Cable Management within Electronic Assemblies

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You probably know what wire management systems are necessary to keep cables in server farms and data centers organized. But they are also necessary for making sure that cables inside electronic assemblies are routed correctly and stay in place. Here’s an example of what cable management systems look like inside electronic assemblies: 

Cable management systems make it easy for assemblers to route cables and keep cables out of the way while they work on the rest of the build out. They also help cables stay in place while sub-assemblies travel from sub-assembly to the next phase of manufacturing.

Messy cables are a problem, whether they’re in a server room or a semiconductor inspection system. Cable ducts are an effective, low-cost solution.

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