NEW Sheet Metal Sizes – Now In Stock!

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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Daily Wire Jewelry Resource December 31, 2014

NEW Sheet Metal Sizes – Now in Stock!

Last week we told you about the NEW Sheet Metal products we just received . Today, I wanted to do a quick update. You know that we’ve received our newest sizes – 18, 20, 22 and 24 & 26 gauge in 6 x 12 and 6 x 6 sheets. We’ve now received in stock our 28 & 30 gauge in the same sizes.

Take a look at the prices:

Wire-Sculpture guarantees the BEST PRICE on all of our Base Metal Sheet. If you find a lower price ANYWHERE, give us a call!

Copper –

Alloy 110

Gauge Size 6×6 6×12
18
0.040
$12.86
$16.07
20
0.032
$10.61
$13.26
22
0.025
$8.61
$10.77
24
0.020
$6.93
$8.66
26
0.016
$5.84
$7.30
28 – Now In Stock
0.012
$6.51
$8.14
30 – Now In Stock
0.010
$6.05
$7.51

Line Break

Red Brass –

Alloy 230

Gauge Size 6×6 6×12
18
0.040
$11.95
$15.54
20
0.032
$10.08
$13.11
22
0.025
$7.91
$10.28
24
0.020
$6.62
$8.60
26
0.016
$5.52
$7.17
28 – Coming Soon
0.012
$5.63
$7.32
30 – Now in Stock
0.010
$6.10
$7.93

Line Break

NICKEL SILVER-

Alloy 752

Gauge Size 6×6 6×12
22
0.025
$10.79
$15.11
24
0.020
$8.78
$12.29
26
0.016
$7.27
$10.18

 

I know that you’ll love using it for you projects. Don’t wait – pick up your sheet metal and start creating today!

Happy Wrapping!

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4 Comments

  1. avatar

    Al Chavez

    January 1, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    I would like to know if these new products: (1)copper alloy 110 (2) red brass alloy 230 (3)nickel-silver alloy 752 can be used to solder to silver sheeting and galvanized tin products?

    Thank you

    • avatar

      Korrie

      November 11, 2015 at 2:54 am

      I haven’t noticed any replies to this question even tho it looks like it’s been awhile since you have asked it – I solder/braze with these metal sheets (copper, nickel, sterling silver, and brass) quite often and have not had any issues with them. This is currently the only place that I have been able to find these sheets in the 6×12 sizes, I have shopped many other suppliers and so far I get the best prices here. Hope that helps :)

  2. avatar

    Julie Chavez

    January 1, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    Can these new alloy products be soldered to each other or to tin, silver and galvanized sheet metal.

    Thank you

    • avatar

      gail fenchel

      June 19, 2015 at 11:19 pm

      I am new to wire work, don’t know a great deal about rose gold wire. All assistance appreciated. Thanks, Gail

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