Gin saw

Related to Gin saw: Roller gin
a saw used in a cotton gin for drawing the fibers through the grid, leaving the seed in the hopper.
- Halliwell.

See also: Gin

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On the market only a few years, the New World gin saw sales up nearly 80% overall in 2009, according to Handbook Advance 2010.
They rapidly incorporated air-handling of the seed cotton from the wagon to the bale press, and they developed dryers and cleaners efficient enough that the locks--segments of cotton fiber within the boll--reaching the gin saws were as pristine as hand-picked.
It costs somewhere between $700,000 and $825,000 to set up a ginning factory with five or six gin saws.