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  • Soldering w/ oxy acetylene

    I was giving my new torch a whirl today(thanks Bill) brazing some 3/4" pipe and decided to try soldering with it. I was using a captain's hook tip w/ oatey #95 and silver solder and it worked great. Took 4 seconds per joint. Has anyone tried this? Any disadvantages besides the added cost of fuel? At 4 seconds per joint, it doesn't seem like much fuel is used.
    Buy cheap, buy twice.

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    Re: Soldering w/ oxy acetylene

    cost of set-up and weght
    how is it that so many answers are in the instructions

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      Re: Soldering w/ oxy acetylene

      uh, careful in a tight spot, one little delay getting solder to the joint and you will risk burning the flux, causing a void in the joint.... from experience...

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        Re: Soldering w/ oxy acetylene

        Originally posted by gfezz View Post
        uh, careful in a tight spot, one little delay getting solder to the joint and you will risk burning the flux, causing a void in the joint.... from experience...
        Agree.
        "It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006

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          Re: Soldering w/ oxy acetylene

          O/A will make copper melt like solder if you arn't carefull

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