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    • $250,000 Investment in New Saw Sharpening Machinery and Upgrades

      May 17, 2017

      Throughout the last year Connecticut Saw & Tool has invested nearly $250,000 in our saw blade sharpening department. The purchase of two Vollmer CP200 carbide saw grinders and one Loroch Ekostar 760 HSS / Cold Saw grinder brings our total sharpening capacity to over 1000 saw blades per shift per week with sixteen automatic saw grinders. […]

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    • CST Featured in August 2015 issue of Woodshop News

      August 11, 2015

      Connecticut Saw & Tool was featured in the August 2015 issue of Woodshop News. Journalist, R.W. Lee visited us to learn how we utilize both advanced CNC equipment and traditional sharpening techniques to offer the very best quality to our customers. Download Article Here Link to Article

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    • CT Saw Website Launched

      May 20, 2015

      Thank you for visiting our new website. We have some pretty great things we were able to achieve with our new site that includes the ability for our customers to: Find drop-off and pickup sharpening locations for our sharpening services. A well-organized and easy to use product areas that focus on what we can provide to […]

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    • New from SawStop – The Jobsite Saw

      May 18, 2015

      The SawStop Jobsite Saw united SawStop Safety and pioneering innovation with compact portability. For the first time, the promise of SawStop safety, quality and peac of mind can travel with you wherever you go. Starting at just $1299.00 Dimensions: 15 ½” H x 31 ¾” W x 28 ¾” D, Weight 79 lbs Blade Diameter:  […]

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    • New Clamping Element for Lamello P System

      May 15, 2015

      Divario P-18 self clamping, invisible fitting for slide insertion: With the Divario shelves or separation walls can be inserted into pre-assembled structures. Additionally, the Divario P-18 also clamps the components during insertion, creating clean tight joints. The clamping action only occurs at certain points rather than across the entire insertion length, making the components easier […]

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