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|08-11-2011, 06:35 PM||#31 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2011
Country: United States
First Name: Jim
Unless you've warped a blade or bent the shaft of a bit, there's no reason a shop shouldn't put it in as good a condition as new. Usually on sawblades its only a few bucks a piece, but more to replace teeth. However I suppose they're no different than any other trade, they have bad days too and there's some good ones and not so good ones.
As mentioned earlier I often touch mine up with a diamond stone on the back/flat side, don't touch the profile, and the small amount it changes won't likely hurt anything.
I also only by carbide bits and blades.
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