MWS Sponsors Electric Car Race Team

MWS is sponsoring the Wisconsin Electric Car Racing team this year. Although smaller and lighter than full-size race cars, the student team is constantly searching for ways to improve performance and increase reliability. During the winter months, the team develops the vehicle with comprehensive manufacturing processes. In this phase, the team works tirelessly to build and test the vehicles, continuously …

Tesla Puts an End to Fossil Fuel Dominance

For the past 100 years, gasoline-powered cars have dominated the raceways and the freeways. But that paradigm is about to change as electric cars become more mainstream. Leading the pack of over 100 competitors is Tesla, a California based 10-year-old start-up that just last year became listed a Fortune 500 company. While Telsa may eventually lose its market share lead …

MWS High Performance Wire

Introducing MWS High Performance Wire MWS High Performance Wire (HPW) products are copper alloy conductors specifically designed for applications with high mechanical stress that also require high conductivity. Through improved characteristics of the wire, lifespan and reliability under dynamic load are increased. MWS offers High Performance Wire in Extra (HXTW) and Extreme (EHTW) tensile strength with all insulation types and …

Multifilar Wire | MWS Wire Industries

Multifilar Magnet Wire

Multifilar® is a parallel bonded magnet wire with more consistent capacitance and impedance characteristics that has been produced exclusively by MWS since the 1970s. Where constant alignment of multiple strands is an advantage, Multifilar Magnet Wire is the right choice. Its parallel-bonded, color-coded construction offers benefits for many applications. Engineers should specify Multifilar when concerned with space, weight, and reliability. …

What Else Can Magnet Wire Do?

Magnet wire can be found in a plethora of everyday items, even in planes. Electrically powered model aircraft have been flown since the 1970s, with one unconfirmed report as early as 1957. They have since developed into small battery-powered unmanned aerial vehicles or drones, which in the twenty-first century have become widely used for many purposes. However, while we may …