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Posted on Hard Maple dulling tooling, blades, bits, and knives

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#1 posted 10-23-2012 11:03 PM

No, although depending on their current condition, you might want to get them sharpened. I use a lot of white oak plus some purpleheart, walnut, cherry, maple, MDF, bubinga, etc and get my Forrest saw blades sharpened every couple years. YMMV

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