I know, I know. When I first heard of such a thing, I thought what you are probably thinking now: maybe for some exotic coated wire, but for regular wire, I just use a pair of diagonal cutters or a mechanical stripper or a razor blade. You can do that, of course, and for large solid wires, you can even get good results. There are two minor issues.
Hot Wire Strippers Are Probably The Best Tool You Aren’t Using
Designed especially for electronic assembly to aerospace standards, the wire stripper combines high production rates with consistently high wiring reliability. It is especially valuable when working with fine gage wire. Each unit has adjustable strip and wire-gage stops. The rugged alloy blades have a long life under demanding production schedules. They also cool instantly, eliminating the need for special racks or holding clips and providing complete operator safety.