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Automatic Bud Trimmers

  • Original price $6,295.00
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    Current price $4,195.00
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    CenturionPro Dry Batch Trimmer (DBT) Model 2

    CenturionPro

    CenturionPro Dry Batch Trimmer (DBT) Model 2 CenturionPro is well known for their hybrid (wet/dry) trimmers and now with their line of Dry Batch Tr...

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    Original price $6,295.00
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    Original price $6,295.00
    Current price $4,195.00
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  • Original price $28,900.00 - Original price $32,260.00
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    Zoom Pro Wet Or Dry Bud Trimmer

    Zoom

    The Zoom Pro is the latest model (and for the time being the only model) from Zoom Technologies. It is the goldilocks of trimming machines. This ru...

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    Original price $28,900.00 - Original price $32,260.00
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Why Buy An Automatic Bud Trimmer?

Automatic bud trimming machines automate the labor-intensive process of trimming cannabis flowers. They save time and money, generally paying for themselves within a few days in saved labor costs.

The two main types are wet trimmers and dry trimmers. Wet trimmers trim fresh (wet) marijuana flowers, while dry trimmers process

dried material. Which is better depends very much on your particular situation.

When trimming wet, all the trimming needs to be done at once, during harvest time. That can be a big drawback for large operations. On the other hand, drying trimmed buds takes up much less space than drying untrimmed buds.

Another advantage of trimming dry is that you can move your harvest off site and dry it elsewhere. If trimming wet, you need to take care of the trimming on-site.

This article goes into much more detail on wet vs. dry trimming.

If you are unsure which bud trimming machine is right for you, we also have a detailed buyer's guide that walks you through the decision and helps you find the perfect trimmer for your needs.

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