Resharpening table saw blades
It wasn't until recently that I've invested in higher-dollar carbide saw blades and I'm to the point where they needed sharpened. I researched a place in town where I could get this done (there were not many) and gave it a go. Three of my 12' miter saw blades seem fine...plus it's just prelim cuts on that machine for me anyways. My 10" crosscut table saw blade on the other hand received a nice hack job (80t, HI-ATB). One side of the teeth was horrible and noticed at least one tooth that was skipped. The other side, it appeared every tooth was hit but my stock was very scratchy. I'm expecting, and was the case prior to sharpening, a mirror finish on stock when I use this blade.
This company sharpens all sorts of blades and knifes for companies and private folks like myself. Is this an indication that I should not use them again? I don't understand how a non-laser machine can sharpen the outside of teeth and still retain precision....
In hindsight, I would have mailed them into Forrest to have the job done correctly.
I'm in Des Moines, IA