By bundling thin copper wires, you can make a conductor that is more flexible than a single flow wire with the same cross-sectional area. The “braided wire” is a method of bundling the braided shape. It is also used as a material for shielded wires.
In addition to the round braided wire that weaves an even number of strands, we also support a special shape called a flat braided wire that weaves an odd number of strands into a flat shape. By using copper foil thread as the wire, it becomes an electric wire with light, strong and ultra-high bending characteristics.