Cutting-Edge Technologies at ARCUS

At ARCUS, we harness state-of-the-art technologies to craft top-tier cable harnesses, assemblies, and signal lights. Our manufacturing arsenal incorporates a diverse range of cutting-edge techniques, ensuring precision and excellence throughout the production process. Some of the key technologies we employ include:
Our processes are meticulously designed to uphold the pillars of quality, precision, and safety in production. At ARCUS, the fusion of innovation and rigorous quality control is ingrained in our production philosophy, ensuring that our products not only meet but exceed the expectations of our customers.

Cutting, Clamping, and Crimping Technologies


Ultrasonic Welding Processes


Twisting, Tinning, and Bonding of Mechanical Components


Injection Molding Processes


Automated 360° Printing


Complex Testing Procedures

Insulation displacement / IDC technology Rast 2.5 and Rast 5

This technology enables precise connections of cables and wires.

Cutting and crimping technology on strands and sheathed cables

We rely on innovative techniques for processing stranded wires and sheathed cables.

Twisting of strands and wires

Twisting is used to connect strands and wires together.

Shrinking of sleeves

We use shrink technology to securely fasten sleeves.

Winding and taping of cables

We wind and tape wires professionally and safely.

Crimping splice connections

This connection technology is particularly advantageous for complex cable harnesses thanks to its seal-free and gas-tight connection of different cables and cross-sections.

Micrograph laboratories and automatic pull-off testers for verifying crimp connections

Our laboratories and testers ensure the quality and safety of crimp connections.

Automatic block loading insertion of housings and mechanical components

Fully automatic insertion of stranded wires in housings.

Welding of components

Components are joined together using ultrasonic welding, resistance welding and compacting.

Injection molding and overmolding (e.g. with macromelt)

Injection of plastic material or hot-melt adhesive to form or encase components.

Soldering of mechanical components

When soldering mechanical components, they are joined together by melting solder material, which creates a permanent and electrically conductive connection.

Casting with epoxy resin

Application of epoxy resin to enclose and protect components.

Tinning of stranded wire ends

Can be both manual and automated and involves applying tin to the strand ends to prevent oxidation and improve electrical conductivity.

Metered bonding of mechanical components

This process is used to bond parts together and ensure optimum adhesion.

Individual printing

Cables, housings and hoses can be printed automatically or manually. For example, using the pad printing process, 360° thermal transfer or inkjet technology.

Fully automated assembly of energy regulators

Monitored assembly process in which crimped strands are inserted into position in energy regulators.

Questions? We are here for you!

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