4 Questions to Ask Your Bud Trimming Machine Seller

It’s a well-known fact that a good bud trimmer doesn’t come cheap; however, since price is not a true representation of quality, the bud trimming solution could often turn out to be made of poor quality materials.

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Keeping this in mind, while buying a bud trimming machine, you need to be vigilant about the features that you are paying for and how they could affect you in the long term.

 

By asking these 4 questions from your bud trimmer vendor, you can ensure to find a bud trimming solution that meets your requirements.

 

Do You Have a Manual or Motorized Machine?

A few vendors provide manual bud trimming machines while others offer a faster solution in terms of motorized bud trimmer machines. What will help you choose between these two is observing just how often would you require to use your new bud trimming machine, and how much produce will you be expecting to process.

When you have the answer to these questions and have also obtained a response from the vendor as well, you can determine what kind of a machine you want.

 

Do You Offer Resin Extraction Through Your Bud Trimmer?

Resin extraction, or the extraction of kief, is a critical process that affects the end results of your consumption of marijuana.

Resin glands or kief refers to the sticky crystals on a marijuana plant that are turned into a fine and powdery pollen after bud trimming. If you have a pollinator tumbler, then it helps you save the powder in a separate section of your pollinator machine. This goes a long way because kief is the most potent part of a cannabis plant in terms of cannabinoids, and it is highly sought after by marijuana aficionados and sellers alike. Make sure to only go with vendors that give a positive answer to this question.

 

Is Your Bud Trimming Machine Bladeless?

Gone are the days when you had to deal with sharpening blades and taking the bud trimmer to get fixed every other day on a high yield production. With the help of a bladeless trimmer, you can ensure to process bud trimming much more efficiently. This helps in your grow getting the treatment it deserves so that it can turn into beautifully trimmed flower.

Needless to say, having a bladeless trimmer also eradicates any needs to have regular maintenance done on the blades.

 

Do You Have a Wet or Dry Bud Trimming Machine?

In the world of marijuana, two methods are mostly used when it comes to trimming cannabis. These methods are known as wet trim and dry trim.

While wet trimming is easier and faster to process, dry trimming provides a cleaner smoke experience and with a distinct taste, drying out the cannabis plant ebbs away the chlorophyll smell and taste, leaving the cannabis experience shine in all its glory.

As the name suggests, a dry bud trimming machine is efficient in trimming dried cannabis plants. A dry bud trimmer is used by those who have chosen the dried trim method but want the process to be executed without significant difficulties. So, if you want a more potent taste and effects, then you may most certainly go with a dry bud trimmer.

Once you have asked these 4 questions, you will be able to make up your mind accordingly and select a vendor and machine combination that meets your expectations and requirements for your bud trimming needs.