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Wire Insulation Stripping

redENERGY G4 70W HS-H

The technique of wire stripping is common practice in the electronics industry, involving the removal of the insulating material layer surrounding an electrical wire. Wire stripping is performed in order to replace, repair or to re-connect a wire to other wires or terminals.

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The technique of wire stripping is common practice in the electronics industry, involving the removal of the insulating material layer surrounding an electrical wire. Wire stripping is performed in order to replace, repair or to re-connect a wire to other wires or terminals.

Current industry methods use mechanical wire stripping machines, which frequently damage the wire itself, and CO2 laser which often cannot completely remove the insulating layer, leaving a thin residue due to the lack of absorption in the conductor.

Our redENEGY G4 Fiber Laser operate at a short processing wavelength, enabling the user to remove 100% of the insulating material with no damage to the wiring, without using chemicals and with no limit on the thickness of the wire that can be processed (as there can be with mechanical stripping), this can increase efficiency.

The process involved hot plasma being created by the laser between the insulating material and the conductive wire. This evaporates the insulator from inside out; ensuring perfect contact capability with no post processing required. The processing time of a 10mm x 10mm square is just 5.2 seconds with an additional 0.8 seconds for a cleaning pass for the highest quality finish possible and to prepare the material for further welding, soldering or other subsequent processing.

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