Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.

Once again, in the build-up to the ever-closing Christmas period, it’s been a busy few weeks here at Camp Cablelynx! The biggest news item is that we passed our UKAS ISO Recertification audit, having the best performance since the inception of the company in 2001! Our auditor to quote described us as passing “with flying colours” which absolutely made our Friday! Not only that, but we now have these swanky new recertification logos to go with it! Don’t they look posh compared to the old?

We’ve been pouring a lot of love and attention into some of our machinery here these last few weeks too: here’s one for the technical wizards! An incredible slow-motion video of our PP3 Crimp Machine working away. This machine easily crimps 2400 wires a day, and we have to make sure it stays in peak working condition. Servicing our machines keeps us working efficiently and effectively to meet all our customer’s cable demands, we owe a huge thank you to Automated Cable Solutions Limited, down in Dartford for supplying this machine to us and for all their assistance servicing and maintaining the machinery. Enjoy the slow-motion!

If you’ve seen our last news post, you’ll recognise these circular military connectors. Here they are all soldered, labelled, and had their boots shrunk for security, ready to be shipped out to the customer later this week! We love cable looms like these, and we love them, even more, when they are precise, clean and tidy!

Circular Connecors and Boots

But we haven’t just been working on high spec military builds – we have been doing it all! These are a nice and simple stripping and tinning job that went out a few weeks ago! When you can see a smooth, but shiny solder-tinned wire end you know it’s been a good day. The tin coating on the copper protects the wire from corrosion and premature cable failure.

Stripped and Tinned wires. Arranged as collage.

Cablelynx Ltd
79 Tenter Road
Moulton Park