- Sep 27, 2014
Looking for the best combination of silver solder and flux for carbide to hhs at reasonable price preferably at amazon
That’s what I went with , thanks for all the info fellasThis is what I use. I also bought both the Harris white and black flux from Amazon. Great price!
Harris Safety-Silv 56% 1/16 Silver Solder Brazing Alloy 1 Troy Ounce, 75310 5631 - - Amazon.comwww.amazon.com
I'd consider using other-than-HSS under the carbide; the benefit of high-speed steel is that theLooking for the best combination of silver solder and flux for carbide to hhs ...
Good point Whitmore I have a bunch of key stock will the safety silv 56% stick to it ? , for that matter what other metals will it stick to ?I'd consider using other-than-HSS under the carbide; the benefit of high-speed steel is that the
edge doesn't soften at high temperature, but if the edge is carbide, the steel under it won't ever
get hot enough to matter. Cold-rolled (1018 or 8620 ?) steel should be just as stiff, and less expensive.
The stick under the carbide should be machined for good mechanical fit to its holder, but HSS
would have to be ground.
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