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Old Nov 13, 2012, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by The PIPE View Post
Dear Wing-span & SrTelemaster:

The PIPE here with a quick one...per the statment from SrTelemaster earlier:


a post of mine at RCGroups from almost a year ago in the "WWI Everyone" thread should clarify that sort of thing up, as I've done BOTH procedures in making both landing gear and exahust systems for scale model aircraft with various types of metal parts.

Please click on the "linkey-dink" bold type (my own term for such a thing in posts) in the previous paragraph to read the post...

...and also check out The Brazing Book online to e-learn more about it, too, for the "high-temperature" stuff !!

Hope all this info helps a little...

Yours Sincerely,

The PIPE....!!
Hey PIPE, Sta-Brtite is as you say silver bearing tin it is 96%/4% tin/silver. It's original use was for jewelry & crafts were a non tarnishing "bright" solder was needed. Any hdwe store that sells this expensive soft solder for plumbing is not "well stocked". Much more economical 95%/5% tin/antimony solders are just as suitable for potable water applications.
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