How to pull test cable and wire products

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Determining how to pull test cable wire is a three step process. The first step is to gather information on the test sample including dimensions, and also the mechanical behavior that you anticipate. What type of cable or wire do you plan to pull test? Fine wires, galvanized cable, gold wire, Nitinol, Nylon wire, stainless steel rope, steel cable, thin wires? What are the different forms that your cable and wire come in? Some examples include aircraft control cable, automotive wire, axial cable, baling wire, battery cable crimp, bead wire rubber adhesion, bending cable astm, braided bridge cable, cable assembly, cable crimp connector, cable pull test, coaxial cable, crimped wires, fiber optic cable, guide wires, harness, lug, medical cable, solder joint, solid wire, strand, terminal, welded, wire cloth, wire gage, and wire mesh. What information or test data do you need to report? This is important to the selection of test software. Information such as adhesion rubber wire, archwire, bend stiffness, bend test copper wire, bond wire pull, bonding , break load strength, cable fatigue, cable flexural strength, cable lug fatigue, cable lug pull test, cable mechanical test, cable peel bond, cable tensile strength test, cable tension, fracture toughness, orthodontics, pull out , pull tension, pull test, relaxation, shear strength, strain hardening, tensile strength, tension tester, and even torsion tests. The second step involves standard test methods. Do you have an established test method? ASTM and ISO test standards help define test equipment details and confirm equipment selection. Industry standard test methods provide structure if you are new to testing. They also guide equipment requirements. They are available from organizations such as ASTM, ISO and CEN.