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    Multi tool (oscillating) blade tooth repair

    Anyone have any tricks or methods for this? I have used a small triangular file to cut new teeth for framing use but would like something more reliable and hoping this has been discussed at length here?

    Old thread here (http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthre...aw+blade+teeth) on sending them to a sharpener is all I could find searching around.

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    It looks like the sharpening service is no longer in business or has changed their name.
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    ShopNotes, or Woodsmith did a build on a back saw. They made a device to file the teeth into the blank. It was based upon a piece of all thread to advance the file.

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    Im not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for - but I talked to these guys at the woodworking show last year - owner told me he did not have this accessory with him as he focused on selling TS blades for the show but that it was available on his website:

    http://ridgecarbidetool.com/accessor...sharpener.html

    TomD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Wrenn View Post
    ShopNotes, or Woodsmith did a build on a back saw. They made a device to file the teeth into the blank. It was based upon a piece of all thread to advance the file.
    Would love to see that- will search around. Thanks,

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom DiBiasio View Post
    Im not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for - but I talked to these guys at the woodworking show last year - owner told me he did not have this accessory with him as he focused on selling TS blades for the show but that it was available on his website:

    http://ridgecarbidetool.com/accessor...sharpener.html

    TomD
    Interestingly simple solution. These blades cost a fortune and we use them (contractor) like crazy because they are so thin/delicate.

    Thank you fellers.
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