IDC Ribbon Crimp Tool
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IDC Ribbon Crimp Tool

Part no. 93-100-011

Crimp Distance: 6-27mm | 9.5" Long | Fits Most IDC, D-Sub, & Centronic Connectors

(2 reviews)
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IDC Ribbon Crimping Tool

This professional quality tool is designed to crimp connectors on to flat ribbon cable. This tool is compatible with most IDC, D-Sub, and Centronic ribbon connectors.


  • Cable types:
    • 10 through 60 conductor Ribbon Cable
    • 20 through 80 conductor High Density Ribbon Cable
  • Male or Female IDC & IDS Crimp Types:
    • DB9, DB15, DB25, or DB37 pin
    • Centronics 26, 36, or 50pin
    • HPDB68 SCSI-3 / LVD
    • Header 10pin through 60pin
  • Crimping Distance 6 ~ 27mm 9.50' long
REVIEW SUMMARY for IDC Ribbon Crimp Tool
5.0 (based on 2 reviews)
  • Good crimp tool

    Reviewed by:

    From: Herndon, VA

    2/19/2015    #15313

    PROS: The product works really well; Super fast
    CONS: None specified
    This tool is everything you could look for in an IDC crimper. The little yellow insert piece is odd in the way that it attaches to the crimper. But, it keeps the work piece aligned well and allows for a flat application of pressure across the piece. For a manual crimper, this works well.
  • Good deal easy to use website

    Reviewed by:

    From: Yorktown, Virginia

    12/11/2014    #13509

    PROS: The product works really well; Faster than I expected
    CONS: None specified
    I was able to find just what I needed and received it quickly. It's of good quality construction and is working well for putting together custom cables quickly.

Q: What is ribbon cable?

A: Ribbon cable is a thin flat cable with many wires running parallel to each other. They are used internally in many older computer styles to connect hard drives and floppy drives.

Q: Why does each connector have a different number of pins?

A: This is so you can get the correct connector for your computer’s need. We carry a wide range of pin numbers to meet your PC needs.

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