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Where can we see the M108?

Please visit us at the Lift Expo in Vancouver, January 13-14. We’ll also be at Cannacon in Seattle, February 15-17.

What is the price of the M108?

MAP pricing is $27,000 USD and $28,500 CAD. Please contact us via the contact form for more information on dealer and LP pricing.

When can I place a pre-order?

We’ll be accepting pre-orders on January 30. If you’d like to be notified when pre-ordering details are available, please let us know via the contact form.

When will production be at full capacity?

Our production line will be at full capacity in May, 2018. That doesn’t mean you’ll have to wait until then before you get your M108, it just means we won’t be cranking them out at full-speed until that point, so there may be some delays.

When can we see video of it working?

We’ll be posting video and lots of other content of the Mobius Trimmer M108 in action over the coming weeks and months.

Is it loud?

Yes. It’s loud.

Cannabis Harvesting: Wet Trimming Vs Dry Trimming. A Closer Look at the Pros and Cons.

2020 - March - 5

The wet trimming vs dry trimming debate has been going on since trimming first appeared in the cannabis world. Professionals have dug in on one side or the other to defend their position with surprising intensity and rationale. We LOVE that cultivators are that passionate about their harvesting process and creating a quality product!

The Mobius M108S was designed to fit in a wet trimming workflow OR a dry trimming workflow, with no additional parts necessary. We take an entirely agnostic approach; whatever works best for you works for us! But with our depth of cannabis trimming experience gained in facilities big and small around the world, we thought it could be helpful to explore the pros and cons of dry vs wet trimming. We’ve laid them out below in simple terms, so you can decide what’s best for your operations.



The wet trimming process follows these steps:

  1. Take down (chop)
  2. Buck
  3. Trim
  4. Dry

It’s exactly what it sounds like; the flower is trimmed immediately after being cut from the live plants.


    1. Drying process is naturally faster with less moisture-filled foliage attached to flowers. This is both a pro AND a con, as some cultivators believe the nose and taste of flower are improved with a longer dry/cure.
    2. You can get a tighter trim because the leaves on the flowers haven’t curled inward, which happens when they are dried first. 
    3. Wet trimming causes less breakage to the trichomes because they aren’t as brittle and delicate as they are after being dried.
    4. The bulk of the “waste” material can be disposed of right away, decreasing the amount of space needed post take down.


    1. You need a larger processing capacity for wet trimming because the flower needs to be trimmed immediately upon harvest. The longer it sits before trimming, the higher likelihood it will begin to mold, break down, or wilt (making it harder to trim). 
    2. Because you are working against the clock, there is little room for error, and little room for problems or holdups in the harvest.



While there are some variations, the dry trimming process typically follows these steps:

  1. Take down
  2. Hang/Dry
  3. Buck
  4. Trim


    1. Equipment doesn’t get as dirty, so cleanup is easier and faster after a trim session.
    2. You can spread the trimming process out over several days, compared to the need to trim all at once when wet trimming. 
    3. Less equipment (processing capacity) is needed because trimming can be spread out over a longer duration.


    1. You’ll need a lot more space to hang the product before trimming. (You’re storing entire branches/plants when drying, compared to just the flowers.)
    2. Product is more sensitive and fragile when dry. Just dumping totes or moving product around your facility can be damaging. 
    3. Prior to hang-drying, large fan leaves are usually removed. This is an additional manual step that can’t be easily automated.

Mobius stays completely neutral on which process creates a higher-quality product. We have seen premium flower produced by facilities that use dry trimming as well as those that use wet trimming as their preferred trimming process. Mobius equipment will perform exceptionally well for whatever method you choose. 

Looking at the two processes compared to each other, the most important difference is this:

  • Wet trimming yields a higher flower to trim ratio but requires more equipment and has less room for error.
  • Dry trimming requires more space, but is more forgiving because you can spread the trimming process out over a longer time period.

Not sure what process is right for you? Let’s talk about it. Schedule a pressure-free meeting with a Mobius cannabis harvesting expert today. 



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