February 19, 2007

DeWalt Offers Saw Blade Sharpening Service

Looks like the good folks at DeWalt have gotten into the sharpening business. According to their website, if you mail them your DeWalt saw blades (circular only, 8.5” to 15”), they will sharpen them to factory specifications and return them to you. Depending on the number of teeth, the service costs from $16 to $25 per blade, with a little more added on for shipping. There is an additional charge for tip replacement, and if you’ve got more than three busted tips, then you’re out of luck and they won’t accept the blade.

We did a quick amazon search on DeWalt blades and found that they run anywhere from $14 to $60 (with one metal cutting blade being over $100). With that in mind, the service may not be worth it, considering the time spent packing up the blade and the wait for it to return. Nevertheless, if you’re an old Yankee and your workshop is filled with coffee cans full of bent nails that you plan to someday straighten out, then this service might be perfect for you.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 19, 2007 5:28 PM
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