Blade Sharpening

Experience the difference
SuperSHARP makes!

We are the only shop to offer the SuperSharp premium blade sharpening process that last longer, cuts better and saves wear and tear, extending your tool's total service life. When you consider the equipment investment you've already made, ensuring you have the best quality sharpening service has a direct impact on your bottom line. Rely on our high degree of expertise to maintain the quality, finish and long-lasting nature of your specialized blades.

It takes a high degree of expertise to maintain the quality, finish and long-lasting nature of your specialized blades. At Burns, our sharpening experts have been providing exceptional cutting edges since 1934.

Burns performs high-end, industrial sharpening of most cutters, knives and saw blades, specializing in carbide-tipped blades & cutters. We use very fine grit diamond wheels for highly precise sharpening. The results? Better blade performance that produces a smooth finish without chipping. And our state-of-the-art automatic carbide grinders for carbide tooth saw blades turn out a perfect edge every time.

Our five point inspection

We take the extra step to ensure perfection.

After every blade is sharpened, it must pass our rigorous five-point inspection before we dip it in protective coating and return it to you.

Our skilled sharpeners inspect for:


Edge quality and point sharpness

each tooth is visually qualified under a 30x magnifier.



within .002.


Plate runout

within .005.


Tooth runout

within .005.


Tolerance of the various tooth geometry.

So when your business depends on precision cutting, depend on the craftsmen at Burns to keep it that way.

That’s Burns 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Send us your blades for sharpening, and if you don't agree it's the best, we'll fix it! Test your newly sharpened blade as soon as you receive it, and if you're not happy with the result, return it right away with a sample cut of material and we'll re-sharpen it to your satisfaction at no charge. And we'll credit you for the original sharpening.

What our customers think

What does it cost?

Blades up to 17 inches

Number of Teeth Alternate Top Bevel (ATB) Triple Chip Grind (TCG) and Alternate Top Bevel With Raker (ATBR)
up to 20T $12.25 $14.25
21-40T $14.25 $17.25
41-60T $17.25 $20.25
61-80T $19.25 $22.25
81-100T $21.25 $24.25
101-120T $25.25 $28.25
121-140T $28.25 $32.25
Carbide Tip Replacement
1-5 Teeth $4.25 / tip
6+ Teeth $3.25 / tip
Router Bit Sharpening Prices
One & Two Flute Straight $4.15
Three Flute Straight $5.15
Two Flute w/ Bearing $6.15
Three Flute w/ Bearing $6.76
Formed (Corner Round, etc.) $6.15
Formed over 1-1/2” diameter $9.15
Raised Panel up to 3-1/2” $12.25
Regrind Bearing to match $2.25
Shaper Cutters
3-Wing, up to 1-1/2” Width $16.25
3-Wing, 1-1/2” Width & up $19.25
3-Wing, Raised Panel $25.25
Spiral Router Bits
One & Two Flute $14.25
Three & Four Flute $16.25
Spiral Compression Bits
Single Flute $17.25
Double Flute $19.25
MultiMaster Blades
E-Cut Blades (Straight Plunge) $10.00
Cannot sharpen circular and segment blades
Hand Chisels
Under 1” $3.00
1” and up $3.50
High Speed Steel Knives
Up to 6” $4.75
Over 6” add $0.75 per inch
Carbide Knives
$2.50 per inch, Minimum $12.50 per knife
Prices do not include freight.
Click here for the full price list in pdf form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your saw blades should be changed frequently to avoid excessive wear to the carbide tips.  Waiting too long to have your blade sharpened sometimes results in us having to take off more carbide than would have been necessary had the blade been sent to us sooner.  Frequent changes could also prevent the possibility of carbide tips breaking off during use.  In the long-run, you are much better off sending your blade in for sharpening sooner rather than later.  Waiting too long will shorten the life expectancy of your blade.  Once a blade dulls, many unfavorable variables, such as heat buildup, increase and cause excessive wear and tear.  You never want to get to the point where you are burning the edge of your material.

Make sure your blades are not stacked together without protection between them.  Cardboard saves carbide!

NO!  Send it in to us, and we will replace the teeth for you, as long as it is cost-effective to do so.

YES! This is our specialty!

Any shop should have a minimum of two blades for each type of material that they cut.  One will be on the saw, one out for sharpening.  Ideally you would even want a third blade in storage in case something happens to the blade that is on the saw.  Contact us at 800-341-2200 and we will quote you on your ‘backup’ blades.

Just make sure your sharpener is properly equipped to sharpen your types of blades.  Make sure they have made an investment in the latest machinery and equipment.  Also, make sure they wax-coat the blade after sharpening to protect the teeth.  Lastly, make sure they are not grinding away your carbide too quickly.  We take off the minimum amount of carbide possible at each sharpening.

Next time your blades are ready for sharpening, send them to us for a trial.  When you get them back, there is a good chance that you will feel the difference when you cut with them.

Our blade tensioning and hammering techniques have been passed down through generations.  We should be able to fix your blade(s).

Yes we can. Cermet is ground the same as carbide, but any broken tips will not be replaced as cermet. We have done these blades before, they are generally for a pipe cutting machine..

Yes we can do this.  Please supply us with the degree of angle, and left or right tilt saw when the blade is sent in.

We ship via UPS and charge actual cost to ship.  So basically, it will cost the same amount that it cost you to ship your blades to us.

Please examine your saw for buildup on the flanges. This is a common problem, causing the blade to be out of balance when mounted on the saw. If that doesn't help, please contact us and we'll be happy to help out!