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Welding wires

Welding wires for gold alloys

 

All welding wires for gold and platinum alloys consist of standard jewellery alloys with the requisite degree of fineness. For typical applications in jewellery production and repair, the welding wires must be processed such that these are very thin, in order that the wires can be metered and applied with low power.

Au 750 Red

NEW

Red gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt 

500 mm x 0,25 mm (19.7“ x 0.01“)

 

Item no. 304 351

Au 750 Red

NEW

Red gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt 

300 mm x 0,45 mm (11.8“ x 0.018“)

 

Item no. 304 352

Au 585 Red

NEW

Red gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt 

500 mm x 0,25 mm (19.7“ x 0.01“)

 

Item no. 304 353

Au 585 Red

NEW

Red gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt 

300 mm x 0,45 mm (11.8“ x 0.018“)

 

Item no. 304 354

Au 750 Rose

NEW

Rose gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt 

500 mm x 0,25 mm (19.7“ x 0.01“)

 

Item no. 304 355

Au 750 Rose

NEW

Rose gold Au 750/000 - 18 kt 

300 mm x 0,45 mm (11.8“ x 0.018“)

 

Item no. 304 356

Au 585 Rose

NEW

Rose gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt 

500 mm x 0,25 mm (19.7“ x 0.01“)

 

Item no. 304 357

Au 585 Rose

NEW

Rose gold Au 585/000 - 14 kt 

300 mm x 0,45 mm (11.8“ x 0.018“)

 

Item no. 304 358

Au 750 Y

Yellow gold Au 750/000 - 18K

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 340

Au 585 Y

Yellow gold Au 585/000 - 14K

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 341

Au 750 Pd

White gold Au 750/000 - 18K

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 342

Welding wire for platinum

 

When welding Pt alloys, in particular with cast platinum, small pores and/or brittleness can arise if welding repeatedly takes place in the same place. This can be avoided in general terms through the application of fresh metal with welding wire. When welding on platinum, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage are very important.

Pt 960 C

Platinum Pt 960/000

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 343

Special welding wire for silver alloys

 

Excellent coloring for working on (sterling) silver. Excellent flow properties. Excellent welding results with no centerline-cracking. Excellent ductility of the welded area.

Silver JSS

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.25 mm (78.5" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 348

Silver JSS

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.35 mm (78.5" x 0.014")

 

Item number: 304 349

Silver JSS

Argentium 935

2000 mm x 0.45 mm (78.5" x 0.018")

 

Item number: 304 350

Welding wire for silver alloys

 

The welding wire for silver alloys is alloyed with a high content of fine silver, in order to positively influence the flowing characteristics and the ductility of the welding wire. However, the wire is the same colour as sterling silver (925/000). The fineness of the welding wire is 970/000.

Ag 970

Silver Ag 970/000

2000 mm x 0.25 mm (78.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 346

Ag 970

Silver Ag 970/000

1000 mm x 0.35 mm (33.37" x 0.014")

 

Item number: 304 344

Welding wire for titanium

 

Unalloyed titanium wire (quality 2) for homogeneous welding on weldable titanium qualities. The wire is outstanding due to its high crack resistance. When welding on titanium, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage (with Argon 4.6 or higher) are very important.

Ti

Titanium-fine titanium

1000 mm x 0.30 mm (39.37" x 0.012")

 

Item number: 304 310

Welding wire for copper materials

 

Free-flowing copper alloy (C45) for smooth, dense and non-porous welding on copper, copper-zinc and copper-silicon alloys and for deposition welding on copper alloys and unalloyed ferrous materials. Corrosion resistant and very strong weld metal – very tough at low temperatures. Virtually identical in colour to pure copper.

C45

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.35 mm (78.5" x 0.014")

 

Item number: 304 312

C45

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.5" x 0.02")

 

Item number: 304 313

C45

Copper - Cu-Si3-Mn1

2000 mm x 0.7 mm (78.5" x 0.027")

 

Item number: 304 314

Welding wire for tin

 

The welding wire from pewter 99.9% is suitable for repairs on objects from tin and tin alloys. The high purity of the wire guarantees a very ductile and therefore stable and clean weld. It is advisable to process the welding wire with an increased gas flow and larger gas nozzle (art. no. 100 150-4).

Sn

Tin – pewter 99,9%

100 g x 0.75 mm (3.52 oz x 0.029")

 

Item number: 304 328

Welding wire for repairs and alloys that are difficult to weld

 

This Pd/Ag/Cu welding wire with a high portion of palladium is particularly well-suited for repair welds on alloys that are only weldable to a limited degree with themselves or with each other. The welding wire stands out due to its excellent adhesion properties and exceptional toughness. It is therefore frequently used as a "bridging metal" between awkward alloys (colour grey).

