assemblies.

We are happy to sign a nondisclosure agreement to keep your project idea completely confidential.

Ask our sales staff about developing a prototype. An exact working prototype of your cable assembly will give you complete confidence in the wiring and cabling of your project.

Solutions for complex wire, cable, and assembly projects.

Minnesota Wire prides itself on fast and friendly service. We will work with you to insure your project is completed in a timely fashion. Since Minnesota Wire is a custom manufacturer, we do not stock inventory or sell anything off the shelf. Lead time will vary depending on material suppliers and the scope of the project. Contact us to discuss your project.

Minnesota Wire is a full-service development and manufacturing house for wire, cable, and harness assemblies.

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Minnesota Wire

1835 Energy Park Drive

St. Paul, MN 55108

715-874-4580

 

Minnesota Wire

2515 Prospect Drive

Eau Claire, WI 54703

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MN WIRE CEO PAUL WAGNER SPEAKING AT THE IPC E-TEXTILES 2020 VIRTUAL SUMMIT.

IPC E-Textiles 2020 Virtual Summit, October 1-2, will consist of three educational workshops and virtual demonstrations by the University of Minnesota Wearable Technology Lab.

MN WIRE CEO PAUL WAGNER SPEAKING AT THE IPC E-TEXTILES 2020 VIRTUAL SUMMIT.

IPC E-Textiles 2020 Virtual Summit, October 1-2, will consist of three educational workshops and virtual demonstrations by the University of Minnesota Wearable Technology Lab.

iSTRETCH in Defense

5 Conductor, 26 Gauge with PV Jacket coil Assembly

Minnesota Wire has begun manufacturing 8,568 specialty coil assemblies utilizing our patented iSTRETCH wire for a defense contractor. Each of the assemblies contains a sixteen-foot, six-lead cable. The sale represents the largest single sale of iSTRETCH in the company's history!

A Revolution in Possibilities

As Seen at CES 2019

MEMS STRETCH

Think—boundless. Wrap a flex circuit around Minnesota Wire’s patented iSTRETCH, attach mCube’s MEMS-based motion sensors and experience a complete revolution.

FOCUS ON INNOVATION

iSTRETCH and The Greenland Ice Sheet

An ambitious research program involving the Greenland ice sheet will utilize Minnesota Wire’s iSTRETCH cable. The project endeavors to understand how climate is affecting the flow of the Greenland ice sheet, the second largest ice mass on the planet and the primary cause of global sea-level rise.

MN WIRE RECEIVES MINNESOTA FAMILY BUSINESS AWARD.

MN Wire is proud to announce we have received the Minnesota Family Business Award from the Twin Cities Business Magazine!

MN WIRE FEATURED IN NATIONAL DEFENSE MAGAZINE.

MN Wire has been featured in the May 2020 edition of the National Defense Magazine.

LEE EISENBRAUN: A PASSION FOR LEARNING, COMMITMENT, AND A CAN-DO ATTITUDE.

Lee Eisenbraun began working at Minnesota Wire in 2008 as a Process Technician. Lee’s natural talent and intelligence were immediately apparent, and he was promoted to Process Technician II.

R&D Funding Through the U.S. Government

 If you have an innovative concept but are leery of costly R&D, the federal government may be able to help.

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.

SOLIDshot

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.

Select the link and check out the video—high scores for technology!

VETERAN'S DAY MESSAGE

Each year Minnesota Wire honors local veterans. This year we created a special video, click the link below to watch it.