Yep, the guys in Yokohama are still my go to guys, they were recommended by Tenryu, so they must be good, and they are an industrial sharpening shop, not a guy in his garage. Nothing against the guys in their garages, they are often very good, but they lack the needed equipment to do any sharpening, I know that these guys can sharpen just about everything.
Originally Posted by Alex Reid
I need to send them some planer blades too (I keep on sharp set on hand) so I guess I'll just box them all up and send them, see what it costs me
I used the dado set tonight and yeah, it is dull, dull, dull, lots of tear out
I too do not know the actual break down of each blade, I send a handful at a time and just pay the bill.
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