Mercury Data Cable Stripping Machines
Our Mercury laser wire stripping machines are designed to strip all types of polymer insulations, such as jackets, ribbons and dialetrics, from high-tech wires to high-voltage cables. The choice of model depends on the type of application and the strip requirement. The suffix numbers differentiate the optical system used.
- Mercury-1: single axis stripping, i.e. across the wire
- Mercury-2: dual axis stripping, i.e. cuts in 2 dimensions, across and along the wire
- Mercury-4: galvo scanners, i.e. cuts multi-dimensionally, including curves
- Mercury-5: 3 beam mirror system with auto-focus lenses
- Mercury-6: fully rotational for large circumference, multi-layer cables.
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Basic entry data cable stripping machine for standard stripping of jackets, dielectrics and single layer polymer insulation.
Fully featured versatile dual-axis laser wire stripper. Capable of all the functions of the Mercury-1 plus creation of windows and slits in cable jackets.
A powerful carbon dioxide laser which strips all materials and colors.
- high speed optics enable stripping, slitting and total insulation vaporization
- flexible color touchscreen interface
- multiple power options
- integration with cut and strip machines.
A laser stripping machine that strips large gage, single conductor jackets:
- Auto-focus to allow rapid change-over between wire sizes: 1 mm (0.04") to 20 mm (0.79")
- Long stripping length up to 200 mm (7.9")
- Easy to use
- Compact, bench-top unit.
A powerful laser stripping machine for large, multi-layer cables, such as Coroplast HV cables:
- Fast-loading, with adjustable focus for changing between wire sizes up to 30 mm outer diameter
- Highly flexible and robust
- Unique cable end locating system for accurate length stripping.
We offer a range of custom wire stripping solutions - either as a single machine solution - or by integrating other wire processing machines to form a line.