Can you sharpen carbide teeth?
Herein, can a carbide saw blade be sharpened?
You can sharpen steel-toothed circular saw blades yourself using a file. Carbide-tipped blades need to be taken to a professional sharpening service for two reasons: Carbide is so hard that you need a diamond wheel sharpener for it, and sharpening carbide blades is so complicated that you can easily ruin the blade.
One may also ask, how much does it cost to sharpen a circular saw blade? Steel Filler Blade $4.20 Steel Circular Saw Blades (Rip or Crosscut) Price Carbide Filler Blade $5.40 6 inch to 8 inch $6.00 9 inch to 10 inch $7.20 11 inch to 14 inch $8.40 Knives Price Over 14 inch $0.90 / inch Jointer and Planer $0.90 / inch or $4.20 min.
Herein, are saw blades worth sharpening?
Sharp blades are always worth having. I pay about 30% of what a new blade would cost to have them sharpened. They can be sharpened again and again and they're like new when I get them back. Also a talented sharpener is great to know because they can sharpen a lot more than just saw blades.
Can you sharpen carbide chainsaw chains?
If you are sharpening carbide, you want to select a diamond abrasive. Never use CBN on carbide chains or diamond on steel chains. They are incompatible.