Due to a lack of retailer options, I began making my own blades to handle the thick and rough lumber associated with framing barns, shops, decks, etc. Upon researching sawmill operations, I discovered their blades are heavy with oversized teeth t...
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I have a carbide saw sharpening and repair shop. In addition I also build custom saw blades that are more durable and aggressive than anything you can buy from a retailer. My specialty is an aggressive 24T 10" blade for cutting and ripping treated stock 2" and thicker.
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