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Crimpin’ ain’t easy (or: best hobbyist crimping tool/system?)

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mcjeff93:
It's nice reading through the important details.

tooki:

--- Quote from: jfiresto on April 30, 2024, 12:44:27 pm ---Attached is a photo of a MOD IV die at ca. 9X. My gooseneck lamps were a bit too big to skirt all of the shiny surfaces.

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Nice photo!

Which model # is that crimper? (I can tell it’s a different model from mine.)

aeberbach:
It's strange that Aliexpress seems to have no crimpers with round crimp jaws. That's one way the Engineer PA-24 https://www.engineertools-jp.com/pa24 stands out. It's not ratcheting, it is slow, but it does do the wrap-around on the insulation correctly.

tooki:

--- Quote from: aeberbach on April 30, 2024, 10:23:41 pm ---It's strange that Aliexpress seems to have no crimpers with round crimp jaws. That's one way the Engineer PA-24 https://www.engineertools-jp.com/pa24 stands out. It's not ratcheting, it is slow, but it does do the wrap-around on the insulation correctly.

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There are a few. The SN-025 mentioned in the original post is one, but there are a few others too. However, so far they all seem to still not be ideal for DuPont, in that the crimps tend to be a bit big.

jfiresto:

--- Quote from: tooki on April 30, 2024, 08:05:11 pm ---
--- Quote from: jfiresto on April 30, 2024, 12:44:27 pm ---Attached is a photo of a MOD IV die at ca. 9X. My gooseneck lamps were a bit too big to skirt all of the shiny surfaces.

--- End quote ---
Nice photo!

Which model # is that crimper? (I can tell it’s a different model from mine.)

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Thanks. It is a Tyco/AMP Pro-Crimper from 2003. The current production is more colorful.

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