LAS VEGAS – TigerStop will show its new TigerTouch, a software solution for fully automated wood sawing and other material processing, at AWFS Fair 2015, running July 22-25 in Las Vegas. The system operates on a Microsoft SurfacePro 3 Tablet computer with a 12-inch screen.
TigerStop positioning systems for cut-off, punching, boring, and machining requiring length measurement can be coupled with TigerTouch, said to provide a sophisticated and user friendly visual representation of the actual material process, allowing for greater control and customization on the manufacturing floor.
TigerTouch supports both push-feed and set-point cut lists from manual to full-auto processing. The program allows the user to download cut lists straight from the office. TigerTouch can then optimize all the material in the cut list, on the fly, based on the operator’s specific needs.
“We designed TigerTouch to dramatically improve operator ease-of-use and allow the user to have everything from manual to full auto processing at their fingertips,” says Spencer Dick, founder and CEO at TigerStop. TigerTouch along with other TigerStop systems will be in AWFS Fair 2015 Booths 8637 and 8837 at the Las Vegas Convention Center July 22-25, 2015.
TigerTouch allows dynamic optimizing, combination of cut lists to maximize yield, supports full label printing for parts identification, visual cut lists with up to 3 grades, changing cut lists on the fly, and other functions.
TigerStop produces automated stop/gauge and pusher systems under the TigerStop and SawGear brand names. Its products are used in cabinet, furniture, construction, fenestration, electronics, plastics and metalworking industries.
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