We were there the second "measure twice, cut once" became a thing of the past.
TigerStop was started in 1994 by Spencer Dick, who as the owner of a thriving manufacturing business, became frustrated with the inherent inefficiencies of his machine operators stopping to reset and re-calibrate whenever they were cutting material to various lengths. Spencer also noticed that regardless of how carefully material was measured, the end results were always of slightly different dimensions. Spencer and his wife,Mary, founded TigerStop to automate the cutting process so that exact and accurate parts, whether wood, metal or plastic, would result each and every time.
TigerStop, LLC is a global leader in automated stop/gauge and pusher systems under the TigerStop and SawGear brand names. Headquartered in Washington State, TigerStop is a U.S. manufacturer of products for the fenestration, cabinet, furniture, construction, electronics, plastics and metalworking industries. TigerStop has a second manufacturing and distribution facility in Wierden, Netherlands, a distribution network spanning six continents, and product support in five languages. TigerStop products easily integrate with existing equipment to help optimize and improve the accuracy of all lineal cutting processes. To view videos and testimonials or to request a quote, please visit www.tigerstop.com or phone 360-254-0661.
Address: 12909 NE 95th Street, Vancouver, WA 98682
Phone: 360 254 0661
TigerStop’s Mission is to empower local manufacturers to be globally competitive. We do that on four core fronts:
1. Creating innovative technologies around unmet needs that provide unparalleled performance and value.
2. Developing products and processes that minimize environmental impact and make the best use of resources.
3. Educating both ourselves and local manufacturers in best practices to grow successful, sustainable businesses.
4. Build a community making automation flexible and easily implementable for manufacturers so they can succeed in the global marketplace.
- The Golden Rule