Assembly Technology

  • Teledyne Cable Solutions, an alliance formed of Teledyne Storm Cable and Teledyne VariSystems, provides bulk wire and cable, and custom overmolded cable assemblies to the oil and gas, marine, defense, and transit industries

    Teledyne VariSystems
    VariSystems produces overmolded cable assemblies for harsh environments, serving the defense, mining and exploration industries. Teledyne VariSystems said its polyurethane cables and molded cable assemblies are as much as five times stronger than other (PVC) cable products, with as much as 30 times higher abrasion resistance while still offer superior flexibility and performance in extreme weather. The group also offers engineering, CAD service, expedite services and logistical support

    Teledyne Storm Cable

    Storm Cable, located in Dallas, is a vertically integrated manufacturer of cable and cable assemblies for demanding industries such as Subsea and Marine, Defense, Medical, Oil and Gas, and Industrial. Storm Cable utilizes a variety of components, materials and capabilities to formulate solutions in the harshest and most critical of environments, addressing issues from electrical to environmental performance, to flex-life and cosmetics. Our bulk cable and cable assembly capabilities provide application specific problem solving, working with your engineers to address individual projects or whole-system requirements.
    www.teledyneoilandgas.com

     

    (As published in the June 2015 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • mail@fischerconnectors.ch Website: www.fischerconnectors.com Number of Employees: 450 The Case Fischer Connectors is a leader in connectors and cable assembly solutions. The Swiss based company has made its mark in the marine technology market because of the IP68 sealing of its rugged push-pull connectors

  • 3D laser scanning allows designers and builders to view structural and machinery units already fit as a final product before construction and assembly are finished. Quick dimensional comparison can be made between drawings and constructed units, checks for accuracy and alignment can be made to

  • of the yard's 23-story, 900-ton-capacity gantry crane. With it the yard is building larger subassemblies, and putting together the bigger units on assembly platens rather than in the drydock. It is much easier for this work to take place at the shop level. Preoutfitting was greater on the Roosevelt

  • Service Pack 3 of the Tribon M2 Shipbuilding system was released in early April, a version that includes further improved production information in the Assembly and Weld Planning applications and the new function Recording of Walk Tiirough Paths in the Design Manager application. A new method for calculation

  • serving the global marine industry ever since with high performance lighting and connector products.The technological advancements in the field of cable assembly development have been rapid and exciting in the last decade in particular. BIRNS has been creating new connectivity solutions that provide immense

  • BIRNS has supported the deep submergence oceanic community with products that deliver everything from faster, more robust communication to brilliance in the murky depths. The company’s contributions in the marine market began in the 1950s when it was asked to develop subsea systems for the US Navy for the

  • a reliable and compact design to mooring and recovering oceanographic instrumentation.   The C-ROM consists of a subsurface flotation collar mounting assembly for instrumentation that provides approximately 80lbs positive buoyancy starting at depths of 750m, progressing to full ocean depth. The C-ROM floatation

  • With the recent addition of the 418-ton island house assembly, Newport News Shipbuilding completed the final construction superlift for the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt (CVN- 71). The 1,092-foot ship is coming together in time for her scheduled launching October 27 this year at the Newport News

  • the benchmark for elevated bandwidth delivery. With configurable inserts for both high (= 3.6kV) and low (= 600V) voltage, the typical loss for a cable assembly of the series is < .5 dB. Today, BIRNS leads the industry in the development of fiber optic advances, both in penetrators and connector systems, and

  • or so, which simply don't fit strategically in current long-range plans," said Mr. Gordon. He indicated that SPD is interested in the fabrication or assembly of virtually any type of mechanical or electromechanical systems or components. Included among the types of lines being considered are motor

  • Describe the companies in your group, citing examples of your group collaboration.     Teledyne Oil & Gas consists of Cormon, DGO, Impulse, PDM, ODI, Storm Cable  and VariSystems. This synergistic collection of product lines formed from Teledyne companies with 13 locations around the globe. They work in

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