EWPT Celebrating 20th Anniversary

EWPT Celebrating 20th Anniversary


Hartland, WI [February 7, 2020]—The Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo [EWPTE] will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary with this year’s show being held Wednesday, May 13 and Thursday, May 14 at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee, WI. Billed as the “Nation’s Largest Dedicated Wire Processing Event”, the show projects to have 200 exhibitors and 3000+ attendees.

Since 2001, EWPTE has grown into the most comprehensive resource for wire processing industries, encompassing electrical wire harness, wire/cable processing, consumables, cable assemblies, cord sets and more.

New technologies are a key focus and machines on site are up and running so that attendees can get hands-on experience and compare performance.

Education has always been a cornerstone of this event and this year there is more than ever. All seminars are FREE.  Here is the schedule:


8:30am – 9:30am          Misconceptions in Testing: Limits of Fault Detection
Presenter: Christopher E. Strangio, CAMI Research
10:30am – 11:30am     Training – The Key to Profitability
                                          Presenter: Rob Boyd, Schleuniger
12:30pm – 1:30pm       Digital Transformation Trends in Wire Processing
Presenter: Patrick Moroney, Komax
2:30pm – 3:30pm          Islands of Automation
Presenter: Paul Harvel, Zuken


8:30am – 9:30am          Making Connections: Soldering and Cables
Presenter: Frank Honyotski, STI Electronics, Inc.
10:30am – 11:30am      The Evolution of EMI Shielding
Presenters: Cory Peltzer & Madison Lenschow, Zippertubing
12:30pm – 1:30pm        Crimp Systems – Maximizing Performance and Durability
Presenter: Shelley Green, Pico Tools


On Tuesday, May 12:

IPC/WHMA will hold a one of a kind workshop and roundtable from 2:00 – 5:00pm. Entitled “IPC-WHMA-A-620 Emerging Needs for Criteria – Repair/Rework, Design for Manufacturing (DFM) Issues, High Voltage Electric Mobility”, it will cover many aspects of repair and rework required for the cable and harness industry. Instructor will be the Chairman of the IPC Acceptability Standards Committee, Constantino González – Management/Process Improvement Global Consultant for ACME, Corporation.

CAMI Research Inc will be conducting a complimentary seminar entitled “Beyond Continuity and HiPot Measurements”, as well as holding a [for fee] advanced training workshop entitled “Improving Reliability of Continuity & HiPot Testing”.

On Wednesday and Thursday:

There will be special, Free Classes on Crimping & Advanced Levels of Wire Processing Technologies – 2-Hour Sessions being offered by Schleuniger and Komax.

Registration is now open for the event at Anyone registering on-line before April 22 will have their Admission Fee [$20] waived.


For more information contact: Mike Tighe
Naveo Marketing
262-703-0800 X3013   [email protected]