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Thread: Soldering piezos
face BY : mikeTakeThisOuT@whitewing.co.uk

On Wed, 18 Jul 2001 22:16:10 +1200, you wrote:

>I've got a few piezo discs to rework and need to find the best
>way to attach a wire to the ceramic centre. The brass outer
>ring is OK but solder (60:40 5-core) won't stick to the ceramic.
>Any suggestions ? I could stick the wire down with aluminium
>tape or silcone but that's not an ohmic bond and I expect it
>would fail pretty quickly
Use a low-melting point solder - this usually contains 2% silver. You
need to use great care to avoid damaging the metallisation. Some
liquid flux will also help.

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