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Old 06-11-21, 09:56 AM
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Default Low Melting Point Brass Brazing Rods/Wire

Hello All

In the past when I have repaired broken lugs or sliders I have used silver solder which I believe has a melting point of approx 630 - 660 degrees. The problem is that the silver stands out a lot against the gilding metal. Is anyone aware of any brass coloured brazing rods/wire that will melt around the same temperature or even less.

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Paddy
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