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    Usually, we get insulated copper wire from citizens or small scrap yard. Then, we have two choices: sell them directly to another big buyer or strip them for a better price. The former choice is so simple, but you will always at the bottom of "Profit Pyramid". Usually, an automatic wire stripping machine only take a few hundred dollar or about one thousand dollars. It will return you quickly in a short time. So I think it is worth buying a wire stripping machine to strip copper/aluminum wire.
    If you think yes, Amisy wire stripping machine is a good choice. You can search it online by yourself.



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    Quote Originally Posted by AMSrecycling View Post
    Usually, we get insulated copper wire from citizens or small scrap yard. Then, we have two choices: sell them directly to another big buyer or strip them for a better price. The former choice is so simple, but you will always at the bottom of "Profit Pyramid". Usually, an automatic wire stripping machine only take a few hundred dollar or about one thousand dollars. It will return you quickly in a short time. So I think it is worth buying a wire stripping machine to strip copper/aluminum wire.
    If you think yes, Amisy wire stripping machine is a good choice. You can search it online by yourself.
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