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featured image Studio Pro 50/50 Solder
This solder is composed of 50% tin and 50% lead. 50/50 solder will produce a much "flatter" bead than 60/40. Because of its higher melting point, 50/50 solder is often used on the back (or inside) of a stained glass project to protect against "melt through" when soldering the front. Because it spreads and flattens out, 50/50 solder is often used when soldering lead came joints. Soldering Techniques Start stained glass project by first applying flux to the foiled glass. Flux allows solder to bond to the foil. Next, drop a bead of molten solder at every joint. This is... Read More
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  • Studio Pro 50/50 Solder
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    6755050
    Studio Pro 60/40 Solder
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    675A6040
    Studio Pro 63/37 Solder
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    675633716

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  • Studio Pro 63/37 Thin Wire Solder
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    6756337TW
    Studio Pro Lead Free Solder
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    675LF

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  • Studio Pro 50/50 Solder
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  • Studio Pro 60/40 Solder
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  • Studio Pro 63/37 Solder
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  • Studio Pro Lead Free Solder
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