Cable Assembly Services

From design to delivery and everything in-between

At KDP, we take immense pride in our ability to manufacture top-quality cables. Our commitment to excellence, facilities, and equipment ensure that every cable we produce meets the highest standards of quality and precision. With our calibrated equipment and rigorous quality checks, you can trust that your cable will be manufactured with utmost care and accuracy. Additionally, our experienced team of professionals is dedicated to understanding your unique requirements and delivering tailored solutions that meet your specific needs.

Let’s Build Something Great Together

Design /
Drawings

Component Sourcing

Small to mid-sized batches

No
M.O.Q

Calibrated Test Equipment

Large Component Stock

Certification & Documentation

In-house Production

Over 50 Years Experience

Extensive
Tooling

Automated Machinery

Commitment to Quality

Sectors

  • Automation

  • Industrial Machinery

  • Switchgear

  • Instrumentation

  • Sensor/Monitoring

  • Defense/Aerospace

  • Motors/Drives

  • Communications

  • Clean Room

Specialist

  • Low Cost Signal & Power

  • Ultra Low Noise Signal

  • High Density

  • Intrinsically Safe

  • High Voltage

  • Harsh Environment

  • Industrial Motor Power

  • Industrial Motor Control

  • Submersible

Test

  • Extensive range of Crimp tools
  • Crimp pull-off tester
  • First Article Inspection
  • Automated cable testing
  • Flash & insulation testing
  • Mechanical inspection gauges
  • Full Documentation
  • Certificate of Conformity
  • Knowledgeable Team

What are the benefits?

Outsourcing your cable assembly services can offer numerous benefits, whether you are small business, startup, or large-scale manufacturer.
Here are some of the key advantages of outsourcing cable assemblies:

  • 1

    Cost Efficiency: One of the primary benefits of outsourcing cable assembly is cost savings. You can reduce your overhead costs by eliminating the need to maintain specialized equipment, hire and train personnel, and manage additional manufacturing facilities. Outsourced assembly services can provide economies of scale, reducing per-unit costs.

  • 2

    Expertise and Specialization: We specialize in this field, which means we have the necessary expertise and experience. We stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and best practices, ensuring that your assemblies meet high-quality standards.

  • 3

    Quality Assurance: We have stringent quality control processes in place. We are certified to industry standards, such as ISO or IPC, which ensures that your assemblies are manufactured to the highest quality and meet your required specifications.

  • 4

    Time Savings: Outsourcing cable assemblies can significantly reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market. You can focus on their core competencies, such as product design and marketing, while the assembly process is handled by us. This can lead to faster time-to-market for new products.

  • 5
    Scalability: Outsourcing allows companies to quickly scale production up or down in response to market demands. This flexibility is particularly beneficial for companies with fluctuating production needs.
  • 6

    Access to Advanced Technology: We invest in cutting-edge equipment and technology. When you outsource with us, you gain access to these resources without the need for capital investments on your part.

  • 7

    Reduced Risk: The responsibility for managing complex cable assembly processes, including procurement, quality control, and production, is transferred to the us. This can help you reduce your operational risks.

  • 8

    Global Sourcing: We have global supply chains and can source components from around the world. This can help reduce lead times and costs associated with procuring materials.

  • 9

    Customization and Flexibility: We often offer customization solutions to meet specific project requirements. We can tailor the assembly process to meet your exact needs of the product.

  • 10

    Inventory Management: We can manage inventory, ensuring that you don’t overstock or under-stock components. This can lead to better inventory control and cost management.

  • 11

    Regulatory Compliance: We are well-versed in industry regulations and standards, which can be crucial for you operating in highly regulated industries.

In conclusion, outsourcing cable assemblies can be a strategic decision that provides cost savings, improved quality, and the opportunity to focus on core competencies. However, it’s essential to choose a reliable and experienced assembly partner to realize these benefits fully. Careful selection and ongoing communication are key to a successful outsourcing relationship. Luckily your all ready in the right place!

Typical Cables & Connectors

Cable assemblies come in a wide variety of types, each designed to serve specific purposes and applications. These assemblies are composed of cables, wires, connectors, and other components that are configured in a way that enables the transmission of electrical signals, data, or power. Here are some common types of cable assemblies:

  • Coaxial Cable Assemblies
    Coaxial cable assemblies consist of an inner conductor, an insulating dielectric, a metallic shield, and an outer insulating layer. They are commonly used for transmitting high-frequency signals, such as those used in cable television, RF (radio frequency) applications, and data communications.

  • Ribbon Cable Assemblies
    Ribbon cable assemblies are flat, flexible cables with multiple parallel conductors. They are often used in applications where space is limited, such as within electronic devices or for connecting components on a PCB.

  • Wire Harnesses
    Wire harnesses are collections of wires and cables bound together in a single assembly. They are used to transmit power, signals, or data in various applications, from automotive wiring to industrial machinery.

  • D-sub Cable Assemblies
    D-sub (D-subminiature) cable assemblies use D-shaped connectors with pins or sockets. They are common in computer and industrial applications, often used for VGA, serial, or parallel connections.

  • Audio/Video Cable Assemblies
    These cable assemblies are designed for carrying audio and video signals. Common examples include HDMI cables, RCA cables, and audio jack cables used for audiovisual equipment.

  • Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
    Fiber optic cable assemblies use optical fibers to transmit data using light. They are known for their high data transmission capacity and are widely used in telecommunications, data centers, and networking.

  • Custom Cable Assemblies
    Custom cable assemblies are designed and manufactured to meet specific requirements, often with unique connectors, cable lengths, and configurations tailored to a particular application.

  • Power Cable Assemblies
    Power cable assemblies are used to transmit electrical power from a source to a device. They are common in applications like industrial machinery, power distribution, and consumer electronics.

  • USB Cable Assemblies
    USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable assemblies are used to connect a wide range of devices to computers or chargers. They are available in various versions, including USB-A, USB-B, and USB-C.

  • Medical Cable Assemblies
    These cable assemblies are designed with the stringent requirements of the medical industry in mind. They are used in applications like patient monitoring, diagnostic equipment, and medical devices.

  • Military and Aerospace Cable Assemblies:These cable assemblies are built to meet the rigorous standards of the military and aerospace industries, where reliability and durability are critical.
  • Automotive Cable Assemblies
    Automotive cable assemblies are designed for use in vehicles. They are used for various applications, including engine control, infotainment systems, and lighting.

  • High-Temperature Cable Assemblies
    High-temperature cable assemblies are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, making them suitable for applications in industries like aerospace, automotive, and industrial manufacturing.

  • Network and Ethernet Cable Assemblies
    Network and Ethernet cable assemblies, such as Cat5e, Cat6, and Cat7 cables, are used to connect devices in local area networks (LANs) and for high-speed data transmission.

These are just a few examples of the many types of cable assemblies available, and the right choice depends on the specific requirements of the application, including factors like signal type, environment, and industry standards.

What Our Customers Say

Some Kind Words from Our Customers

“Professional!”

“Always a pleasure dealing with KDP, who are always quick to reply to any questions or queries. Having dealt with KDP for a number of years now, the level of service is always professional”

Justin – Senior Buyer

“Fast Response!”

“Fast response and fully engaged to meet our demands”.

Jonas – Buyer

“Highly Recommended!”

“KDP are extremely responsive as a supplier, and provide an excellent service.  As a result, our business with them has grown significantly.  Highly recommended”

Bridget – Supply Chain Manager