D.J. Grey Company, Inc, is your Turnkey Northern California cable, wire harness and box build partner. For nearly three decades, leading telecommunications, instrumentation, defense, industrial controls and electronics firms have relied upon our quick-turn and high quality custom cable assemblies, wire harnesses, and electro-mechanical assemblies.
Prototypes, KanBan, "JIT" (Just in Time), Ship to Stock or Consigned Manufacturing - no requirement is too small or too large! If you don't see it, just ask - we're standing by to help you get your project done.
We will work from your design and deliver a final product that continually meets or exceeds your specifications. We visually inspect and when applicable, electrically test 100% of the work that leaves our facility.
We are proud to have supplied custom cable assemblies to large and small OEM's. Our customers include, Parker Hannifin, Tellabs, General Dynamics, and many more.
DJ Grey manufacturers a wide variety of round cable assemblies for customers in all industries. Our products include, but are not limited to, cables from single conductor to large multiconductor, 32 awg to 6 awg wire, coaxial, Cat 3,5 or 6, Robotic rated, off the shelf, or custom cable made to your specific requirements, with simple, or very complex connectors.
We provide all types of ribbon cable, jacketed or not, shielded or not, including telecom cable, or flat cable for RJ11 and RJ45 assemblies.
Whether you need a special harness, a control panel or chassis wired for a rack mount system, or a complete junction box, DJ Grey will work with your engineers to deliver the solution you need.
We can help you with those special projects that require very custom soldering and some telecomm applications still require wire wrapping. Wire wrapping is also a good prototyping method which permits very easy modifications and corrections. We have experienced technicians skilled in wire wrap and the latest methods, who are willing to assist you when developing your new products.
Wire wrapping is also faster than wiring something on a white breadboard and then transferring to a PCB. If done correctly, a good wire wrapped prototype can be used as your final product, which for limited runs speeds your time-to-market!