PdAg 500

Palladium-Silver PdAg 500/000

500 mm x 0.25 mm (19.7" x 0.01")

 

Item number: 304 331

PdAg 500

Palladium-silver PdAg 500/000

500 mm x 0.40 mm (19.7" x 0.016")

 

Item number: 304 330

Welding wire nickel-based alloy

 

For joints and deposition welding on identical or similar materials e.g. Hastelloy, Alloy 600, Inconel, etc. When welding on nickel-based alloys, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage (with Argon 4.6 or higher) are very important.

NiCrMo15

Nickel-based alloy

1000 mm x 0.40 mm (39.37" x 0.016")

 

Item number: 304 329

Welding wires for steels

Steel CMS

Stainless steel

1000 mm x 0.40 mm (39.37" x 0.016")

 

Item number: 304 320

Steel GS2

1000 mm x 0.20 mm (39.37" x 0.008")

 

Item number: 304 321

Steel GS55

1000 mm x 0.20 mm (39.37" x 0.008")

 

Item number: 304 322

  • The welding wire CMS is a highly stable, austenitic welding metal. It is suitable for welding CrNi steels such as 1.4301, 1.4401, 1.4453 and 1.4571.
  • The welding wire GS2 is suitable for applications with a higher hardness on tools subject to heavy wear and pressure. It is also good for platings on unalloyed and low-alloyed steels. Hardnesses up to 58HRC.
  • The welding wire GS55 is a martensitic chromium steel with good stability and wear resistance. It is suitable with shock and impact stress and is heat treatable. For highly wear-resistant application welding on tools. Hardnesses up to 61HRC.

Welding wires for aluminium

ALMG3

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.70" x  0.02")

 

Item number: 304 325

ALSI <12%

2000 mm x 0.5 mm (78.70" x  0.02")

 

Item number: 304 326

  • Welding wire ALMG3 for applications on Al-Mg alloys up to 3 % magnesium e.g. AlMg3. The welding metal can be anodised.
  • Welding wire ALSI for connections and application on aluminium-silicon alloys up to 12 % Si, and for different types of aluminium alloys together.

ATTENTION - cleanliness is the most important preparation for welding:

  • It is very important that the welding area is carefully cleaned for successful welding. Dirt, oxides, oil or wax layers make good welding results impossible.
  • The welding points must be metallically clean. Depending on the contamination, chemical cleaning products or machining processes are highly suited for cleaning the welding areas. With minor soiling and adhesions it is also advisable to clean with an ultrasonic device.

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Testimonials:

Mohan Chandie Shaw

Master Goldsmith / Designer / Stone setter
The Hague, the Netherlands

With my PUK I design, create and repair jewelry faster, better and more complex.

 

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After using the Lampert PUK 2, I immediately bought the PUK 3 professional plus when it came out. It has almost the same possibilities and applications as a laser but you pay less. It is built as a tank so it has little to zero maintenance. With the PUK 3 I design, create and repair jewelry faster, better and more complex. In my point of view Lampert stands for high quality and innovation in the field of jewelry making. Lampert provides individual support and understands what you need as a professional.

Veselin Tenev

Master Jeweller
Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, United Kingdom

Actually, my dealer in the UK has told me when I have bought the machine only two words ...
"Have fun!"

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We are so delighted to have the PUK and to work with it. Specially me, with those many years' experience behind. The PUK welder is my right hand and I couldn't imagine not having it even for one day away from me! Actually, my dealer in the UK has told me when I bought the machine only two words ...
"Have fun!" as a wish!
And thinking today, I am really having fun, enjoying working and discovering how pleased anyone can be to create things with it.

Christa Fischer

Goldsmith
Germany

After my vocational training I have learned one more enriching technique besides the typical craftmanship – using a PUK welder.

 

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After my vocational training I have learned one more enriching technique besides the typical craftmanship – using a PUK welder.
It makes my daily work much easier and I really enjoy working with it every time because it offers completely new opportunities, e.g. when working close to sensitive stones. The machine provides a special default for building up worn settings or for reattaching a broken ear stud without having to solder. Furthermore, I can facilely close pores and/or apply welding wire. The PUK's operation is very simple and it enables me to easily work on jewellery in a lot of different manners.

