- Configurator Beta
Why you need TigerSPC
Measuring and documenting your machining processes, in addition to selecting, verifying, and maintaining metrology equipment for those processes, can be complicated. Asking operators to measure from hole-to-hole on one piece, and then from hole-to-end on another piece can be complicated and time consuming. Additionally, not everyone on the shop floor understands the importance of statistical process control, which can be a recipe for disaster.
TigerSPC calipers were designed to help eliminate these problems. With its easy to use snap in jaws, you can change from holes to miters to overall measurements in seconds without losing calibration. All TigerSPC jaws and appliances are machined to ensure the same zero point, so no recalibrating for different setups.
TigerStop makes it easy for you to upgrade your TigerSPC software. TigerSPC works with Windows 10 and other SPC data software available on the market. TigerSPC makes it simple for your operator, ensuring accurate measurements every time.
- Equipped with high precision jaws that can be interchanged without the need for calibration.
- Measures in fractional inches, decimal inches, and metric.
- Working lengths from 0-16 feet.
- Anodized aluminum 6061-T6 construction.
Mullion Half Lap Jaws/Miter Jaws/Swivel Block Attachment
TigerSPC is a statistical process control caliper set designed to be attached to the TigerStop table system with working lengths from 0-16 feet. The calipers can be equipped with a selection of both standard and custom attachments that allow it to be specifically configured for your set of critical quality control measurements.
Mullion/Muntin Half Lap Jaws
Use the mullion half lap jaw attachment to measure the center to center distance between two half lap joints.
Miter jaw attachments are used to measure the long side of miter cut pieces.
Swivel Block Attachment
The swivel block attachment measures from hole center to hole center. It also swivels and allows you to attach other jaw accessories without losing your reference point.