This machine does not have feed rolls to drive the wire. Wire is pulled through the machine manually or by an automatic wire stripper equipped with marker controls. It may be used with a Eubanks Automatic Wire Stripper equipped with marker controls for either end-marking or continuous marking at set intervals.

An AutoStrip machine, when used with a Model 67200, provides the same control of mark placement as the AutoTab Wire Markers.

The marking discs may be separated into two groups when the machine is used for end-marking. When used for end-mark- with a Eubanks AutoStrip, Model 2700 IV, or -V, or Model 1000-II, -III, or -IV Automatic Wire Stripper, the marker need not be repositioned when wire lengths are changed. When used with an earlier model Eubanks wire stripper for end-marking, the marker must be repositioned when wire lengths are changed. A traveling rack and dolly is available for this purpose.

In the semi automatic mode, the operator pulls the wire or tubing through by hand and presses a foot switch to operate the Model 67200.