I use it both in my historical line, and for my students. There's
nothing tricky about it. Other than a slight color difference, it
handles a lot like Everdur or Herculoy. (Two more 'standard' jewelry
bronzes. They've both got Zinc in them, so they're technically red
brasses, but that's another argument.)
It's a little on the viscous side when casting, but nothing
horrible. (Molten silver is about as runny as milk, while most
bronzes are closer to real (thin) maple syrup, if that makes any
sense. It's on the thicker end of that scale.) Works just fine with
either centrifuge or vacuum casting. It's more formable than standard
bronzes due to the fact that it really is a bronze, and thus has
no zinc to harden it. I'm not sure what you're doing with it, so I
don't know what else to tell you. Do not fear it. Play, and learn.
For whatever that all's worth.