Cord Master Engineering
1544 Curran Highway
North Adams, MA 01247
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Archives for: December 30th, 2016

Electronics Prototyping

electronics prototyping

Cord Master Engineering can provide the power cords and data cables for your electronics prototyping needs. Our global customer base in aerospace, defense and commercial industries depend upon us for their prototyping needs. Small batches are our specialty!

What is Electronics Prototyping?

“In electronics, prototyping means building an actual circuit to a theoretical design to verify that it works, and to…Read More

Power Cord Prototypes

At Cord Master Engineering, work with many aerospace, defense and commercial businesses who regularly develop new products. The creation of prototypes is a typical activity for those companies. Cord Master Engineering provides power cord prototypes for their projects.

What are power cord prototypes?

“Prototypes explore different aspects of an intended design:

  • A Proof-of-Principle Prototype serves to verify some key functional aspects…Read More

Data Cable Prototype

data cable prototype cots data cables

We work with many engineering and manufacturing firms who are involved in new product development. Prototyping is a standard activity for those organizations. Cord Master Engineering can provide a data cable prototype for your next project.

What is a data cable prototype?

“A prototype is an early sample, model, or release of a product built to test a concept or process…Read More

Cord Master evaluating automated wire cutting and stripping equipment

not automated wire cutting and stripping

Cord Master Engineering is in the process of evaluating automated wire cutting and stripping equipment. This will require a six figure investment by the company.

Maintaining Competitiveness with Automated Wire Cutting and Stripping

“In order to maintain competitiveness, we feel we need to add some automation to our production floor,” said Hugh Daley, CFO of Cord Master Engineering. “Shop costs for…Read More


10242-16-24 C13 low smoke halogen free

Cord Master Engineering produces LSHF cords and cables. LSHF is shorthand for low smoke halogen free.

LSHF Cords and Cables

Low Smoke Halogen Free is a specialized classification for materials typically found in cord and cable jacketing in the wire and cable industry. Thermoplastic and thermoset compounds are used in cord and cable jacketing. What sets Low Smoke Halogen…Read More


ls0h cord replacement project

Cord Master Engineering produces LS0H cords and cables. LS0H is shorthand for low smoke zero halogen.

LS0H Cords and Cables

Low Smoke Zero Halogen is a classification that is typically used for the materials used in cord and cable jacketing in the wire and cable industry. The cord and cable jacketing is composed of special thermoplastic or thermoset compounds….Read More

Spare Electrical Components

data cable development spare electrical components

Cord Master Engineering produces a wide variety of of spare electrical components for our commercial, aerospace and defense clients. Many times these components are grouped together and packaged as kits.

Custom Spare Electrical Components

“An electronic component is any basic discrete device or physical entity in an electronic system used to affect electrons or their associated…Read More

Wire Kits

antenna assembly wire leads ground straps wire kits

Cord Master Engineering produces wire kits for aerospace, military and commercial customers at our HUBZone certified facility in North Adams, MA.

Custom Wire Kits

A custom wire kit may include wires of various gauges cut to various lengths and equipped with various connectors. These connectors may include crimped or soldered fittings. Molding and overmolding of connectors may also be…Read More

Light Kit Assemblies

light kit assemblies

Cord Master Engineering produces light kit assemblies for helicopter manufacturers.

Custom Light Kit Assemblies

When one of our helicopter manufacturer clients wants a custom light assembly, they provide us with drawings and specifications. We then perform initial assembly work and include fasteners, fittings, wires, etc. to make a light assembly kit. The final step is packaging and labeling with…Read More