RESHARP - Resharpening dull tools, no head or shank damage. The edges of the
cutting flutes have been dulled into flattened areas known as "land". There may be
some very slight visible surface damage to the flutes. The sharpening process, which
deepens flutes and removes land area, will return the tool to its' new condition.

RECONDITION - Removing small chips, and then resharpening tools (2 steps).
There is "chipping" and "chunking" damage to the fluting that does not go deeper
than the flute depth itself. For step one, the tool goes through the "O.D." (Outer
Diameter) grinding department where all damage is removed and the tool is made true
again. The flute pattern is still visible, but the tool must reground by hand and
resharpened to return the tool to its' new condition.

SALVAGE - Removing large chips/chunks, reshape heads to original specs, remove
all existing teeth, straighten shanks, reflute tools (4 steps). The damage to the tool is
deeper than the flute depth and/or severe "chunking" has occurred that requires the
tools be "turned" or pass through the O.D. department to the point where no flute
markings remain visible. The tool is reshaped to match its' original style, and then
reground to a new tool finish.

REBUILD - Replace cutting head with new blank and recut

REPLACEMENT - Replace broken shanks with new steel or rebraze shanks to
separated heads.