How AutoStrip Works

How AutoStrip Works 2018-02-21T18:52:57+00:00

In this section we help you understand now AutoStrip wire strippers work.

Rubber belts pull the wire through the straightener and input guide. CUT and STRIP blades are open at mid-setting.

Cut and strip blades are open at mid setting

The pre-selected wire length is measured, wire motion stops and the CUT blades close.

Wire length is measured, blades close

CUT blades return to mid-setting and the input guide rises. The belts move the trailing end of the cut piece back through the blades into the strip position.

Blades return to mid setting after wire is cut.

The STRIP blades close, penetrating the insulation to the programmed depth, and then retract a preset distance to prevent scraping of the conductor during stripping. The belts advance the wire to pull off the insulation slug or to move it slightly if the wire is being semi-stripped.

Wire strip blades penetrate the insulation, wire is stripped.

The STRIP blades return to midsetting and the input guide lowers back into feed position. The belts eject the finished wire and advance the next lead end into strip position.

Strip blades return to midsetting, wire advances

The STRIP blades close, penetrating the insulation to the programmed depth, and then retract a programmed distance. The belts pull the wire to slide the slug off-or move it slightly if the wire is being semi-stripped.

Strip blades penetrate insulation, which is stripped off of the wire.

The blades then return to mid-setting and the wire advances to begin a new cycle.

Strip blades return to mid position to begin new stripping, cutting cycle.

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