Like many makers, I build a lot of cables. I also get tired of manually operating the side cutters and wire strippers, who doesn't?
Apparently, making DIY automated strippers is a thing, so I gave it a go with parts I had lying around the shop. This one is unique in that it is completely driven by brushless motors using moteus controllers, which makes it fast, and all the structural components are 3d printed, which makes it accessible.
It should work on wires roughly from 18 AWG up to 30AWG, although I've mostly tested it with 26 so far.
This hardware design and source code is all open source on github.
Being relatively cheap it just uses an off the shelf V blade cutter, so requires some tuning to balance stripping performance vs damage to the conductors. But on the plus side, the same cutting hardware can handle a relatively large range of wire sizes.