Saw sharpening

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This DIY Band Saw Sharpening Jig Saves Your Blades (and Your Money) http://workshop.lifehacker.com/this-diy-band-saw-sharpening-jig-saves-your-blades-and-1718158766

Hand-Crank Chain-Saw Sharpener - Woodworking

Hand-Crank Chain-Saw Sharpener - Woodworking

Sharpen Hatchets and Axes With a File - You don't need a power tool to sharpen hatchets or axes—all you need is a sharp mill bastard file with a handle. Buy a good-quality file, and pick up a file brush while you're at it. Use the file brush to clean the metal filings from the file's teeth to keep it cutting well. Clamp the hatchet, then file the edges, following the original angle. The file cuts only on the push stroke, so don't go back and forth with a sawing motion. Start your stroke on…

Sharpening Knives, Scissors and Tools

13 expert sharpening tips and tools to make the job easier - no more dull DIY and garden tools!

Sharpen your chisels so they cut like razors | stewmac.com

Dan Erlewine shows how to sharpen, hone and strop an edge onto any chisel, creating a super-sharp cutter.

Welcome to Vintage Saw's Saw Filing Treatise

Welcome to Vintage Saw's Saw Filing Treatise

Table saw blade sharpening jig

Table saw blade sharpening jig

I despise finish like a pro pins. Finishers have been spraying furniture for 100 years. This is how a pro finishes.

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<p>Keeping your chain saw's bar, chain and drive sprocket in tip-top shape involves more than regular chain sharpening and re-tensioning. Even with meticulous care, a chain saw's drive sprocket and bar eventually wear out and must be replaced.</p> <p>We asked our small-engine expert, Roger Wyatt at Reed's Sales & Service, to walk us through a typical chain saw 'front-end job.' He showed us how to keep a saw on the cutting edge. You can replace a...

<p>Keeping your chain saw's bar, chain and drive sprocket in tip-top shape involves more than regular chain sharpening and re-tensioning. Even with meticulous care, a chain saw's drive sprocket and bar eventually wear out and must be replaced.</p> <p>We asked our small-engine expert, Roger Wyatt at Reed's Sales & Service, to walk us through a typical chain saw 'front-end job.' He showed us how to keep a saw on the cutting edge. You can replace a...

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