I tried fusing 3 differet matals ( copper, gilding metal, and silver) together the other day.
Using 3 different metals is the first try to me so I reckoned that this would be the hardest challenge that I have done so far.
Each metal has individual menlting point like copper- 1083 ℃, gilding metal-1000-1040℃, pure silver-961 ℃. So there was a risk that silver melt down during fusing process…
But I never know the result unless I try!
Set the plates in the clamp and apply flux around it.
Put the clamp in the electric kiln at 770 degree.
Drop the temperature in the kiln –650 degree
Return the temperature ————770 degree
Set the temperature at 790 degree
The clamp turned to red colour
The clamp is still red colour
Some molten parts could be seen
Take the clamp out from the kiln
It seems that silver is melted ↓