Question about Weller Welding Tools
Unless you are only interested in soldering tin/lead joints... I sincerely believe that answer to be "No"...
What kind of metals were you planning on working with
would be a GREAT PLACE to start...
and the figure out the temperatures you will need to achieve..
A word of extreme CAUTION.
Working surfaces have to be able to withstand EXTREME TEMPERATURES.
Cement will come apart with explosive force... and getting any water onto molten metal can also have catastrophic consequences... so a little supervised experience would be well advised place to begin...
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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