– Best small sized wire stripper weighing only 3 pounds (rust-free light-weight aluminum)
– Strips 18AWG – 6AWG (solid and stranded)
– ONLY $189 CAD on sale!
– Designed AND manufactured by us!! (TNT Tooling in North America)
– Hardened high carbon tool steel cutter
– Estimated Strips/min.: 450 inches/min.
Best Warranty for Wire Strippers: Try this product out and if you are not 100% satisfied return it for a full refund within 30 days. (excludes shipping costs)
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Please read the Terms and Conditions (warranty inclusive). As stated in the Terms and Conditions, wire stripper machines are dangerous machines and must be used with caution. Do not hold onto the wire and turn the machine on at the same time. Avoid touching the blade at all times.
1 . Make sure the drill is turned off.
2 . Using the adjustment knob on the right and left sides, adjust the guides to the wire thickness. Space between each guide rail and the blade must be equal. (wire must be able to slide in and out easily with minimum clearance)
3 . Slide the wire through the guide rails until the wire is just underneath the cutting blade.
4 . Using the cutter-adjustment knob on the top of the machine, turn the knob while your other hand is moving the wire back and forth along the guide rails until the cutter grabs the wire (you will feel resistance once the cutter grabs the wire – ensure that you do not need to pull on the wire to remove it from the guide rails).
5 . Let go of the wire (DO NOT HOLD ONTO THE WIRE). Turn the drill on, the blade will rotate, grip the wire and pull it through the machine.
5a . If the blade does not grip the wire and pull it through while the drill is on, turn off the drill and push the wire in further, then let go of the wire and turn on the drill. Check to make sure that the space between each guide rail and the blade is equal.
6 . Once the wire is pulled through the machine, turn off the drill and remove the insulation from the copper wire.