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Thread: Brass

  1. #11
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    My mentor works with brass and he tigs it.
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    u can tig, apparently mig (never heard of it but cool anyways) and stick weld it. tig welding is ur best bet for the ease of rod availability but more hand skills involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laiky View Post
    i believe the mig wire refferred to is silicon bronze, that is what i believe you would use to tig weld brass too, or TIG braze steel. Its available as a tig rod or mig wire. I do hear its very popular with the autobody crowd.
    ya hit the nail on the head here
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