silver solder


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Noun1.silver solder - a solder that contains silver
solder - an alloy (usually of lead and tin) used when melted to join two metal surfaces
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Welding was an option, but usually limited to large pieces, and the same with silver solder, where heat can distort small parts or worse, harden areas.
Acid-based flux and silver solder were applied at the joints and a propane torch was used to activate the solder.
If you attempt to silver solder additional material atop a fixed front blade, exercise good technique and be sure you're working with a level, clean and uncontaminated surface.
Tinning flux works just like standard flux but contains a bit of silver solder powder that melts when heat is applied.
It has a maximum cutting force of 600 lbs and can cut copper wire and cable, silver solder, power cords, cellophane, fiberglass sleeving, latex, fabrics, belting, flat and ribbon cable, strapping, hosing, and tubing.
For instance, Untitled (Solder Series--Positive), 2002, presented large sheets of paper on which splashes of silver solder were laid in rows.
With a maximum cutting force of 600 lbs., the MMC100 can cut virtually limitless range of materials, including copper wire and cable, silver solder, power cords, cellophane, fiberglass sleeving, latex, fabrics, belting, flat and ribbon cable, and tubing.
This voltage regulator is housed in a 1.75[inches] x 0.75[inches] package, as shown in Figure 1, suitable for connecting to microstrip PC boards via silver solder tabs.
* The cost impact of the 3% silver solder on an SMT assembly is negligible compared to its cost impact on wave soldering, and is outweighed by processing and reliability concerns.