I have a few pieces of sheet silver solder that were given to me
but are not labeled.
I'm sorry for the previous post. I completly misunderstood the
question concerning the silver SOLDER sheet.
However, that question is already answered a few times in previous
topics. A methode I've learned my students is:
Use a small piece of brass, silver or copper sheet. Cut tree pieces
of different solder hardness with same dimention (hard, medium and
soft solder). Flux the top aswell as the solder and slowly head up the
brass from beneed using a tripod. The soft solder will melt first,
then medium and as last the hard solder.
Don't forget to mark them !
The methode I use is again the center punch. One dot is first solder
(soft). Two dots are for medium and tree are for hard. After many
years of working with precious metals I use only hard solder for all
my soldering procedures. Develop the methode which is the best for
Have fun and enjoy