Altest is focused on providing a solution to every manufacturing problem. We offer box build assembly for any project. We are able to create custom enclosures for your PCBA project with the ability to send straight to the consumer. We have a clean, temperature-controlled warehouse to store products before shipment as well as labeling and traceability software. 

At Altest we offer:

  • Custom Machining

  • Product Assembly

  • Sub-Level Product Assembly

  • Packaging

  • Labeling

  • Testing

  • Programming

  • Warehousing

  • Order Fulfillment

  • Traceability

Cable Harness Assembly

Altest offers a wide variety of cable assembly types for any industrial application. Due to the need for custom cabling in our box build assembly projects we have experienced teams dedicating to cable design and assembly for a seamless end to end manufacturing process.

A harness is a group of wires and/or cables encased in a non-conductive durable sheath. Materials used for these coverings are typically rubber or vinyl due to their non-conductive properties. Gold, Copper, Aluminum, or many different metal alloys are used to make wires. Depending on the desired conductivity properties appropriate wire is selected.

Cable Harness Industry Applications

  • Multi-core assembly

  • Computer cables

  • Networking 

  • Telecom

  • Audio/Visual (A/V)

Cable Harness Applications

  • Automotive

  • Audio/video (AV)Radio frequency (RF)

  • Telecommunication

  • Personal computers (PCs)

  • Local area networks (LANs)

  • Industrial control systems

  • Instrumentation systems


Pneumatic systems make use of pressured gas to actuate a device to function. They are generally powered by pressurized air or inert gases. A small or large-scale compressor is needed to power up cylinders, motors, and other pneumatic devices. Pneumatic systems are commonly used in medical, packaging, material handling, entertainment, and robotic applications. These systems are sometimes preferred because they are inexpensive, versatile, reliable, and less dangerous than electronic actuators, electric motors, and solenoids.

They can be especially helpful in hazardous conditions such as in mining operations as a stray spark could cause a reaction in certain environments. Pneumatic systems can be used in combination with various other electrical/electronic integrated systems to activate certain parts of a device. They are particularly useful where minute loads are desired.


How the PCB Assembly Process Starts

Send us your design and BOM

We'll review your design with our engineering and procurement teams

We'll send you back a same-day quote

We'll immediately begin production 


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