 

Dr. Daniela Zaharia

Orthodontist
Bucharest, Romania

The PUK D5 opens a whole new world of design possibilities ... and is the ideal partner
in the digital printing era.

Daniela Zaharia (@dr_daniela_zaharia)

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I’m an orthodontist and I love working with my patients. But I also like to work behind the scenes making some of the appliances I use. PUK D5 opens a whole new world of orthodontic appliances’ design possibilities. Design it and then is easy to make it. Nothing is impossible. PUK D5 machine is the ideal partner in the digital printing era and it makes me feel like an artist in orthodontics’ field. It helps me to achieve great results.

Daniela Zaharia (@dr_daniela_zaharia)

Kevin Paul

Watchcase restorations
Vienna, Austria

I can recommend the PUK without any doubts!

www.instagram.com/watchcaserestorations

 

 

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For my watchcase restorations I use the PUK on a daily base. It makes my day so much easier due to its quick and easy accessibility. I can recommend it without any doubts!

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Steffen Dülk

Master Goldsmith / Münsterschwarzach Abbey
Vier Türme GmbH Gold- und Silberschmiede

Our entire team benefits from the PUK04 and its versatile fields of application.

 

 

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We have to carry out a broad variety of works in our goldsmith’s workshop of the abbey. From filigree engagement rings made from platinum to rather big sacral utensils made from silver or tombac. That’s why our entire team benefits from the PUK04 and its versatile fields of application. It is extremely helpful for us for goldsmith’s productions, repairs or for the manufacture of new decorations for churches.

 

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Studio Loubser

Bespoke Jewellers / South Africa
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Our PUK welder has become an integral part of our workshop ... We are able to work accurately and effeciently, avoiding time-consuming manufacturing and repair processes.

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Our PUK welder has become an integral part of our workshop, there is no repair challenge that we cannot face with confidence.

 

The PUK welder allows for small scale precision work, focussing heat in specific areas, allowing to weld close to gemstones and pearls. The concentrated generation of heat enables us to hold the pieces by hand whilst welding, thus there is no need for binding wire or the complex positioning of the pieces whilst soldering. We are able to work accurately and efficiently, avoiding time-consuming manufacturing and repair processes. We even use the PUK welder for our pre-positioning of claws before soldering on complex pieces occasionally.

 

The small scale and snazzy appearance of the welder blends into our workshop with ease.

 

It is however, worth mentioning that using the PUK welder is a skill that has to be learnt, you have to spend time becoming accustomed to using the machine, in order to use it to its maximum capacity.

 

Practice makes perfect.

 

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Lev Shneiderman

Metal artist / Israel
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 This tool is a real asset to any artist’s workshop!

 

 

 

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As a veteran metal artist specializing in both traditional and modern technics, I see the Lampert PUK 5 as an essential tool for my studio. The PUK 5 enabled me to significantly upgrade my manufacturing process and provide more freedom with my art designs. The PUK 5 shortens the time it takes to build a construction. It allows handling seams and soldering more effectively and in a shorter time.

 

This tool is a real asset to any artist’s workshop!

 

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Arkadiy Chernikov

Goldsmith
New Westminster, Canada  

I consider this micro welding machine to be one of my best tool investments. 

 

 

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I have purchased a PUK five years ago to expand my TIG welding to micro level, and never regret for that. Reliability, super easy to start, fast learning curve and lots of hidden capabilities for custom pulse programming - that's exactly what I was looking for. Besides, I would add reasonable argon consumption and ability for micro spot-welding. Maintenance is minimal: just re-fill the argon bottle and have your tungsten clean and sharp.  

 

For readers in North America: Robert from Lampert Tools USA in Chicago provides unbelievable help with order, shipment and delivery, and after I got my machine he gave me free one-day course for micro welding basics. Further customer support and getting consumables is fast, friendly and professional. I consider this micro welding machine to be one of my best tool investments. 

Michael Berger

Goldsmith and Kinetic
Düsseldorf

I can hardly imagine a work process without the PUK anymore.

 

 

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There’s really not one day going by in the workshop without the PUK. How quickly this device has made itself indispensable was astonishing - I can hardly imagine a work process without it anymore.

 

Jointing my kinetic works made of stainless steel has particularly become child’s play with the PUK and opened completely new ways of fabrication. No matter if it’s tiniest mechanical elements, sheet metal constructions with a thickness of only 0.3 millimeters or big room sized works, I apply the PUK everywhere and it gets the job done reliably and with a high standard. 

 

The PUK - a tool that I’ve grown fond of and that I want to warmly recommend to all colleagues.

 

www.atelier-berger.de

 

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