Written by Stephen Lane on Monday 05 June, 2017
I have just added some low melt solder to the website. This is 70 degree C solder, and will require the use of a flux. Each of the 5 sticks are 70mm long and 2.8mm in diameter.
This is ideal for soldering white metal kits or parts, and will give a stronger joint that superglue or other types of adhesives. The solder does have a poor flow rate so if you are soldering white metal to other materials like brass or phosphor bronze you should tin the metal first with a higher melting point solder such as 145degC.