Soldering,Mig/Tig Continuous jointing Stainless Steel

Hello there,
My Question's are about continuous jointing of 0.9mm Stainless Steel, all hints and tips will be received gratefully, the specific points of these
questions are Material for jointing Solder, Flux, Mig/Tig Wire, Gas, Soldering Iron. What is the best way of preparing the joint area for soldering etc.. These joints are decorative not at all required to withstand any kind of stress other that its own weight which will be less than a 1 lb.
Thanking you Oliver Norris
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Check these out.
http://www.3m.com/us/mfg_industrial/adhesives/vhb/cladding /
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Hi There Ernie Thank you for your suggestion, That page seems to be having a lot of down time from my side of the world.
All suggestions and tips re soldering these joints are very welcome especially how to hold the steel at right angles. Thanking you Oliver Norris"Ernie Leimkuhler"
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Zinc Chloride flux and a low temp tin solder will also work.

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Tahnk you verymuch for the help re the flux and the 3M site.
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I've had good luck doing similar work with Harris silver bearing "Sta Brite" solders. The don't discolor, and even bond reasonably well to chrome.
IIRC They have it in both 4% and 8% silver, melt at about 415 F, and are about 15kpsi in strength.
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Thank you for that Mark all help & Hints are appreciated...

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