As with saw blades, this equipment represents the lifeblood of many a woodworking and metalworking operation. When they become dull, the results can be disastrous.
Not only is accuracy compromised, but so are efficiency and even safety. Sharp tooling means faster, easier, and more precise cuts, and with less effort required to move material during the cutting process, there’s much less risk of accidents and injuries.
Intense Preparation = Best Possible Results
When we receive blades, bits, tooling, and knives to sharpen, we don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, we carefully inspect each piece to determine exactly what needs to be done to make it as sharp as possible.
Our process begins with a thorough cleaning to remove any dirt, grime, and rust. This allows the opportunity to find any and all imperfections both small and large.
How Our Sharpening Process Works
When we begin the actual sharpening process, we do so not just with making the components as sharp as possible, but also with the goal of preserving their shape and their structural integrity. It’s our goal to ship our customers’ tooling back to them in as perfect condition as possible.
We also know the unique differences and challenges that come with sharpening a variety of tools, and we give each type of component, whether it’s a blade, a bit, tooling, or a moulder knife the attention and care it needs and deserves based on its usage and specifications.
Take Advantage of Our World-Class Sharpening Facility
We’re the only Freud-certified sharpener in Tennessee. That means we take our work incredibly seriously and have the certification to prove it. We also offer a 100% performance guarantee on our work. If you receive your sharpened bit, tooling, or moulder knife and are unhappy with its performance, you can send it back to us and we’ll go right back to work at no extra charge.
Call or contact us today to inquire about our blade sharpening services. We’re ready to help you restore your tooling to its ideal condition and reignite your shop’s productivity, accuracy, and safety.