How To Solder To Metal #ericthecarguy

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  1. If you are worried that the soldar is not compatible with the metals you are trying to attach try other type of solder. There is plenty. Silver solder lead unlead ezmelt other things you can use like gallium solder to soften aluminum for fixing with regular solder. Yes it works. I use it on airsoft guns. Because of the heat of the lamp I'd have gone for a spot weld you can do with a battery and a copper wire.

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