I sharpen all my carbide blades that have good carbide, and still holding
They never seem to last as long as new ones though.
"Meanie" wrote in message
I have a few circular saw blades of different manufacturers. There is a
local place who will sharpen them at .35 cents a teeth for carbide and a
straight $10 fee for steel.
Two blades are Delta steel 30 and 60 tooth which would cost $20 for both.
Three are carbide. One a Ridgid 40 tooth ($14 total), Oldham 60 tooth
($21 total) and Irwin 60 tooth ($21 total) for a total cost of $56.
Add that to the $20 the total is $76 complete for 5 blades.
Obviously, that's cheaper than even one new blade of a quality brand
such as Freud, but how long does an average blade last?
What would most of you do? Sharpen or buy new?
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