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Solid Carbide Saw Blade Sharpening

Solid Carbide blades are small, thin, and easily breakable. Therefore, you should only trust them with trained sawing professionals like Pat Mooney Saws.

Our blade sharpening process includes:

  1. Each solid carbide blade is carefully handled, inspected, and logged into our system
  2. Broken blades are removed to prevent unnecessary billing
  3. The blade is cleaned and placed on one of our two Nishijimax TNC-450F Grinders
  4. The blade is removed, cleaned, carefully inspected, packaged, and returned to you

Pat Mooney Saws has always been a family business, and we take pride in helping manufacturers of all sizes keep their saw blades in the best condition.

If you’re ready to trust the sharpest minds in metal cutting, fill out this form, and a sales representative will be in touch with a quote ASAP!

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SHARPENING SAW BLADES SINCE 1949

Pat Mooney Saws has always been a family business, and we take pride in helping manufacturers of all sizes keep their saw blades in the best condition. Our innovation, application insight, and dedicated technical support team helps our customers maximize their sawing productivity.

Since the beginning of our company, we’ve been sharpening and regrinding blades, including:

Today we safely process, sharpen, and ship thousands of saw blades every week, keeping customers across North America cutting with an average in-house turnaround time of 48 hours!*

Every blade sharpened at our 47,000 square foot facility in Addison, IL goes through multiple inspections, and receives the highest attention to detail to ensure you consistently get an optimal result.

* In-house turnaround time varies by application and order size and does not include shipping to and from Pat Mooney Saws.