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Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: mnts of Va
Good link's above.
Also might want to do some reading on proper blade sharpening.Not that you'll ever sharpen one........but through it's study,you'll learn some extremely important facts about blade performance.Which ultimately lead to a better performing saw.
One idea is a blades "flatness".This is the part of the blade behind the teeth.Is it an "inny or outy",or is it flat,type of stuff.How teeth/gullets cut and remove material is at the heart of a blades performance.
There's some interesting articles on Timberwolf's site.Also look for Cook's sawmills.He grew up sharpening sawmill blades,very talented,self taught engineer type.Good luck.
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