How do you sharpen chain saw chains?
Consequently, how many times can a chainsaw chain be sharpened?
Depending on usage, a chain can usually be sharpened 3 to 5 times max.
One may also ask, what angle do you sharpen a chainsaw chain? Most standard chain is sharpened at 25-35 degrees for crosscutting wood and for ripping with the grain it's best to use 10 degrees. So if you are cutting with the grain, you should be using 10 degree sharpened chain.
In this regard, why does my chainsaw chain dull so quickly?
You may be putting to steep of an angle on the cutters, which will dull quickly. You're rakers may be too far down, which will contribute to a quick dulling chain. You may be cutting dirty wood. You may be slightly touching the ground with the tip of the bar.
Do drive links matter on chainsaw?
Number of individual drive links must be counted. No exceptions. Simple length measurements (like "a 2 foot chain) are not helpful for correctly matching chains. Chain length is determined by a combination of distance between links (pitch) and the number of links.