Knife Repair

I do a bit more than just sharpening – de-rusting, cleaning, adjusting and oiling as necessary are included with every sharpening service. I also repair loose slabs and pins. Drop off your damaged knife or email pictures with explanation of problem.

Metal Polishing

I combine old-fashioned service, techniques and workmanship with state-of-the-art technology to provide some pretty nice metal polishing. I polish aluminum, brass, stainless steel and other metals.
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Repair & Recondition

I repair & recondition all types of tools and cutting instruments.

Restoration

One of my passions is restoration of old tools, giving them many more years of use. I always work to maintain the integrity of original material and design.

Cast Iron Cookware

I de-rust and condition cast iron cookware starting with an electrolysis bath. There is seldom any need for any further surface conditioning with the exception of possibly some light sanding. Then, the conditioning makes them look and cook great.

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Mail-in Service

Send your items by Priority Mail and they will be returned within 48 to 72 hours. Include return postage with sharpening fees.

Walking Canes

On occassion I will take time to make one of a kind walking canes and staffs. I even take orders for canes and staffs with custom themes. I have done canes for teachers, nurses, soldiers and more. I need months of lead time for custom work.

Who Sharpens Chainsaw Chains in Mobile Alabama

Who Sharpens ChainSaw Chains in Mobile Alabama?

Super Sharp Shop. That’s Who
Phone: 251-583-5955

 

For chainsaw sharpening in Mobile Alabama give me a call. If dropped off before noon, turnaround is usually by noon the following day.

Other sharpening services:

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Chainsaw Sharpening: How To Measure Chain Pitch

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Chainsaw Sharpening: How To Measure Chain Pitch

 

The pitch of a chain refers to the distance between its drive links.

It is determined by measuring the distance between any three consecutive drive links and dividing by two. Example: 3/4″ divided by 2 = 3/8″. Sometimes pitch is expressed as a fraction: 3/8″ and sometimes it is expressed as a decimal: .404″.

The pitch measurement of a saw chain helps reveal overall size of the chain–usually a larger pitch indicates a heavier and bigger chain.

The most common pitch used by professionals is 3/8″. It offers good flexibility, low weight, adequate strength, and good cutting speed.

Another popular pitch is .404″ and 3/4″ pitch chain.

Note: When replacing parts, keep in mind that the pitch of the chain, the pitch of the drive sprocket, and the pitch of the bar tip must all match.

Here Is A Nice Online Decimal to Fraction Calculator

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