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Amphenol PCD cable clamp

A cable clamp is a device used to hold and secure electrical cables or wires in place. Cable clamps are typically used to organize and route cables within a system, such as in a computer or electronics setup, or to secure cables to a structure or surface. Cable clamps are available in a wide range of sizes and designs, and can be made of materials such as plastic, metal, or rubber.

There are several reasons why it might be useful to print a cable clamp with 3D printing technology. Some of the benefits of 3D printing cable clamps include:

  1. Customization: With 3D printing, it is possible to create customized cable clamps that are tailored to specific requirements or applications. This can be particularly useful in cases where standard cable clamps may not be available or may not fit the specific needs of the system.
  2. Cost savings: 3D printing allows for the production of small quantities of custom parts at a lower cost than traditional manufacturing methods, such as injection molding or machining. This can be particularly useful for prototyping or low-volume production runs.
  3. Rapid prototyping: 3D printing allows for the rapid prototyping of cable clamps, allowing designers and engineers to quickly test and iterate on different designs before committing to a final production version.
  4. Material options: 3D printing allows for the use of a wide range of materials, including plastics, metals, and composites, which can be useful for creating cable clamps with specific mechanical or performance properties.
Amphenol PCD cable clamp

Amphenol PCD has asked Bond3D to develop the P75D clamp for additive manufacturing. Various sizes and design iterations can be quickly made without high setup costs.

  • Complex structures possible
  • Low weight

  • High strength

  • Function integration

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