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soldering copper to brass

Learning how soldering copper to brass can be very rewarding, regardless of your level of experience. Making some beautiful jewelry is simple if you do it correctly. The secret is to use the proper solder and adhere to a few straightforward instructions.

Preparing your metals

It's crucial to understand how to prepare your metals for soldering whether you're making jewelry or working on a DIY plumbing project. This will lessen the likelihood that you won't complete the task properly.

The metals you intend to solder must first be cleaned. Because copper oxidizes quickly, it must be meticulously cleaned. A green kitchen scrubber, wet-or-dry sandpaper, or a 9-micron 3M finishing film can all be used for this.

Additionally, you can clean brass by using a brass brush and pumice. Because brass is harder than copper, more annealing may be required before soldering.

Remove any protective coverings before starting to prepare your metals for soldering. Additionally, it's critical to remove any burrs from the edges.

Apply a small amount of soldering flux after the metal has been thoroughly cleaned. The pieces will be held together for soldering by a sort of glue created by this. The kind of metal you're soldering depends on the flux you use. There are two different kinds: liquid flux and paste flux.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials soldering copper to brass?

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