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On 08/12/2017 at 16:08, Pipers said:

Does anyone here have good success with 925 sterling making them into bars 

@Pipers I have had a go at pouring 925 silver bars. I have made 15 so far over 3 90 minute sessions. I will post some pics at some point. They are pretty cool, look really nice! Not as easy to work with as it seems to be with 999 silver weigh around 20g.

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6 hours ago, Tpbullion said:

@Pipers I have had a go at pouring 925 silver bars. I have made 15 so far over 3 90 minute sessions. I will post some pics at some point. They are pretty cool, look really nice! Not as easy to work with as it seems to be with 999 silver weigh around 20g.

Why is it more difficult?   I have quite a lot of sterling and i was thinking of pouring them myself, maybe getting them stamped at an assay office. I work within the engineering industry so i can use Oxy acetyline  rather than oxy propane.  I understand for heating generally propane is used, i just was thinking if acetyline and have the torch closer would be better.   

Tpbullion i look forward to your pics!   

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@Pipers from the videos I have watched, its seems .999 silver is easier to work with than the .925 that I have been using. Also .925 tarnishes quite easy compared to the .999 I am still very much a novice and learning alot still as I go along. I use MAPP gas and a BURNZOMATIC torch. I intend on getting a furnace at some point soon am able to keep the metal hotter for longer and also larger quantities of silver. Great fun though. Pictures to follow.

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