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 to last through many sharpenings. Most of the blades you buy today for 10 and 12” saws don’t have longevity in mind. After the first sharpening you end up getting into the shoulder when you top grind the teeth.
|Blog entry by slashersaw||posted 11-01-2010 01:29 AM||815 reads||0 times favorited||3 comments|