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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Carpentry Tools Sharpening

I sharpen an extensive list of carpentry tools including circular saw blades, carbide shape cutters, router bits, dado blade sets, milling bits, hand saws, hand planes and more. Read More

CARBIDE BLADE SHARPENING

I sharpen just about any tool that gets dull, including circular saw blades, bandsaw blades, router bits, end mills, planer knives, granulator knives, slitters, chipper knives, multi-piece tooling sets, and more. If you have the need, ask about pick-up and delivery services. Normal turn around time is 24 to 48 hours for small quantities.

Router Bit Sharpening

Carbide Tipped Router Bits Sharpening Services

  • 1 & 2 Flute Straight Router Bits $6.50
  • 3 Flute Straight Router Bits $7.00
  • 2 Flute Formed Router Bits $9.50
  • Large Diameter Formed Router Bits are the same price as shaper cutters

Carbide Tipped Shaper Cutters Sharpening Services

  • 2 Wing $14.00
  • 3 Wing $18.00
  • 4 Wing $28.00
  • 3 Wing 5 piece set $60.00
  • 3 Wing 6 piece set $72.00
  • 3 Wing 8 piece set $96.00

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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.

Repair & Recondition

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

Sharpening Tin Snips

Sharpening Tin Snips

 

 

Most tin snips have a serrated edge which prevents the tin being cut from sliding. In order to maintain the serrations, it is necessary to use a coarse grinding wheel and not slide the edge across the face of the grinding wheel.

It will probably be necessary to take the tin snips apart in order to be able to sharpen the cutting edges. Be aware that when you disassemble the snips you will probably have one or more spring washers under the nut. Don’t lose them.
When putting the snips back together, adjust the tighness of the nut so that the handles spring apart when squeezed and released.
A drop of oil in the pivot area would be good.
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Published: October 3, 2014

How To Sharpen & Treat A Shovel

How To Sharpen & Treat A Shovel

 

A shovel is a cutting device – and an earth moving device. And, it is so easy to take shovels for granted. If you want maximum efficiency and the least expenditure of your energy, sharpening and treating your shovel is the way to go.

You need to sharpen the edge, coat the metal and oil the handle.

  1. Mount the shovel to your workbench with the pointed end facing away from you and pointed up. Using a 45 degree angle, pass a 10 inch mill file across the digging edge until you have a nice shiny edge. Turn the shovel over and repeat the process on the other side.
  2. Clean the metal surface and apply a thin coat of oil or car wax.
  3. At least once a season, coat the wooden handle with linseed oil.
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Published: October 3, 2014

Chainsaw Chain Size Or Gauge

There are several sizes of chainsaw teeth diameters with the most common being 3/16, 5/32 and 7/32

 

MORE ARTICLES ABOUT CHAINSAW SHARPENING ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE MAIN PAGE

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Published: October 2, 2014