A wire crimping machine is a type of tool or equipment used to attach a connector or terminal to the end of a wire by crimping it. Crimping is the process of compressing a metal sleeve or collar (known as a crimp) onto the stripped end of a wire using a specialized tool, resulting in a secure electrical connection. The wire crimping machine automates this process and can handle large volumes of wires and connectors with consistent results.

Wire crimping machines are used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, telecommunications, and aerospace, to create high-quality and reliable wire connections for devices and equipment. They are available in various sizes and types, ranging from hand-held tools to automated machines that can handle large volumes of wires and connectors. Some machines may also include additional features, such as cutting, stripping, and labeling wires, further streamlining the wire harness assembly process.