Understanding Oregon Filing Tables

When it comes to sharpening chains for chainsaws, the filing table will provide you with all the information that you need to achieve a sharp chain.

However, different manufacturers mark their chains differently, and not all filing tables are created equally. This short presentation takes a look at how to get the information required to sharpen an Oregon chain.

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The filing table allows us to glean certain pieces of information that we will need to know if we are to correctly sharpen the chain; things like the size of the file, the filing angle, and the depth gauge setting can all be found by using it. Watch the following presentation to learn (or revise) how to use the Oregon filing table.

1 comment:

nightrider said...

Hi I really enjoyed the blog! have chain saws and I need to change the clutch ... just catch the piston to remove it is not helping, because the clutch is too tight! what to do? my email is nightriderlopes@gmail.com...await response