A simple and inexpensive device for sawing rock specimens up to 7 inches square in cross section was designed and described by Vanderwilt.1 Some changes in Vanderwilt’s original design were made by the present writer, and a machine was constructed at the University of Arizona which incorporated these changes. It has been in operation for more than a year and has given very satisfactory results.

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