I've gathered from elsewhere in the forum that copper can indeed be welded. I'm thinking of making a fence, part of which would be copper, to give some privacy and security to the deck above my garage. The copper panels would consist of 48"x48" copper "flat bar" frames and curved copper rods of various lengths attached to the frame and each other in some random/artistic way. Ideally, the curved pieces would be solid copper rods, but so far I've only found expensive pure copper rods that are not intended to be heated or welded. Let's start with the basics. Is there any hope for my idea or should I go back to the drawing board? By the way, my long standing connection to welding is having a security door "welding guy" located next to my upholstery shop for 20 years. Ambitious little bugger, ain't I? Thanks for any help/direction you can give.
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Welding a copper fence