I work for a factory that makes wire harnesses for RV's. I'm in charge of all coax end installation. I usually install about 1000 Thomas & Betts SNSRG6QS connectors a week and sometimes 600 per day. Right now we are using all Belden RG6 which I know they should be using the RG6 connectors on and not the QS but but they don't care. But my issue is that the customer is looking to switch to Belden RG6 Quad Sheild cable. We got a spool in the other day and I have been testing out ways to install the connectors quickly since I would have to do so many ends. The instructions that come in the box of connectors says you should peel back the first braiding then slit the first foil and then peel back the rest of the braiding then install the connector. As you know that takes a while to do all of that for one connector, so I got online and tried looking around and it said to set my stripper to cut threw the first set of braiding and foil and peel back the inner braid and put the connector on. Which way should I be doing it, because I know if i strip threw it, it would make it go a lot faster but is the electrical contact between the sheilding going to be up to standard? I purchased a coax flaring tool to try on it but just using that isn't going to work because you still have that outter foil on there and the connector will not go flush. Normally I can install a single connector on RG6 cable from start to finish in about 10 seconds, with the quad sheild I was only getting about 20-30 seconds per connector, and when you times that by the amount of connectors installed it adds up.