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Topic: Does anyone have any advice on choosing a silver sauterer and where to buy one?  (Read 646 times)
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« on: June 12, 2012 03:09:57 PM »

Please help me I need to buy a silver sauterer but I don't know much about them. Like what kinds there are? Do they have different power levels? Are they any different from a sauterer you could buy at a hardware store? If they are how are they different? What kind of silver sauterer is the best to buy? Is there anything else I will need to buy with it? If so can you you tell me what would be the best kind of stuff to buy with it? Thank you for your time and helpful advice! Grin
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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2013 05:27:59 PM »

I'm guessing you mean solder.  I think most jewelers use a torch, but soldering irons from the hardware store might work.  Now that you know how it's spelled, you can probably google to find out what temperature silver solder needs, and how many watts that translates to in soldering irons.
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