Wire Wrapping Wire
Wire wrapping wire is a conductive, oxygen-free copper wire that connects and distributes power to electronic components, typically in a circuit board. The flexible wire is wound around connection points on the board multiple times to make a secure connection. Wire wrapping can be faster and more convenient than soldering, particularly when making multiple connections. It also creates more secure connections, as soldered connections may fail due to vibration or poorly soldered joints. Wire wrapping wire is commonly used in electronics manufacturing applications, such as prototyping.