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wire stripper

[′wīr ‚strip·ər]
(engineering)
A hand-operated tool or special machine designed to cut and remove the insulation for a predetermined distance from the end of an insulated wire, without damaging the solid or stranded wire inside.
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I used to use two tools for wiring projects--a goofy little stamped metal tool to strip off sheathing and a pair of wire strippers to strip insulation off individual wires," said Ken Collier, editor in chief.
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