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CrimpFlex crimping equipment

CrimpFlex crimping equipment

Nicomatic crimping presses are dedicated to the manual & pneumatic crimping of male and female contacts in a 1.27mm or 2.54mm pitch. All Nicomatic CrimpFlex™ presses are guaranteed 2 year for parts and labour except for transport and wear parts.  
With more than 650 presses used worldwide, our machines are known for their reliability, ruggedness, easy set-up, simplicity of use, speed and precision.

General features:

  • fastest crimping equipment on the market (up to 50 contacts in one stroke and 30 cycles per minute)
  • Easy set up after unpacking
  • 6 versions for 2.54mm pitch: 10025-MO (-MOM, -MOF, -SP), 10500-SA (-SAP)
  • 2 versions for 1.27mm pitch: 16068-MO
  • Changeover of tooling on the same press
  • Press with evolutive tooling (possible to complete after acquisition)
  • Pneumatic: 6bar dry compressed air, no electrical requirement
  • Quality of crimp easy to check, and removable housing
  • Availability of wear parts
  • Training tools (video, manual, on-site training…)

product parts

1.27MM CRIMPING PRESS
1.27MM CRIMPING PRESS
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1.27MM HAND CRIMP TOOL
1.27MM HAND CRIMP TOOL
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2.54MM CRIMPING PRESS
2.54MM CRIMPING PRESS
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CrimpFlex Crimping guidelines 2.54mm
CrimpFlex Crimping guidelines 2.54mm
CrimpFlex Products Selection Guide
HCT-127 tool instructions
CRIMPFLEX connectors
1.27mm CrimpFlex Manual crimping press
2.54mm CrimpFlex Manual crimping press
2.54mm CrimpFlex Pneumatic crimping press
HCT-127 Datasheet
What type of circuit can be crimped ?

All types of flexible circuits whose thickness ranges from 75µ to 350µ in standard.

Depending on the press (1.27mm or 2.54, manual or pneumatic) and on the material itself, we can use thicknesses from 50µ to 500µ. Please contact us.

What is the energy used to make the crimping press work ?

Example with 10500-SA(P):
The energy is pneumatic only (no electrical) : 6 bar (hydropneumatic)
Effort : 1 800 kg/cm2
Reel contacts speed : 5cm/s roughly
Capacity : up to 30 cycles per minute (well trained operator)