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    Did anyone keep a copy of the technical data sheet for brilliante? It seems to have vanished from the knowledgebase, and I've just found a load of wire that I could actually use if I could harden it a bit - I know it's heat hardenable, and have a recollection of 300 degrees for four hours? But I could be horribly wrong, and would prefer not to waste the lot.

    I never really got on with brilliante, but at least I'd be able to make use of one of my expensive mistakes this way.

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    I found this on Ganoskin, George:

    Apparently the alloy can also be
    age hardened -- at 300 C for 4-6 hours, and has Britannia-like
    properties with regard to deformation before requiring annealing (80%
    reduction).
    here's the link
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    Well after an answer like that all I can say is "Thanks Di!" and

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    I saw that article too Di, just after I posted the q - thank you for confirming it for me I still wonder what happened to the datasheets though Especially as Brilliante is still being sold on the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizgeorge View Post
    I saw that article too Di, just after I posted the q - thank you for confirming it for me I still wonder what happened to the datasheets though Especially as Brilliante is still being sold on the site.
    Yes - I wonder if it has anything to do with pushing Argentium
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    Thanks Rob

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