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How would I get this Custom Cable Manufactured for a Prototype?

How would I get this Custom Cable Manufactured for a Prototype?

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I need to have a cable manufactured for a prototype that I am working on and I'm at a loss as to where to go to have something like this made. I've contacted a few places that specialize in custom cable manufacturing but they all have 500ft+ minimum lengths and I only need about 20 feet made.

The cable is somewhat unique and really only has two requirements. The cable needs to have four 28 gauge Heavy Build Magnet Wires (same used for winding transformers)in the core and the total cable outside sheath diameter needs to be 0.060 +/- 0.002". This leaves you a sheath thickness of about 0.015".

Now in production this cable will be over molded like a normal power cable (think usb cable or headphone cable). But for this small of a quantity how will I get this made?

RE: How would I get this Custom Cable Manufactured for a Prototype?

We have a local company in Dartmouth NS, Canada called MilAero Electronics Atlantic Inc.

http://www.mil-aero.com/company.html

I'm pretty sure that they have over-molding capability.

Obviously I have no idea if this suggestion will pan out for you.

Good luck.

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