Festool launches sharpening service

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LEBANON, Ind. — Festool, a manufacturer power tool solutions, has launched a sharpening service for e companies seeking a reliable saw blade sharpening service in their local area. 
“We want every one of our saw blades to perform just like it did when you bought it, so we’re helping provide a more economical approach to buying a replacement,” said Rick Bush, product marketing manager at Festool. “That’s why we introduced our sharpening service, in partnership with Quinn Saw, to make sure our customers get the best and easiest service for each and every one of their Festool blades. 

Festool’s Sharpening Partner, Quinn Saw, has been in the business for five generations. Bush said the team at Quinn Saw has the "experience and passion to make our blades perform even better and even last longer. Quinn Saw uses the latest technology and equipment to offer fast and precise carbide-tipped blade sharpening services."  

When customers order a sharpening, they will receive a prepaid shipping label for direct shipping via UPS. Orders ship at no cost. In addition, Festool includes up to 3 tip replacements and an ultrasonic cleaning. Festool’s sharpening service offers bulk discounts; get $10 off with 3 blades, $20 off with 5, and a 10% discount when shipping 8 blades. 


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