Q. I'm working right now in Korea in a non-ferrous smelting company and were making alloys for tin-based products. But currently were developing a new product were the based metal to be used is tin copper alloy. I already tried to make this combination Cu 30 and Sn 70 but inside the foundry after heating it up to 900 ° ...the copper melts but not totally and I can't go beyond the said temperature because the furnace will be broken..thus I failed in making the said composition..Is there any other techniques or ways on how to make this alloy?..I'm glad to hear any answers from this inquiry of mine...
Ferdinand B. Barasi
Busan, South Korea
Ferdinand Barasi employee - Busan, South Korea
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