Notch crimping: a tried and true solution
Notch crimping is the oldest and probably also the crimping profile that is originally most well-known in electrical engineering. Currently it is used in control cabinet construction up to 1 kV. It is set apart by a deep point-specific deformation of the cable lug. However, it is only suitable for processing copper. The deep point-specific deformation may also be why it has fallen out of favour somewhat with the experts, and is being gradually replaced by the generally established hexagonal crimp. Unfairly, as we have found.