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Offline Woozal

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Bandsaw blade sharpening mail in sevice
« on: May 26, 2020, 05:28 PM »
Here’s a inexpensive bandsaw sharpening service. Looks like you mail it in and get it back. I might give this a try. I got a 1” Timberwolf that could only be saved by sharpening. I bet shipping it there is more expensive than the darn sharpening.

Jordans bandsaw sharpening for Suffolk machinery
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Offline RJNeal

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Re: Bandsaw blade sharpening mail in sevice
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2020, 10:22 PM »
Plus the return shipping.
When I send reg saw blades to LA Grinding, I mail them down with a fix rate postage from the post office. Like $14.00
Return shipping is billed out a retail rate. I think it was $40.00.
For comparison,I sent my son a 30 lb box for CA to Missouri for around $35.00
From the vineyard Office I used to work at.
O Wells, I getting ready to ship some more down.
Have you walked your saw today?