Adding Keypads and Cables to Your Injection-Molded Enclosure

Building a custom enclosure or handheld device comes with many design challenges. Adding components like power cords, buttons, and displays to your application can become a painstaking engineering task taking several design iterations.

However, a few wise choices early on in the project’s design stage can help all parties involved in the application’s development. A truly custom user interface design solutions can be brought to market quickly without a huge development budget.

Adding Keypads and Cables to Your Injection-Molded Enclosure

In this webinar, we will cover several design examples and industry best practices for integrating keypads and cable assemblies within an injection molded enclosure.

Webinar Event Details:

Friday, August 18th
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM EDT

Webinar Agenda:

  • Understanding the requirements and application
  • How and when to use 3D-printed enclosures
  • Simple keypad designs and mounting options
  • Choosing the right wire type for power and data
  • Overmold options for your cable
  • Integrating the PCBA

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