Wire Stripping Machines
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Yes! We have videos of our wire stripping machines on youtube.com. You can find them on our TNT Tooling Video Page
The blade is made out of hardened tool steel. If used properly, it is expected to have minimum wear because it is only cutting plastic and/or rubber. We cannot provide an estimate as to how long the blade will last because every user will run the machine differently. We have clients who have our wire stripping machines for over 1 year and have not needed to replace the blade. Other clients have replaced the blade in as early as 3 months.
For the WS83 and WSM models, the replacement blades cost $55 CAD.
For the WSX model, the replacement blades cost $35 CAD.
There is very little maintenance required for our wire stripping machines. The roller needs to be kept clean. You can do this by using a brush to brush out any rubber or plastic stuck to the roller.
For the WS83 and the WSM models, the guide rails for the cutter need to be greased periodically to maintain the smooth operation of the rails.
Please see our Shipping Rates page for details. If the country you would like our products shipped to does not appear on our Shipping Rates page then feel free to send us an email at email@example.com and we will be happy to provide you with a quote.
When you go to our TNT Tooling Online Store and decide to make a purchase you will be able to select the shipping that you require based on the product that you are purchasing. For example, ground shipping within Canada for the WSX model is a flat rate of $25 (there is no HST on the shipping amount).
We have a 60 day warranty which you can view on our Terms of Purchase page.
What you will need
- allen keys
- 5/16" punch or bolt
- 4" x 4" piece of wood with a 3/8" hole in the center
- Remove front cover by removing the 2 screws on the top
- Remove 2 screws on the side of the machine (towards the top)
- Carefully remove the top adjusting screw and plate
- From there you will be able to remove the cutter and its housing unit
- Watch out for 2 springs on the sides which may pop out of place
- Put the housing unit (which contains pin/shaft) on the 4"x4" piece of wood
- Align the pin/shaft with the hole in the 4"x4" piece of wood
- Carefully tap the pin/shaft with the hammer and punch or bolt
- Tap the pin/shaft until the it is completely removed from the housing
- Wipe all parts with a dry cloth
- Lubricate the pin/shaft and cutter with WD40 or similar
- Reassemble the machine (reverse steps provided above)