Sharpening carbide saw blades
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Can it be done, or do I just need a new blade? I would rather send them to someone who knows how if it can be done.
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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
Scott Whiting is my guy

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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
I've used Bullsharp and Dynamic Saw .....both excellent, they do router bits, carbide forstner bits and all manner of cutters.
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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
+1 for Scott

Been sending all my sharpening need to him since 1999.

I also buy my shaper cutters and saw blades from him.
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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
I bought the saw sharpener from HF. Works pretty good for a cheap price. I got it for $40 - sale and coupon. I have sharpened about 12 blades I think. I don't think it's as good as a pro but they are pretty good. And I can do them more often rather then waiting until they are too dull.
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  Re: Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by JGrout ( [url=http://www.for...)
JGrout said:


Scott Whiting is my guy

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+1

He did my saw blades and now has three sets of planer blades of mine.
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  Re: Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by ®smpr_fi_mac® ([blockquote]JGrout s...)
I have a local guy who does mine and forstner bits as well. I have heard a lot of good things about Scott.

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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
I have been touching them up with an EZlap diamond hone before they get too dull...works very well....
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  Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by lincmercguy (Can it be done, or d...)
I use Dynamic Saw, too. They are local to me, have amazing German equipment, and know how to use it. Whatever you do, do not try to sharpen a carbide tipped TS blade yourself because you can't come close to what a $500K+ machine can do. It costs maybe $15 to get a blade sharpened by a pro shop.

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  Re: Re: Sharpening carbide saw blades by jteneyck (I use Dynamic Saw, t...)
jteneyck said:


I use Dynamic Saw, too. They are local to me, have amazing German equipment, and know how to use it. Whatever you do, do not try to sharpen a carbide tipped TS blade yourself because you can't come close to what a $500K+ machine can do. It costs maybe $15 to get a blade sharpened by a pro shop.

John




Zactly why I get my local guy to do my sharpening. He is an older man, you could eat off his shop floor. Always a good chat every time I go there.

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