Tools necessary for soldering include: an iron, flux, wire brushes, and scrapers. Brain Canfield recommends the Hakko 456 and a 60/40 tin to lead ratio. Use a water-soluble non-acidic flux for improved adherence.
Zinc, brass, copper, and lead follow the same process. Canfield describes how to analyze seams for efficacy and proper technique; solder follows heat.
Do not touch the tip of the soldering iron to anything flammable. Read packaging to ensure the efficacy of a mask with lead particles. Canfield describes differences when soldering zinc and copper foil.
Credits: Soldering: Lesson 5
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This program shows how to solder stained glass.
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Copyright date: ©2011
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