Tutorial: How to crimp connectors, strip wire and use heat shrink.

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Shared March 16, 2013

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A guide on using the correct tools to crimp connectors, strip wire and apply heat shrink.
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In this video:

* Selecting the correct wire gauge (AWG - American Wire Gauge) for the crimp connector.
* Using the correct tools to strip the insulation from the wire.
* The correct way to insert the wire into the crimp connector
* Using the correct crimp tools to crimp the connector
* How to apply heat shrink correctly to the wire and crimp connector.