stone cutting bridge saw
It is called a "bridge saw" because it has a bridge-like structure that spans the work area, with a cutting head that moves along the length of the bridge. The saw is equipped with a diamond blade, which is used to make precise cuts in the stone. The saw can be operated manually or with computer controls, depending on the level of precision required. Some bridge saws also come with water jets, which help to keep the blade cool and reduce dust while cutting.