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This arc-stripping head 10 oscillates with respect to the wire 16 to promote more uniform stripping.
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Oscillating Electrodischarge Wire Stripper Head
This arc-stripping head 10 oscillates with respect to the wire 16 to promote
more uniform stripping.
Head 10 is made of dielectric material and contains two hollow tubes 12
facing end to end. Electrodes 14 in the tubes are connected across a high
tension transformer. When a wire is placed between the electrode tips and
voltage applied to the transformer, sufficient energy is developed to arc-strip
organic insulation off the surface of the wire 16.
To promote uniform stripping of the wire, the head 10 is caused to oscillate
with respect to the wire 16. For this purpose, the head 10 is mounted on a slide.
The slide is set into minute oscillation perpendicular to both the wire 16 and arc
axis. This oscillation causes the arc to flicker back and forth on both sides of the
wire 16 and strips the insulation completely off a segment of the wire 16. The
length of the wire segment, which is arc-stripped, is determined by advancing the
wire across the arc gap in increments which are approximately equal to the width
of the arc.
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