Schleuniger UniStrip 2600

  • UniStrip 2600

    Stripping Machine

    Schleuniger's most versatile stripping machine, the UniStrip 2600 can process many unique applications and wire & cable types, including discrete wire from 0.03 mm² up to 16 mm² (6 - 32 AWG), power cords (even multiple-conductors with different lengths, all in one cycle), multi-conductor cables, flat cables and others. The UniStrip 2600 is fully electric and features strong, quiet drives and fast cycle times.
    • Virtually unlimited range of applications
    • Fully programmable - up to 1'000 memory locations
    • Wire list processing
    • Many unique processing functions for special applications
    • SmartStrip™ technology option
    Material
    • Solid Wire
    • Cable
    • Discrete Wire
    • Stranded Wire
    • Multi-conductor Cable
    • Single Conductor Cable
    • Wire
    • Flat Ribbon Cable
    • Flat Cable
    • Rubber
    • Kapton
    • PUR
    • PVC
    • Tefzel®
    • Teflon®
    • Flat Material
    • Jacketed Flat Cable
    Processing Capabilities
    • Stripping
    • Jacket Stripping
    • Multiple Strip
    • Multiple Step
    • Multiple Layer Stripping
    • Cutting & Stripping Short Mode
    Application Range
    The UniStrip 2600 is the most flexible stripping machine on the market. It can process discrete wires from 0.03 – 16 mm² (32 – 6 AWG), round cables up to 9 mm in diameter and flat cables up to 11 mm wide. Stripping lengths up to 80 mm are possible, with a maximum pull-off length of 40 mm. Powerful drives, combined with state-of-the-art electronics and a user-friendly display, create an easy to use platform to strip a wide variety of wire and cable types.
    The Versatile Specialist for Highest Quality Demands
    High Precision:
    Precision mechanics coupled with new generation electronics guarantee repeatable stripping quality. The stripping head accepts different blade types. Blades can be changed quickly and easily without any tools.
    User-friendly:
    Programming is quick thanks to menuguided data entry and a graphical display of the programmed wire end. A library of standard wire sizes (in mm² and AWG) makes it easy to program new wires using default parameters for the selected wire size. As an alternative, wires can also be programmed and managed offline on a PC using Iguana™ wire processing software. Equipped with the optional SmartStrip™ function, the UniStrip 2600 virtually eliminates operator mistakes. Loading different programs between jobs becomes obsolete. With SmartStrip™ , the wire diameter is automatically detected and wires are processed according to prepro-grammed parameters. Easy insertion of the wire, cycle start by means of an automatic sensor, and the ability to clearly view the entire operation through the safety shield further add to the user-friendliness.
    Programmable Processing Parameters:
    • Pull-off speed
    • Stripping lenghts partial strip
    • Stripping lengths full strip
    • Extra spin time of the stripping head
    • Stripping diameter
    • Stripping position
    • Freely selectable stripping sequence
    • Wayback (opens blades slightly before pulling off)
    • Feed rate of the stripping blades
    • Cable clamping force
    Stripping Possibilities:
    • Full pull-off, Full pull-off and recut
    • Partial pull-off, Partial pull-off and recut
    • Multiple strips
    • Power cords with different strip lengths
    • Sensor cables with short break-out lengths
    • Flat cables (Jacket), Flat cables (Jacket and conductors)
    • Double-insulated cables
  • Wire Size Range0.03 – 16 mm² (32 – 6 AWG)
    Max. Outer Cable Diameter9 mm (0.35”)
    Max. width flat cable11 mm (to be tested)
    Stripping Length Increments0.1 mm (0.01”)
    Diameter Increments0.01 mm (0.001”)
    Max. Stripping Length80 mm (3.15”)
    Cycle Time0.6 s (20 mm stripping length)
    Cable ClampingMotorized, programmable clamping force
    Dimensions (L x W x H)500 x 140 x 235 mm (19.7 x 5.5 x 9.3”)
    Weight12 kg (26.7 lbs.)
    CE-ConformityThe UniStrip 2600 fully complies with all CE and EMC equipment guidelines