The Eubanks AutoStrip Series

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The Eubanks AutoStrip Series of wire stripping, processing machinery

Eubanks has been the leader in the design and manufacturing of wire stripping machines for more than 40 years--ever since it introduced the first in-line machine in 1956. It has demonstrated its creative ability once again with the revolutionary new AutoStrip machines.

The Eubanks AutoStrip Series of wire cutters and strippers consists of three machine models--the 8000, 7400 and 4900. All are based on the same advanced design principles. They are fully-programmable, fast, accurate and quiet. They cover an unprecedentedly wide range of wire sizes. The machines differ primarily in the range of wire sizes they will handle and in maximum stripping lengths. Each will handle wire as small as 32 AWG (0.03mm2). The minimum strip length for all models is 1/32" (0.8mm). The AutoStrip 8000--the most versatile of the three--will process wire up to 4 AWG (22mm2) and multi-conductor cable as large as 9/16" O.D. (14mm) and it can produce strip lengths of up to 20" (500mm) on each end of the wire.

OPERATION

AutoStrip machines are easy to operate. You change operating parameters with a few keystrokes--by keying in a few numbers or by calling up a program. You can enter data through a keyboard on the machine or from a remote computer. To change to a different wire or strip length, just call up another program, load the new wire into the machine and press START. The system stores up to 90 programs of wire length, strip length, strip diameter (blade penetration) and program number in battery-backed memory. To enter a completely new program, you simply enter a new program number and key in the data for the new wire.

You load a new wire by inserting the end of the wire between the left drive belts and pressing a key. The machine automatically threads the wire through the drive assemblies and cutterhead. When operated in dual-wire mode, the AutoStrip machines can process two wires at a time, further increasing productivity Rubber belts are used to move the wire without slippage.

WIRE DRIVE

Two pairs of durable rubber belts move the wire without slippage. This, together with precise acceleration and deceleration, accounts for the machines' exceptional wire length accuracy Two closed-loop servo motors drive the wire. These, combined with a fast-response, low-inertia servo motor driving the blades, make for high wire throughput. For example, working in a dual-wire mode, the Model 8000 will process up to 8,800 wires per hour.

 

 

   
   
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