Tools we sharpen
Drills and routers (for wood)
Sharpen carbide "V" spot drill
Sharpen carbide brad point bits
Sharpen carbide router bit
Sharpen carbide hinge bits (Forstner)
Sharpen carbide tipped 3-wing cutter
Augers (for wood)
Sharpen augers to 1"
Sharpen augers to 1 1/8" to 2"
Sharpen large hole augers (over 2")
Sharpen "paddle" bits
Saws (for wood)
Sharpen 10X32 carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 12X32 carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 10X60 carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 12X60 carbide toothed saw blade
Sharpen 12X72 Carbide tipped saw blade
Sharpen 12X72 Carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 14X72 carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 12X96 carbide tipped saw
Sharpen 14X100 carbide tipped saw blades
Sharpen brush cutting blade (most sizes)
Sharpen HSS annular cutters (up to 9 teeth)
Sharpen large HSS annular cutters (10 teeth and over)
Sharpen carbide tipped annular cutters (6 teeth)
Sharpen large carbide tipped annular cutters ( 8 teeth)
Cut off and re-grind add
Replace carbide tips
Sharpen single end mill 5/8" and less
Sharpen double end mill 5/8" and less
Sharpen large single end mill 11/16" to 1"
Sharpen large single end mill 1-1/16" to 1-1/2"
Sharpen carbide end mill 5/8" and less
Sharpen roughing end mill 5/8" and less
Sharpen roughing end mill 11/16" to 1"
Sharpen roughing end mill 1-1/16" to 1-1/2"
Cut-off and re-grind add
Counter sinks / Counter bore
Sharpen counter sink
Sharpen drill bits (most sizes)
Sharpen spade drill blades
HSS Cold Saws
Sharpen 12" cold saw
Sharpen 14" cold saw
Re-grind - $1.00 per inch in diameter
(Re-grind would have to be used on saws
with broken teeth, or have excessive wear)