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Tinning or...silvering
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Quote:</em></strong><hr>Ave,<br>
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I recently learned about the existence of a solder paste that contains silver instead of tin. Is it applicable like the tin equivalent for silvering a metal surface?<br>
Has anyone done this and what are the results?<br>
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Greetings,<br>
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Jurgen/Quin<hr> <p></p><i></i>
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#2
Sorry, it isn't a quote<br>
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Jurgen/Quintilianus <p></p><i></i>
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#3
Just make sure there's NO lead in it.<br>
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Valete,<br>
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Owain <p></p><i></i>
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#4
If you intend to put it on an eating or drinking surface, it certainly can't have any lead in it. Nor any surface you handle. Matt Amt uses a no-lead solder for coating various things, and it is pretty easy to use (for him anyway). I forgot to ask him about coating the inside of my patera with it this past fabrica, which needs to be done. If he's listening in he'll name the product. <p>Legio XX<br>
Fortius Conamur<br>
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Richard Campbell
Legio XX - Alexandria, Virginia
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