The Design of the Weed Grinder
Design is something you might not consider when buying a weed grinder. But as with anything, your choices affect how well the product works. Can its blades be sharpened, and if so, how easily? Does the motor slip, or does it stay secure in its position? Is there enough clearance for the weed to quickly fall out of the chamber? These are all pertinent questions that should give you pause before making a purchase.
Modern cannabis culture loves kitchenware and everything with indulging in cannabis. From cannabis bud in a bag to “blunts” that contain cannabis, smoking weed has become a cultural phenomenon, and the non-user is considered radical. So imagine my surprise when you went to a book signing party for Snoop Dog, and he was packing an antique device that looked like it could have served as a cheese grater!
Indeed, it wasn’t until Snoop Dogg began using this particular “grinder,” with its slimmed-down blades, that everyone else began copying him. Little by little, everyone from the average Joe to rap stars began carrying around their miniature version of the weed grinder. And if you know anything about the weed grinder, you know it is a must-have for any pot smoker. The weed grinder ensures the most effective and efficient way to break down and grind up your cannabis buds.
Some people might find it hard to believe that a device as simple as a pot grinder can work so well, but it takes a lot of complex parts to come together just the right way. With this careful design strategy, you would save money buying any everyday knives or grinder models. There are many ways a weed grinder can be made, but only one can give you what you want. And that’s why we will begin our exploration of weed grinder design by looking at how they are made.
Your choice of weed grinder will determine your needs, most notably the type of cannabis you use. If you use only medical marijuana, having a grinder with extra-sharp steel blades probably isn’t essential because you will be medicating small amounts and won’t clear out the chamber often. Then again, if your daily routine involves both medicating and chronic smoking, chances are a good weed grinder is a must to help control any waste material that might get lodged in the blade.