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/What kind of welding, soldering flux should be used when joining copperwire that color is gold? I'm new to the welding

I'm new to welding. And I need to join a rectangular shape safely. I think the way WRAP WIRE 24 gauge gold colored wire and also have 5 to six counts placed in the middle of the rectangular shape is going to be a pendant. Can you please tell me the best way to unite the 18-gauge wire, I need to know what supplies they need at the best flow welding and soldering, and must use a pencil torch or a pencil tip soldering iron. I have both. Thanks best answer 10 points!

If the welding wire is gold-copper chrome is necessary to use a solder that melts long before the wire. Copper melts at 1084.62 ° C, t use welding 1984.32 ° F. It contains lead – is toxic – use of lead free solder. There are two types of welding: hard and soft. Soft solders can be used with an iron, but soldering difficult require the use of a small flashlight, that is really welded. Sounds like you need to solder gold but all soft solders are silver so you will brazing. You can get 1265 degrees F in hard gold solder paste mixed with the flow – see link below. PS: try it first in some wire test to practice their technique. Welding will be much easier if you can wrap the wire, or inserted into a hole so it does not move while welding.

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