7/32" Edco Silver Backed Foil - 1.0 Mil

$10.95 USD
Buy 3 or more for $9.35 each
Item# 42828
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Product Features

  • Made with "dead soft copper" to make foiling around curves easier
  • Boasts the strongest adhesive in the industry providing added strength
  • Foil measures 7/72" wide and 1.0mm thick
  • Sold in a 108 foot roll

Product Description

Top quality Edco copper foil is made with "dead soft copper" and boasts the strongest adhesive in the industry. It sticks closely to each piece, even around tight curves, adding strength to your finished piece. Silver backed foil is ideal for projects using transpaent glass or for projects where solder seams will be left silver. Foil measures 7/32" wide and 1.0mm thick. Sold in a 108 foot roll. 

Triangle panel by artist Gabriele Bryant, small abstract project by artist Cecilia Cohen both from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. 

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Pros : Easy to use, not stiff like other brands. Doesn’t stick to itself, comes off roll nicely.
Cons : Can tear easily if your not careful. But this is a minor problem. Sometimes the silver backing is not solid and the copper does show through. This can be a problem when using very transparent glass.
Other Thoughts : Overall a wonderful product and at a great price.
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