Vancouver, WA – TigerStop LLC, the global leader in automatic stop gauge and pusher systems, introduces TigerPro, an automatic length measuring stop system which attaches quickly to a saw table or other fixture. Simply enter the dimensions into the controller, place the wood, metal or pipe on the stop and make a cut, punch, or drill with accuracy and speed.
TigerPro provides an affordable automated measurement system for cutting, punching, and drilling giving customers the ability to complete jobs up to 33% faster, with greater precision and less waste. The TigerPro system is portable and flexible; cabinet makers can use it to automate their shop or take it to the cabinet install site. And with the TigerPro, shop owners can complete jobs more quickly for higher profits and more competitive job bids. TigerPro offers affordable automation that can pay for itself within the first weeks of operation. It can be used anywhere to eliminate the repetitive steps with tape measures and marking or in situations where accuracy is critical.
“I attached it right to my chop saw workstation and immediately saw the benefits and productivity gains”, says Tom Waterbury, owner, Waterbury’s Woodworks. “This is the perfect tool; it’s rugged, lightweight, portable and affordable, giving me confidence that each cut is accurate. It lives up to the reputation of repeatable accuracy I have come to expect with TigerStop products.”
“TigerPro was designed specifically to meet the productivity challenges of metal and wood shops needing to implement automated solutions for lean production improvements and top line growth,” said Matt Harris, Chief Marketing Officer, TigerStop. “TigerPro will make a real difference to the company who wants to quickly implement lean methods and needs the edge for lower cost or faster delivery to win their next job.”
Availability and Pricing:
TigerPro is $2,995 and is available now through your local TigerStop dealer or distributor. To receive a demonstration of TigerPro at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Chicago, IL, McCormick Place, on April 16 -18, 2010, please drop by booth #N8226.
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