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Re: Anybody getting their buzz saws sharpened and ready

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Zachary Hoyt

10-25-2012 03:42:00
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I just got one this summer and hope to get it set up this fall. I have a belt coming from ebay and then I should be able to try it. I have been wondering about how to sharpen the blade correctly, any advice you have would be very helpful.
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10-25-2012 07:19:59
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 Re: Anybody getting their buzz saws sharpened and ready in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 10-25-2012 03:42:00  
If you can find one of the old Belsaw Do All sharpeners that would work. Or you can do it by hand with a hand held grinder. You can use an adjustable wrench as a swage if need be. The cord wood saw is awesome for small rounds. I use one a 8N its great for tree tops. Not so great for slab wood.
I've been thinking about making a sliding table saw for cutting slab wood from the saw mill. A great use for the cord wood saw is cutting sawmill edgings (bundled) into cubes for making charcoal.

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Farmallb

10-25-2012 06:40:10
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 Re: Anybody getting their buzz saws sharpened and ready in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 10-25-2012 03:42:00  
I FINALLY FOUND A SAW SET, A TOOTH SETTER. mY TEETH WERE ALL BUT INLINE. i CUT BY MYSELF, AND HAVE NO OFF BEARER, SO THE TEETH GET STRAIGHTENED EVENTUALLY. aFTER SETTING, i JUST FILE EACH INDIVIDUAL TOOTH IN A COMFORTABLE ANGLE WITH THE END OF THE FILE GOING OUT IN THE DIRECTION THE TOOTH IS ANGLED. aFTER FILEING THE RUST OFF, i THEN TAKE THE FILE, A FLAT ONE, AND RUN IT OUT FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BLADE STRAIGHT OUT IN LINE WITH THE BLADE AND BRING IT OUT. kINDA LIKE FILEING THE BACK SIDES OF SICKLE MOWER SECTIONS. tHIS TAKES THE WIRE EDGE OFF. i DO ALL ON ONE SIDE, THEN DO THE OTHER SIDE THE SAME WAY.
if ANYBODY EVER NEEDS A HAMMERMILL BELT. LOOK AROUND FOR USED ROUND BAILER BELTING. i HAVE 2 FULL LENGTHS THAT MAKES A long BELT AROUND 50FT. but i NOTICE THAT THE SAW RUNS SMOOTHER WITH A LONG BELT. iM USEING A SHORT ONE TODAY AS IVE MOVED THE SAW FROM ITS ACCOSTOMED PLACE AFTER 30YRS SO AS TO CUT GREEN WOOD AND PUT IT IN A PILE OUTSIDE THE WOOD SHED. wHEN IM DONE, AND THAT OUGHT TO BE AROUND 3 RICKS, iLL REMOVE THE SAW BACK SO THAT THE BLADE STICKS INSIDE THE WOOD SHED, AND RESET IT THERE TO CUT A BIG OLE TREE THATS BEEN WIND BLOWN OVER FOR A YEAR AND GOOD AND DRY.

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10-25-2012 06:39:45
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 Re: Anybody getting their buzz saws sharpened and ready in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 10-25-2012 03:42:00  
I FINALLY FOUND A SAW SET, A TOOTH SETTER. mY TEETH WERE ALL BUT INLINE. i CUT BY MYSELF, AND HAVE NO OFF BEARER, SO THE TEETH GET STRAIGHTENED EVENTUALLY. aFTER SETTING, i JUST FILE EACH INDIVIDUAL TOOTH IN A COMFORTABLE ANGLE WITH THE END OF THE FILE GOING OUT IN THE DIRECTION THE TOOTH IS ANGLED. aFTER FILEING THE RUST OFF, i THEN TAKE THE FILE, A FLAT ONE, AND RUN IT OUT FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BLADE STRAIGHT OUT IN LINE WITH THE BLADE AND BRING IT OUT. kINDA LIKE FILEING THE BACK SIDES OF SICKLE MOWER SECTIONS. tHIS TAKES THE WIRE EDGE OFF. i DO ALL ON ONE SIDE, THEN DO THE OTHER SIDE THE SAME WAY.
if ANYBODY EVER NEEDS A HAMMERMILL BELT. LOOK AROUND FOR USED ROUND BAILER BELTING. i HAVE 2 FULL LENGTHS THAT MAKES A long BELT AROUND 50FT. but i NOTICE THAT THE SAW RUNS SMOOTHER WITH A LONG BELT. iM USEING A SHORT ONE TODAY AS IVE MOVED THE SAW FROM ITS ACCOSTOMED PLACE AFTER 30YRS SO AS TO CUT GREEN WOOD AND PUT IT IN A PILE OUTSIDE THE WOOD SHED. wHEN IM DONE, AND THAT OUGHT TO BE AROUND 3 RICKS, iLL REMOVE THE SAW BACK SO THAT THE BLADE STICKS INSIDE THE WOOD SHED, AND RESET IT THERE TO CUT A BIG OLE TREE THATS BEEN WIND BLOWN OVER FOR A YEAR AND GOOD AND DRY.

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