To the Point

Author Greg Landgraf
May 01, 2004 - 12:00pm

In the past, tool resharpening got a bit of a bum rap: It was better, perhaps, than throwing the tools away, but the resharpened tools weren't likely to achieve the same longevity as new ones. Today, resharpened tools can often achieve the same lifespan as new ones, and resharpeners can improve their customers' tool usage in other ways as well.

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