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can you weld stuff wiht a torch lighter?????

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I would disagree with my associates and venture to ague that you can weld kayaks (plastic)

most yakers keep any cut outs for future repairs fills

so techincally, from a wise ass perspective, Yes you can weld with your crack pipe lighter.

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I would disagree with my associates and venture to ague that you can weld kayaks (plastic)

most yakers keep any cut outs for future repairs fills

so techincally, from a wise ass perspective, Yes you can weld with your crack pipe lighter.

 

You could also "weld" ice to other pieces of ice, like when you make an ice sculpture.

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Metal Melting Point

(oC) (oF)

Admiralty Brass 900 - 940 1650 - 1720

Aluminum 660 1220

Aluminum Bronze 600 - 655 1190 - 1215

Antimony 630 1170

Beryllium 1285 2345

Beryllium Copper 865 - 955 1587 - 1750

Bismuth 271.4 520.5

Brass 930 1710

Cadmium 321 610

Cast Iron, gray 1175 - 1290 2150 - 2360

Chromium 1860 3380

Cobalt 1495 2723

Copper 1084 1983

Cupronickel 1170 - 1240 2140 - 2260

Gold 1063 1945

Hastelloy C 1320 - 1350 2410 - 2460

Inconel 1390 - 1425 2540 - 2600

Incoloy 1390 - 1425 2540 - 2600

Iridium 2450 4440

Iron 1536 2797

Lead 327.5 621

Magnesium 650 1200

Manganese 1244 2271

Manganese bronze 865 - 890 1590 - 1630

Mercury -38.86 -37.95

Molybdenum 2620 4750

Monel 1300 - 1350 2370 - 2460

Nickel 1453 2647

Niobium (Columbium) 2470 4473

Osmium 3025 5477

Platinum 1770 3220

Plutonium 640 1180

Potassium 63.3 146

Red Brass 990 - 1025 1810 - 1880

Rhodium 1965 3569

Selenium 217 423

Silicon 1411 2572

Silver 961 1760

Sodium 97.83 208

Carbon Steel 1425 - 1540 2600 - 2800

Stainless Steel 1510 2750

Tantalum 2980 5400

Thorium 1750 3180

Tin 232 449.4

Titanium 1670 3040

Tungsten 3400 6150

Uranium 1132 2070

Vanadium 1900 3450

Yellow Brass 905 - 932 1660 - 1710

Zinc 419.5 787

Zirconium 1854 3369

 

 

1,430 °C; 2,600 °F Butane torch

 

 

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