Thanks for all of the responses. I made a small mistake. I should have made
it clear that I intend to leave the enamel on the wire except for a few
spots were I want to make a solder connection.
I guess I was just lazy -- a knife, a file and some sandpaper will do the
job but when I have to do tens of wires I start to look for a less labor
intensive solution :-) Anyway I have been told that enamel is no longer used
... apparently it has been replaced by a resin and there is nothing other
than elbow grease and fire that will remove it.
tnx for all of the wonderful suggestions.
Sylvan Katz, VE5ZX
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