Etching Copper Bronze Brass and Nickel Without Acid - My Brown Wren Jewelry and Jewelry Making Tutorials
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1,688 degrees Fahrenheit is an extremely hot temperature; however, in metallurgy it is considered a low melting point. Compared to iron's melting point -- 2,786 degrees Fahrenheit -- the average melting point of brass at 1,688 makes it a low-melting alloy. If you have experience in melting tin and aluminum in your metal furnace, try melting brass....