Custom Cable and
Wire Harness Assemblies

Military  |  Transit  |  Aerospace  |  Industrial  |  Medical  |  Telecommunications​​​

TBE partners with SelfLock Screw Products Co. Inc, (SSP) for all manufacturing of custom cables and wire harnesses. For nearly 100 years, SelfLock Screw Products has been committed to quality manufacturing. TBE is proud to partner with SSP to provide our customers with the highest quality products manufactured in America by a veteran-owned company.

Fulfillment Capabilities

Improve the reliability of a design
     • Alternate materials that may offer more cost effective solutions or                 have shorter lead times for speed-to-market.
     • Provide feedback on quality improvements via design changes.


Ensure processes and procedures are used to improve quality and per customer request.
     • Calibration systems.
     • ERP / MRP systems for managing manufacturing from raw material               to manufacturing to delivery.
     • UID options (i.e. serialization, barcodes, custom marking, etc.)
  
Cable assemblies and wire harnesses are built in accordance with customer specifications.
   
 • Build to WHMA-620 standard
     • Soldering is performed by certified, J-STD-001 specialists; certified              trainers (CITs) on staff to train and certify in-house.

Production of wire assemblies that are in excess of 100 feet.
  
Offer a variety of single-source capabilities. 
   
 • Box builds, such as enclosure/wire assemblies.
     • Custom box builds, including modified or custom enclosures/wire assemblies.

Quality Assurance

Test Equipment
     • Programmable to ensure integrity and repeatability of product                        testing regardless of the operator.
     • Continuity testing (Currently can test 800 points with the ability to
        expand up to 20,000 points).
     • Hi-Pot testing up to 2000 VDC and 1500 VAC.

Pull testing to ensure proper crimp performance
per WHMA-620.

First Article Inspection Reports (FAIR).
     • Ensure that the customer’s expectations, both defined
       and undefined, are fully met.