I've been doing some copper art stuff for a while now and I'm constantly
learning. I'd like to learn how to join copper tube/pipe and keep the copper
still shiny. When I braze my joints the resulting joint is dark from the
heat and excess brazing material very often goes where you don't want it. I
have to either use a scotch brite pad in a die grinder or sandblast the
joints to clean them up. Either way, the copper doesn't stay nice and shiny.
If you look at some items from this company in Denver, you'll notice their
tube joints are all very nice looking. I'm sure that they don't spend the
time to repolish. How do they do that?
especially the 5th through
9th pictures on the page.
Any and all help would be very greatly appreciated.
17 years ago