Skate Sharpening

Freaky Fast Blades is a proud member of Maximum Edge. The Maximum Edge system for skate sharpening is the most effective way to maximize skater control for hockey players and figure skaters. This is a made in Canada based system. Our exclusive 7 step skate finishing process and skate profiling system was produced from years of extensive research. This is the only process in existence that provides the consistent results that professionals demand.

The 7 Step Finishing Process

1. Calibration: All skates are checked for square edges
2. Blade Prep 1: Our patented products repair damaged edges
3. Sharpen: Our technique ensures consistent speed/pressure
4. Blade Prep 2: Finishing pass preparation
5. Finish pass: Final sharpening pass on machine
6. Calibration: Check for square edges. Repeat steps if not to standard
7. Finish Process: Patented finish tool applied to sharpened blades

8 Benefits of using the Maximum Edge System

1. No break-in period after sharpening
2. Edges stay sharper longer
3. Reduced friction and fatigue
4. Increased speed
5. Improved centre of gravity
6. No skate chatter on stops
7. Better control, turns, flows, acceleration
8. Improved confidence level in blade edges

Free Blade Analysis

Get your Skates Checked. New or used skates are not necessarily sharpened and profiled to the skater. To reduce risk of injury and to ensure your skates will provide you with the manoeuverability you should have them checked for proper profile and alignment. Proper sharpening, blade mounting, alignment and profile determine the center of gravity, body posture, body compensations and physical stress. All these affect the skating style, speed, stops, starts and a hockey players stick handling as well as a figure skaters jumping and landing.
Skaters should be in control of their skates, not the skates controlling the skater. Each and every skate sharpened under the MAXIMUM EDGE process undergoes a rigorous inspection where we check for square and damaged edges.

Combined with our skate profiling system, we can optimize the skate based on the skater's skill level, weight, height, position which all affect skating style, speed, stops, starts, jumps, landings and stick handling.