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talonfoe
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USA
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Posted - 09/06/2010 :  22:57:43  Show Profile Send talonfoe a Private Message
Okay the same post is most likely on here somewhere but I didn't see it. I was checking online and ebay has the manual wire stripper that clamps to the counter. Does any1 have any exsperiance with one of these?

I plan on doing alot of wire stripiing and the knife technique works fine for solid although I know I scrap some copper off doing this. Unless the braided is of larger gauge I normally just toss in the insulated pile. My thing mainly is that I gtet 3x for stripped compared to insulated. And it will be alot easier to store/stockpile larger quantities stripped?

Feedback will be appreciated. Thanks

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messymessy
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Posted - 09/07/2010 :  21:48:15  Show Profile Send messymessy a Private Message
Can you tell me exactly what stripper you're looking at on Ebay? I've got a stripper that has been sold on Ebay in the past.
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talonfoe
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USA
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Posted - 09/08/2010 :  01:24:55  Show Profile Send talonfoe a Private Message
I was this model

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Sry for the long shortcut but thats the 1st 1 I saw listed on the search. I can not justufy an automated 1 anytime in the near future but this would work for me in the garage to strip the braded wires rather than just sell insulated.
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Flbandit
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USA
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Posted - 09/08/2010 :  06:19:12  Show Profile Send Flbandit a Private Message
The Video looks like it works pretty well, but for $100 it still seems kind of expensive. Of course I'm uber cheap!

Are you throwing that out?
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messymessy
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88 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2010 :  21:29:37  Show Profile Send messymessy a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by talonfoe

I was this model

You must be logged in to see this link.


Sry for the long shortcut but thats the 1st 1 I saw listed on the search. I can not justufy an automated 1 anytime in the near future but this would work for me in the garage to strip the braded wires rather than just sell insulated.



Sorry, but I don't have any experience with that type of stripper. If you get one, be sure to tell us if it works good.
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abe
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117 Posts

Posted - 09/09/2010 :  09:29:53  Show Profile Send abe a Private Message
The only question I really have is how long will the blade last. 10 bucks for a blade.
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talonfoe
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USA
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Posted - 09/10/2010 :  00:05:04  Show Profile Send talonfoe a Private Message
Yeah that would be a big ??? to ask the seller. But doubt they would state that the blade had to be replace after X amount of feet or X number of sharpenings.
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fasteddy
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USA
298 Posts

Posted - 09/10/2010 :  08:16:00  Show Profile Send fasteddy a Private Message
my pile of wire is starting to get out of control...may need to get in the work shop and build a stripper for way less than a C note.
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