Regrinding or sharpening tools can return a cutting tool to its original performance capabilities. The main benefit of regrinding is saving money without sacrificing on quality control.
The timing of regrind is judged or based by the quality of holes, surface roughness, cutting resistance, and the extent of damage to the cutting edge.
Regrinding of severely damaged drills can be more costly and harmful as a result. It is important therefore to regrind your tool before the cutting edge is totally worn.
Properly re-sharpened carbide tools can greatly enhance the value of the tooling investment. It is crucial that certain techniques for re-sharpening be used to maximize the tool’s life and productivity, and a re-sharpening schedule should be developed based on tool life to avoid excessive downtime or catastrophic tool failure.
With our high tolerance CNC tool and cutter grinders, we will meet, and in some cases exceed new tool performance. We stand behind our ability to deliver the highest quality sharpened tools.