White Papers, 1.16 MB
Examines the constraints that may have an impact on cable performance, and the process involved in selecting the right materials based on sufficient testing to verify cables will survive in harsh environments.
Cables & Cable Assemblies
Industry Articles, 1.11 MB
This article, featured in the February 19, 2009 issue of Machine Design, explains the value expanded PTFE brings to Gore products, especially cable. The author provides a deep look inside PTFE , the materials characteristics and explains how this material gives cables long flex-life, extra strength, better signal transmission, and clean-room performance.
Power / Signal Delivery Cable
Industry Articles, 1.68 MB
This article, featured in the July 23, 2009 issue of Machine Design, discusses the problem of particulates for moving cable systems and provides guidance on designing cable systems for a cleanroom environment.
Industry Articles, 1.06 MB
Application article by Jörgen Andersson in Signalen magazine, October 2006, about a Gore custom-made FireWire cable.
White Papers, 751.38 KB
As much as possible, system designers should reduce the number of moving components and the friction among these components to achieve a low particulation cable system that will last for tens of millions of cycles.
Build a new assembly by selecting parts, or open a previously created assembly.
Use our online design tool to configure a high-flex cable assembly.
Industry Articles, 520.95 KB
This article, featured in the April 2009 issue of Motion System Design magazine, provides tips on specifying and working with cables for automated machinery and systems. Check out these tips and tactics from industry leaders to keep your data and power lines healthy.
Trackless cables simplify the building of equipment, and they eliminate reliability problems posed by cable wear, which can persist if the cables are not properly loaded in tracks.
Data Sheets, 281.28 KB
Includes description, key features and benefits, product specifications, and illustrations of common cores.
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