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With a dull saw blade, woodworking or metalworking can be a more tiring and time-consuming task. Worn blades also put you at risk of accidents. For this reason, you should sharpen your saw blades ASAP. Airtasker is a fast and easy way to get quotes from rated & reviewed saw blade sharpening services.
Blade sharpening services save you the trouble of buying a replacement blade. However, it’s not always easy to find a blade sharpening service near you – let alone service for your specific type of saw blade. Fortunately, you can request any saw blade sharpening service on Airtasker. Our ratings & reviews system helps you find experienced Taskers near you.
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Saw blade sharpening services include trimming, shaping, and re-sharpening saw blades. From powered saw to hand saw sharpening, specialists do many types of blade restoration services. Whether you’re a tradesman or DIY enthusiast, our Taskers are to help restore your tools.
To sharpen a saw blade, a Tasker would use tools; a flat file, a saw vice, clamps, a saw file, and a saw set. Saw sharpening services include trimming, shaping, setting, and sharpening the teeth. The condition of your blades will determine which methods your Tasker should do. Here’s an overview of standard sharpening processes.
Constant use can alter the shape and height of the saw teeth. A neat rank of teeth becomes ragged over time. As a result, the shortened teeth no longer do any of the sawing. Trimming the teeth can restore a saw’s cutting performance. This method involves filing back and forth over the teeth to restore the top surface of every tooth.
After trimming, the specialist treats the saw blade with a 3-sided file for even filing. A 3-sided file ensures each tooth receives 3 or 4 strokes. The specialist repeats this process to achieve a consistent shape and neat line across all the teeth.
To set a saw, the specialist bends alternate teeth outwards to either side. This process enables the blade to make broader cuts. Setting a saw also prevents a blade from jamming. An experienced craftsman makes sure the offset is equal to both sides. Doing so prevents the saw from going off course toward the wider offset side. Usually, a Tasker would need a saw set to do this job.
To avoid damaging the teeth, the specialist should do the sharpening after the setting. But depending on the state of the blade, the specialist may skip other steps and go straight to sharpening the saw. First, the saw blade is clamped in the vice for stability. Then, the Tasker runs the file through the gaps between the teeth.
The filing tool and filing angle are crucial to a correct sharpening process. Specify the type of your saw to ensure your Tasker brings the appropriate sharpening tool. Tools include hand files, handheld metal grinders, crank sharpeners, and grinding machines.
Are you working on a construction, home improvement, or repair project? Aside from fixing your tools, Taskers can also help you with other tasks. Get more done with tradesmen, electricians, and plumbers you can find on our platform. We can even connect you to builders and assemblers for your moving or renovating needs.