Thorvie International Offers Unlimited Potential With Saw & Tool Sharpening Equipment
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Sharpening stump-grinder teeth on the Thorvie International AV-40 sharpening machine or the AV-56 stump-grinding machine has never been easier. The grinding wheels are designed to match the top contour of the stump-grinding teeth and can grind the face of the bit, too. The cutting edge of the teeth will be slightly rounded over when the teeth are dull.
I always sharpen the face of the teeth first until 90 to 95 percent of the rounded section has been removed. If the teeth have not been overused, I will sharpen and clean up the face section of all of the teeth in the set. If the teeth have been overused, I will give them a heavier face grind so I do not have to remove too much material off the top profile of the bit.
I try to remove as little material as possible from the top profile because removing a lot prevents it from being sharpened properly. After I sharpen the face of the teeth I sharpen the top profile on the teeth until the rounded section on the tooth is completely removed and there is a new cutting edge along the entire tooth.