The Seven Sins of Wire Harness Assembly focuses on the most common problems that typically go wrong during the wire harness assembly process -- and provides information on how to rectify each transgression. The "Seven Sins" include improper wire preparation, incorrect harness layout, improper labeling, crimping defects, soldering defects, missing/incorrect hardware and improper tying.
As a media-based learning resource, this training program is useful for both new hires and for continuing education -- to visually demonstrate effects of processing errors on the end product.
DVD-60C includes optional English subtitles for hearing-impaired and ESL students, also Leader's Guide, Review Questions and IPC Training Certification Certificates for students who pass the final exam.* Useful for group training or individual learning. Licensed for unlimited usage at one facility. Produced in cooperation with WHMA, Wire Harness Manufacturer's Association. Time: 26 minutes.
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