wire wrap wire is a nice size for lots of applications, especially fixing goofs on a new PCB design. The problem I have is getting the insulation off without nicking the wire (which causes the wire to eventually break). What is the best tool to strip the insulation without nicking? I'm willing to pay reasonable $'s as I'm a tool junkie.
Well I have some good news then. I just purchased for $6.50 an all metal wire wrap tool that looks like a jeweler's screwdriver that has a brass handled stripping tool hidden inside the handle of the wire wrapping too. The cutting blade is even held on to the brass handle with a small Phillips flat head screw. It looks pretty well made actually. Radio Shack P/N 276-1570. Was only a couple of feet away from the Arduino and Parallax gear. Picked up a copy of Massimo Banzi's "Getting Started with Arduino" book. Although I'm heavily invested in ARM and NXP MCU's, I think I'll give Arduino a try. Is he associated with the Banzi Institute or related in any way to Buckaroo Banzi?