There is a leak in the copper piping, and the solder won’t stick. How do I fix this?
i want to use it for jewlery repair. if i want to permedently close a hoop do i just put the tool up against the metal? do i need another piece of metal to work with it, or will the heat from the tool melt the metal to close the hoop by its self? thanks.
I am taking out the X-clamps and just bolting the heat sinks down, and i thought it would be a good time to install more fans. I know where to solder them but don’t kow what type of solder to use please help!!!
mel e asked:
I have a 400w wall triger-heat gun. I have tried to tin the tip with flux many times. I have filed, sanded, brushed, in many attempts to condition the tip but solder still won’t flow to the tip, it just rolls off. Do I have to chemically condition it somehow? I use this gun daily to tin the ends of cords for stab installation in switches for tools.
Cut between the finger! asked:
I am currently changing the central heating radiators around the house but not sure which kind of solder to use on the pipes - leaded or unleaded? What are the pros and cons of each type?
Why will a solder patriot kill who ever he is ordered to kill with out question Why will he kill an iraqie today perhaps a frenchmen tommorrow a canadian next week and New York peace protester sunday if his goverment tells him they are now enemies of the state Why is he so ready to belive his goverment as to who the enemy is and kill whoever the goverment says is it all about brianwashing or is it just something about the character of a solder patriot that will make him kill who ever he is ordered to.
I’d like to make this statue out of copper pipes. I have one big pipe, and then a bunch of soft copper tubes used for plumbing. I have a soldering iron, and solder-I have been trying to attach some of the softer tubes to the larger one, but the solder snaps right off… with little effort..or slides right off before it cools-im having trouble getting it to stick to the copper? Any suggestions?? thank you!