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VLOG: How to Pack an F-16 Wiring Harness

Posted by Malich Quijas on May 17, 2022

  Hi. My name is Malich and I’m the Training Manager at InterConnect, where Connections Matter. Today we’ll be looking at why we package a harness and why it’s important, as well as show you what the finished product looks like.    Wiring Harnesses – Aircraft Rewiring – Cockpit Panels – Console Wiring   How … Continue reading “VLOG: How to Pack an F-16 Wiring Harness”

VLOG: Inspecting a Wiring Harness, Part 1: Solder Sleeves & Connector Grommets

Posted by Malich Quijas on April 19, 2022

  Hi! My name is Malich and I’m the Training Manager at InterConnect, where Connections Matter. Today we’ll be looking at the steps our inspectors take to inspect a ground support wiring harness.    Wiring Harnesses – Aircraft Rewiring – Cockpit Panels – Console Wiring   How To Inspect A Ground Support Wiring Harness   … Continue reading “VLOG: Inspecting a Wiring Harness, Part 1: Solder Sleeves & Connector Grommets”

Five (5) Nicknames of Aircraft Wiring Harness Parts

Posted by Joseph Rodriguez on April 5, 2022

In Aerospace & Defense we use a ton of acronyms and long part numbers to describe processes and parts. It can be quite a bit to keep up with! So, in some cases engineers, assemblers, or inspectors come up with nicknames to describe certain parts. Here are 5 of the most common nicknames we use … Continue reading “Five (5) Nicknames of Aircraft Wiring Harness Parts”

Are All Connector Contact Cavities Used in a Wiring Harness? Are Any Left Empty?

Posted by Joseph Rodriguez on March 8, 2022

Have you ever bought a 12-pack of soda? I swear this story is going somewhere. Recently, I hosted a get-together with my family where I wanted our favorite soda to be available. There was a total of 4 of us. I could have bought a 6-pack, but I knew that each of us would want … Continue reading “Are All Connector Contact Cavities Used in a Wiring Harness? Are Any Left Empty?”

The 5 Most Tedious Parts of Harness Assembly

Posted by Joseph Rodriguez on February 8, 2022

  Tedious does not mean bad. Tedious means that a certain job takes just a bit more dedication. While these tasks take a bit more effort, they are very critical to making a successful wiring harness. Without further ado, here are “The 5 Most Tedious Parts of Harness Assembly.”   1. Making the HAD A … Continue reading “The 5 Most Tedious Parts of Harness Assembly”

VLOG: How to Apply Anti-Tamper to a Wiring Harness

Posted by Malich Quijas on January 25, 2022

  Hi, my name is Malich Quijas. I’m the training manager at InterConnect Wiring, where Connections Matter. Today we’ll be looking at when, where, and why we apply Anti-Sabotage.   Wiring Harnesses – Aircraft Rewiring – Cockpit Panels – Console Wiring   Applying Anti-Sabotage   As a continuation of our previous video, on dress-out, this … Continue reading “VLOG: How to Apply Anti-Tamper to a Wiring Harness”

What Is A Wiring Harness Manufacturing Specification?

Posted by John Ashour on November 30, 2021

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday! As we enter the last days of 2021, we’d like to highlight one of our top blogs from 2018 that covers a very important topic in the aerospace wiring industry: what is a wiring harness manufacturing specification? For each new aircraft platform (a platform is an aircraft … Continue reading “What Is A Wiring Harness Manufacturing Specification?”

What Is Continuity Testing?

Posted by Marc Piloian on November 16, 2021

In simple terms, a continuity test verifies that current will flow in an electrical circuit (i.e. that the circuit is continuous). The test is performed by placing a small voltage between 2 or more endpoints of the circuit. The flow of current can be verified qualitatively (e.g. by observing a light or buzzer in series … Continue reading “What Is Continuity Testing?”

VLOG: Dressing Out A Wiring Harness

Posted by Malich Quijas on November 2, 2021

Hi, my name is Malich Quijas, Training Manager at InterConnect Wiring – where Connections Matter. Today we’ll be looking at dressing out a harness and what stage this occurs.    Wiring Harnesses – Aircraft Rewiring – Cockpit Panels – Console Wiring    Dressing Out A Wiring Harness   During the dress out operation, you want … Continue reading “VLOG: Dressing Out A Wiring Harness”

VLOG: How Do You Test a Wiring Harness According to DoD Standards?

Posted by Steve Floyd on September 14, 2021

Hello! My name is Steve Floyd, Shop Foreman at InterConnect Wiring. Today, we’re going to be showing you how we test an aircraft wiring harness according to the Department of Defense standards.     Wiring Harnesses – Aircraft Rewiring – Cockpit Panels – Console Wiring   Testing A Wiring Harness   Here we have a … Continue reading “VLOG: How Do You Test a Wiring Harness According to DoD Standards?”

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