Got a project. Bamboo canes are connected into a fence material with wire that is strung horizontally. The product comes in "sheets" that are 48" tall so the bamboo forms a sort of wall. However, the height needs trimming. These "sheets" are being applied to a wall inside a restaurant as a decorative accent. Has anyone cut dry bamboo canes like this? What tool did you use? Some people cut individual poles with hacksaws. Some people recommend a very fine toothed band saw (not entirely practical in the field). Bamboo frays and cracks if it is cut with a Skillsaw. My approach is to use a cut off wheel in an angle grinder. Another alternative might be a jig saw with a fine metal blade. What is your experience and/or recommendation?