Why you need TigerAngle
Cutting angles, especially compound angles, is no one’s favorite job. Setting stops, setting angles, check and rechecking takes a lot of time that could be better used cutting parts. Time is money. Instead of doing all that, you could be using TigerAngle.
TigerAngle, together with BeamWorks software, makes it easy to produce very custom parts with complex angles just in time. Just enter your parts and angles into BeamWorks, and let TigerStop’s powerful Dynamic Optimization nest the parts so that you will receive the maximum possible yield. Beamworks can easily handle your data, even BIM files can be imported with ease. TigerAngle can be configured with one or two angled axis’s for either simple or compound miters.
- Jog Mode
- Calculator mode
- Preset Function
- Metric, Decimal and Fractional Inches
- Integrated automatic retractable guarding
- Automatic Miter axis
- Optional automatic bevel axis
Automatic Angle Adjustment
TigerAngle can automatically position the miter and bevel to the exact angle for the size of the part. The angle range is from 45° left to 35° right.
Choose your Cutting Envelope
TigerAngle has two saw options depending on the cutting envelope you need. Model ZS200N 3D has a cutting capacity of 420 mm at 90° and 295 mm at 45°. Model ZS170N 2D has a cutting capacity of 450 mm at 90° and 310 mm at 45°.
Dynamic Optimization and Nesting with BeamWorks
Optimizing is hard to do with parts cut at 90°. Its even harder when you add 2 more dimensions with a miter and a bevel. This is where TigerAngle’s BeamWorks software can speed up your production. Once all sizes and angles have been entered, BeamWorks will use its Dynamic Optimization nesting software to reorder, flip and rotate all the pieces so that you get the mathematically calculated best yield and best cutting efficiency for your stock material.
Easy to use
Complicated math requires highly skilled labor and takes lots of time to do calculations. TigerAngle is easy to use and takes out the complicated math, reducing errors and therefore costly rework.
With software handling your cutting you reduce the chances of errors and with that costly rework.