Mig brazing, SiCu settings

  1. Jay1st

    Jay1st Member

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    Hi all,

    On my little Kemppi there is SiCu setting, i guess for silicon bronze.
    Is it good at car panels or for holes on thin material ?

    What is special in the method of brazing as i has it's own setting?


    And why are the 5kg rolls so expensive ? :o
     
  2. HughF

    HughF Member

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    It is excellent for car panels and holes in this material. The setting on your machine for CuSi will load a different synergic curve (V/wfs)

    5kg rolls are not that expensive, I pay around GBP110 for a roll of .8
     
  3. Jay1st

    Jay1st Member

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    ok that's good to know !

    Still 110£ for a roll is very expensive, i get 5kg steel rolls in 1mm for 15€
     
  4. Brad93

    Brad93 M J B Engineering

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    Steels a lot cheaper than bronze :doh:
     
  5. HughF

    HughF Member

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    Can't put a price on quality or performance...
     
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