Squares traditional or tapered blocks and cuts accurate slices
use - Precision cutting - Compact
Some of the features of the two different models are listed below. The larger model is for someone who wants to cut the side of a can block to an even/parallel 20 inch width. Where as the 10 inch version allows cuts from 10 to 1 inch, like trimming the face of a Clinebell or a sheet of ice for logos.
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Trim Saw Owner Testimonials
Julian Bailey of Ice Culture - www.iceculture.com
"We used the TRIM SAW extensively when refurbishing
the ice restaurant in Dubai. We had to use locally manufactured blocks that were tapered on all four sides and contained a heavy feather at one end. We set up a system which involved two of our team
trimming and slicing blocks for walls, pillars, tables and benches. We made more then 1000 full cuts without any problems and the project was completed much faster because of this
Harold Sawatzky of Ice Decor - www.icedecor.ca
"After several years of cutting ice
blocks with an Alaskan mill we purchased and TRIM SAW this past year. By doing so we have significantly reduced the physical labor involved with cutting ice. It takes up very little valuable floor
space and it sits right next to the CNC. The TRIM SAW needed little set up time and has required minimal maintenance. It's been an all around affordable step to growing our ice
Trim Saw model 20 trimming a Clinebell block to 10 inches
Trim Saw Model 20 cutting a tapered block at 20", 10", 5" and how to convert the back wall