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JEWELLERYY SOLDERING, NG, MELTING & PITING & Third Hand on Soldering Board


WELLER SOLDERING, HEATI HEATING, MELCKLING PICKLING Third Hand with Crocodile Clips


This smaller piece is then put in position on top of the larger piece, the work is then refluxed and the solder melted again. The trick is to make sure that this time you keep the heat mainly on the larger piece of metal so that you don’t melt the smaller piece.


It can also be placed over an alcohol lamp or Bunsen burner to keep a wax pot/dish warm.


Soldering Third Hand - Double Clamps


Soldering Third Hand - Double Clamps - With Soldering Board


Comprising of two fine nosed spring loaded clamps, which articulate universally on adjustable 120mm tall stands positioned either side of a 50mm square heat resistant solder board.


• Includes 150mm square grey transite board for high heat tolerance


• Compact design and all mounted on a single plinth measuring 230 x 150mm overall.


Code S31899 Description


Soldering Third Hand on Soldering Board


Third Hand with Clamp UOM Price EACH £19.95


• Can be held in vice, clamped to bench or left free standing


• Wing nuts and removable crocodile clips hold any objects firmly in position


• Tweezers can also be used • Six ball joints allow adjustments to the exact angles you need


• Centre bar can slide up and down, giving maximum flexibility


• Heavy iron base prevents tipping • Base 60 x 60mm


Code H39338 Description UOM Price Helping Hands with Crocodile Clips EACH Third Hand with Magnifier £9.95 Code C0407 Description Tripod Stand, Bergeon


UOM Price £44.85


EACH Tripod Stand and Mesh, Indian


Tripod Stand, Bergeon


• Bergeon 4669 • Steel construction • Height: 140mm • Diameter: 110mm • Weight: 70 grams


Also available: • Dish crucibles for melting and preparing enamels/wax, Cousins Ref C0413, C0412 • Light weight mesh, Cousins Ref S20866


Soldering Third Hand - Double Clamps - With Magnifying Glass


Soldering Third Hand - Single Clamp


• Free standing, square base • Triple jointed, ensuring maximum flexibility • Heavy iron base prevents tipping • Serrated jaws • Supplied with x2 spare serrated jaws


Dimensions; • Base 65 x 65mm • Overall height 150mm


• Clip jaw serrated length 20mm Code


Description S45720 Helping Hand with Crocodile Clip


UOM Price EACH £16.95


TRIPODS & WIRE MESH Tripods & Screen Wire Mesh


A tripod is primarily used during “sweat” soldering, a technique used to solder a (usually) flat piece of metal on top of another larger one. Solder is gently melted on to the back of the smaller piece - melted just enough so that it flows as evenly as possible across the back but not so much that it actually starts to flow of the metal itself.


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• Can be held in vice or clamped to bench. • Wing nuts and removable crocodile clips hold any objects firmly in position


• Tweezers can also be used • Eight ball joints allow adjustments to the exact angles you need.


• Heavy iron base prevents tipping. • Glass magnifier Ø63mm diameter.


• Base 60 x 60mm Code


H31868 Description Helping Hands with Magnifier


UOM Price EACH £10.50


• Height: 230mm • Diameter: 110mm – resting plate • Mesh size: 150mm square • Weight: 735 grams


Code T34947 Description Tripod Stand and Mesh, Indian Screen Wire Mesh


UOM Price £6.95


EACH


Screen Wire Mesh • Rest your soldering/heating jobs on top and see


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