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Buzzsaw blade needs dentures

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Ron W

01-10-2021 19:33:23




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So I have this 28" buzzsaw blade, looks like it's never been sharpened, and it is missing a single tooth. I had been using it for quite some time, and then one day I noticed some vibration. When the blade started to slow down, I noticed the tooth missing.

Is there any way I can save the blade? Its got very nice tooth profile, deep bullets, and doesn't look like it was used much. It would be a shame to out it out to pasture.

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Bret4207

01-14-2021 05:29:37




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
I've never seen a buzzsaw blade with an insert cutter. Sawmills, yes, but not a buzzsaw.



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Janicholson

01-13-2021 18:24:51




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
If it is a insert tooth design, google Saw mill circular saw inserts there are enough to find a source. If it is brazed on that can be replaced, if ti is built in, A removal of opposite tooth is what I would do. A welded repair might cost more than a new blade. Jim



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Bret4207

01-12-2021 05:50:31




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
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Agree. You need to check the blade out before you do anything. And I wouldn't go busting more teeth off. That makes zero sense to me, in fact it's the last thing I'd do.



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moresmoke

01-11-2021 11:19:38




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
Before you go taking any extra teeth off, put a straight edge on the blade. My guess is whatever broke the tooth also bent the blade causing it to “wobble” a little bit.



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Steve@Advance

01-11-2021 06:08:57




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
I doubt the missing tooth would make a balance vibration, but you could probably feel it in the cut.

I suspect it could be fixed, a new piece welded in if someone was really good and didn't get it too hot.



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db4600

01-11-2021 04:39:30




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
Tractorman44 on YouTube has a decent video for blade sharpening. Not that hard with a good file. Make sure the gullet is round and deep enough. Don’t want any square corners to promote cracks.



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marloweg

01-10-2021 20:14:40




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to Ron W, 01-10-2021 19:33:23  
one tooth should not make a difference sounds like you got it hot from being dull but you could remove a tooth half way around i have a 32 inch with one missing been like that for years



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jCarroll

01-10-2021 22:24:31




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 Re: Buzzsaw blade needs dentures in reply to marloweg, 01-10-2021 20:14:40  
X2
break off one which has "set" opposite the missing one.



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