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Sycor's Wire & Cable Blog

  1. What is a High Flex Cable?

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Ultra or high flex cables typically come in heavy-duty, oil-resistant, continuous flex, multi-conductor constructions. Being able to continuously flex, bending flex or even Torsional Flex requires incredibly reliable constructions, which are consistently tested between 2 and 14 million cycles, depending on the manufacturer. These incredibly flexible and durable cables are designed to withstand medium stress and movements in dry, moist and harsh conditions.

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  2. Sourcing Specialists

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Sycor Technology has been working with manufacturers around the world for over 40 years. With manufacturers specializing in different aspects of various cabling constructions, Sycor Technology can source any type of cable with almost any type of certification.

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  3. COVID-19 & Medical Robotics

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    COVID-19 has created many challenges in the workplace, but nothing as bad as the overwhelmed medical industry. From an overload of patients to a lack of staff across the nation, COVID-19 has truly been a challenging time for everyone in the medical industry. To combat this major issue, medical robots of all different kinds have been implemented to support everything from simple tasks to surgery and even long-distance medical support. This blog will be going over the different types of medical robots, their applications, and the different wire and cable parts that can make the applications a reality.

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  4. Power Cables & Power Cords

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    Power cables serve the primary function of transmitting electrical power, a necessity in virtually every industry. Having a wide range of 600-volt and 300-volt constructions, available in Thermoplastic, Thermoplastic Elastomer and Thermoset rubber jackets, this cabling category has the ability to take on some of the most demanding applications. This blog will be breaking down the main benefits and the overall limitations of the different power cables and power cords.

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  5. Cobots & Robots

    Post by : Sycor Marketing

    In the manufacturing industry, there's often a large number of misconceptions around robotic purchases and the technology involved. For example, robotics used in the automotive manufacturing facilities are vastly different than the robotics within chemical manufacturing. This means different investments, different equipment, different ROI and different implementation strategies. There are significant contrasts in safety, programming, and capacity for anyone looking to increase overall manufacturing efficiency. This blog will be going over the main differences between the popular cobot and the industrial robotic manufacturing methods.

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