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    Default copper fumes?

    I started a new project today. I am making flowers with hammered copper petals TIG welded to carbon steel stems. My question is do I need to worry about copper fumes the same as I would worry about galvanized steel fumes when welding? There is not a lot of welding on each flower but I might start to do a lot of these and I was just wondering if my wife is going to find me dead in the shop one afternoon.

    Thanks in advance for any advice.

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