Choosing a wire stripper is more of a personal choice rather than a wire manufacture recommending one. Here are some of my ideas on what to look for with some examples to get you started.
By personal I mean. What what are your personal needs or your company’s requirements?
Is this for low or minimal usage such as to have for small home or business projects? For this, I would steer the user to something like this Wire Stripper from Jonard Tools part number WS-5, Digi-Key part number K640-ND. This is for wire gauges 10awg to 30awg
Wire strippers like this are adjustable to prevent wire nicking and are handy to have for most small projects to service techs keeping one in their tool kit.
When the stripping length needs to be more consistent and again for lower volume use, a stripper tool like this Knipex Tool LP part number 12 62 180, Digi-Key part number 2172-1262180-ND for wire sizes from 10awg to 24awg.
For removing the sheath from a multi-conductor cable or a single cut with coaxial cable, a tool like this Jonard Tools part number UST-500, Digi-Key part number K551-ND
Coaxial cable usually requires at least a double and maybe more step (cut) tool and are usually matched to the cable type. Here is a Tempo Communications tool for RG-58, 59 and 62, part number PA1255, Digi-Key part number PA-1255-ND
You can also take a look at our wider larger selection of coaxial tools