High Quality Custom Wiring Harnesses
Whether you’re an experimental aircraft owner or you have a custom project that needs a custom wire harness let our technicians build your harness the right way.
We stock tens of thousands of feet of wire from unshielded to shielded multiple conductor cables in various sizes. We can encase your harness in expandable sleeving, offer hand tied or laced bundles and heat shrinked labels for your project. Our harnesses quality meets or even exceeds manufacturers harnesses; built with Mil-Spec Aviation components, wire, connectors and pins built the right way. All of our harnesses are built using our proprietary fixtures with non-damaging mechanical wire harness holders that allow for a finished product that looks and performs at its very best.
Our wire is M22759/16 Tefzel our coaxial cable is Mil-Spec RG-400, pins are crimped using industry leading cycle controlled precision ratcheting tools that assure consistently accurate crimps every time. Positioners adapt the tool frame to a particular application and an adjustable selector allows for the correct crimp depth setting for the wire being used. We utilize a heat-shrink label printer that allows for identification on each wire or cable, and are able to provide several options for heat shrink colors.
With our in-house Electrical CAD (Computer Aided Design) software we can design professional electrical schematics for your particular project. We can provide flying leads for connection to power, ground or other components, as needed. Our harnesses are built from start to finish on our proprietary fixtures. Technicians layout each wire with labels and check off on the shop prints as they go. Following the layout phase each connector is pinned and once again our technicians check off each wire as it is pinned and inserted into the proper connector port. After pinning out your harness, technicians perform a harness ring out from end to end to ensure that each wire lands where it is supposed to prior to going to one of our inspectors for a final ring out. This guarantees that your harness has had two set of eyes and that every pin-out is correct.