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Morsø Blade Sharpening
Mainline has a fully automatic Morsø blade sharpening machine – the first of its kind in the UK – for the sharpening of all Morsø blades.
Our reliable and efficient blade sharpening service is carried out by fully trained staff and ensures that you will receive the ultimate in Morsø blade performance. You can arrange a collection online or call us on 01949 861000. Prices start from £18.00.
- Collection and delivery service available
- 4-5 day standard turnaround
- The service is provided for customers throughout the UK
- Hand finished
- Rigorous quality control
- Prices from £18.00
- Fully trained technicians
The Morsø Machine
Designed and built by Morsø Dan-List specifically for getting the most from Morsø guillotine blades. The machine not only hollow grinds, but also ensures symmetrical sharpening of your blades. We don’t need to use different machines to grind, remove chips, hills and/or realign your blades thanks to Morsø’s advanced technology and precision engineering. Unlike conventional machines, the Morsø doesn’t require a flood coolant system as the sharpening stone is custom made for Morsø, thus ensuring your blades will not overheat.
- Guaranteed 30° hollow grind on every sharpening
- Setting of the edge ensures symmetrical sharpening
- Takes off burrs and removes chips and hills from the blade
The Morsø Blade
Morsø Dan-List in Denmark not only manufactures Morsø machines but also manufactures Morsø guillotine blades. The cutting edge of the Morsø blade is made from Austrian steel with a Rockwell hardness of 64; it is attached to the tool's body and then carefully heat-tempered with Dan-List's closely guarded process. Next the blade surface is precision ground to thickness, and then hollow ground to 30° to the face of the blade, hand-honed and deburred. In order to offer your customers consistent quality and craftsmanship, we recommend you only use Morsø blades serviced to Morsø specifications.
There are a few generic blades on the market, but they don’t offer the longevity and precision of a Morsø blade, and in many cases they are not hollow ground or handhoned. In addition to this, there are no generic blades made to the Rockwell hardness.Order online
The benefits of Hollow Ground Blades
- Longevity of your blade
- Precision of the cut
- Improved overall finish of the frame
- Consistent quality and craftsmanship for your customers
Do Not tape blade boxes together or use plastic wrap as these can separate during transport or get caught up in the sorting machinery.
To check your own Morsø blades after they have been sharpened to see if they are hollow ground, simply place any straight edge (i.e. a credit card) across the sharpened edge. If you are able to see light under the card, this means that the surface is concave, indicating that the blade has been hollow ground. If it is parallel to the card, this is a definite indication that the blade has not been properly sharpened.
No grinding should ever be done on the flat surface of the blade.