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CAM Offers You Spiral Taping Expertise

Spiral taping refers to machines that apply tape across the length of a wire harness. Spiral taping machines work either by pulling the wire harness through the taping head or by running the taping head along the length of the wiring harness. As is true in many taping applications, the type of tape used for spiral taping is critical to the design of the machine. Other factors such as the length of the harness and the thickness of the piece being taped will affect machine design as will the number of breakouts on the harness.

Over the last 80 years, CAM Innovation has manufactured hundreds of spiral taping machine systems and has acquired a wealth of technical expertise that can be put to work designing the best possible spiral-taping unit for your taping application.

 

RHT Spiral Taping Machine

The RHT machine wraps tape tightly and consistently across the length of a wire harness. The results are of a much higher quality than hand taping. Due to the cost of tape and the speed of the RHT, this process is much less expensive than manual methods or other covering systems.

 

HTM Taping Machine

The HTM Taping Machine is used for spiral taping adhesive tape onto short harness assemblies. The HTM will handle harness bundle diameters from 1/4" up to 1". In addition to being equipped to use tape on rolls up to 6" in diameter, the machine pictured can remove a tape interliner and respool it while applying the tape to the harness.

 

FT Follower Taping Machine

This special spiral-taping machine uses a measuring wheel to determine how fast the wire is being pulled through the machine and automatically changes the speed of the taping head. By adjusting the head speed, a consistent tape overlap can be maintained. The maximum taping head speed is 500 RPM.

 

CT Manual Spiral Taping Machine

The CT Taping machine wraps tape tightly and consistently across the length of the wire harness. The results are of a higher quality than hand taping. The operator pulls the harness through the taping head to control the tape overlap.

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