Copper-based alloys are alloys based on copper, zinc, nickel and manganese that have corrosion resistance, such as ink and gel inks. This copper-based solder has an obvious effect when welding steel with low carbon content and high alloy content. It has low cost, strong wettability to iron and steel, and the strength of welded joints is also very good. It contains copper powder in a much higher amount than its copper oxide. Due to this property, its fluidity and wettability are excellent, so that the amount of powder used can be reduced.
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This copper-based solder has a particularly high content and a rich metal type, which effectively reduces the yield of the product due to the difference in the composition of the metal powder. It has several distinct advantages in its use. The filling material is convenient and quick, and the amount of the filler can be controlled relatively accurately, and the bonding surface can be well adhered, so that the waste can be effectively reduced. These features make it useful in the use of the product.