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Processing Difficult-to-Strip Wires
June 2012
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The UniStrip 2550 fully programmable stripping machine is engineered for high precision and flexibility. It strips wires ranging in size from 0.03 - 6 mm2 (32 - 10 AWG) and jacketed cables up to 5.5 mm (0.22 inches) in diameter. The machine comes standard with V blades, the optimum solution for stripping most wires without having to change blades.

The machine can also be equipped with radius, die, or flat blades, depending on the application. These special blade types are used for stripping wires with difficult to strip insulations such as Teflon, Kapton, Kynar, and other insulations, which are typically used in the military and aerospace industries.

An integrated library of standard wire sizes and an intuitive menu-guided touchscreen interface are designed to make it the most user-friendly machine of its type on the market. All parameters are programmable and can be stored or recalled in seconds. The machine is designed for a high degree of ergonomics, including focused LED lighting, to provide a high level of operator comfort.

The UniStrip 2550 shares a common user interface and machine design with the UniStrip 2300. While both machines can use universal V blades, the 2550 is able to use radius blades, die blades, flat blades, etc.

Schleuniger, Inc.


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