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Mastercraft 60/40 Solder - 1 Lb. by MasterCraft

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Item# 3000
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Product Features

  • Stays in a liquid stage longer for smoother solder lines
  • Lower melting temperature than 50/50 solder
  • Ideal for beginners and experienced crafters
  • Convenient 1 lb spool


Product Description

Glass artists need a very specific mix of alloys in their solder to get a smooth and clean bead on their work. Anything else is difficult and sometimes impossible to work with. 60/40 stays in a liquid stage longer, giving you more time to produce smooth solder seams. It also melts at a lower temperature than 50/50 and is popular among beginners as well as experienced crafters. Convenient 1 lb. spools.

60% TIN / 40% LEAD STAINED GLASS SOLDER: For use on copper foil seams and lead came seams. Offers superior flow over 50/50 with more flow per inch than 50/50. Melting temperature: 361° - 376°F.

Pinwheel stained glass panel by artist Ellen Blake of Obsidian Studio from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Square kaleidoscope panel by artist Molly Pratt, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Sailboat project by artist Kimberly Clements, From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Pattern from "Nature's Splendor" book #6797.

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Pros : This solder is great for a smooth line on foil. I think it's just as good as the more expensive brand.
Cons : none
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  •   One of my favorite solders
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Pros : Flows well and takes patina
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : Too bad lead free does not behave like this stuff. I use it quite a bit and find that it use it for many of my projects where lead is not an issue. I think you will like this solder. Buffs to a nice shine!
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Pros : I use a lot of solder and I am always pushing the limits of any product I use. This works just fine and after a polishing it is just as bright and shiny as any other brand. It can contain some recycled material in it, but who doesn't like recycling? Hands down I'd buy this first and I recommend it to others all the time. Use it!
Cons : Na-da
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