By Richard Lofting
Brazing and soldering are crucial steel becoming a member of concepts for a number jobs within the workshop. This new functional consultant will introduce you to the tools and provide help to increase those abilities competently and successfully, with step by step images all through. integrated during this new publication is suggestion on gear and development a brazing fire; an outline of alloys and fluxes; lead loading, physique and electric soldering and pickling and cleansing. the most brazing and soldering kinds also are lined together with tender soldering, silver soldering and brazing. there's additionally a number of case experiences to teach functional method purposes. absolutely illustrated with 298 color pictures and a couple of tables.
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Opposite page) These tassels were handmade by wrapping antique metal thread around a wooden base. They are remarkable examples of what can be accomplished with thread and an imagination. french general: treasured notions 32 a catalog of materials 33 french general: treasured notions 34 ombre ribbon (opposite page) Multihued ribbon like this is called ombre, “shadow,” because of the shadows, or gradation, of color. This vintage sample, in dusty shades of rose, was one of hundreds Tinsel Trading imported from France during the 20th century.
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Brazing and Soldering by Richard Lofting