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Old 06-05-2014, 01:02 PM   #1
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Smith's Little Torch

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New or Used: Item is used but excellent condition.
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Asking Price: $120
Accepted forms of payment: EMT, Cash, Paypal
Shipping : I will ship at buyers expense.
My Location: k9a3j1

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Smith Little Torch for Soldering Welding & 5 Tips, Hoses

I bought this originally to use on fine work for silver soldering etc. Attaches directly to the regular hoses on a gas welding setup, and is amazing.

Makes a thread-thin flame up to 6300 degrees F.
Welds: Fuses materials as thin as .001" up to 16 gauge
Brazes: Joins steel, brass, copper, silver, and gold.
Solders: For soft or hard (silver) soldering
Heats: Softens or melts metals, glass, even ceramics

Smiths Little Torch welds an unlimited range of materials, brazes and solders the tiniest elements with ease, yet produces enough heat to weld steel up to 1/8" thick or melt 3 oz. of silver. Weighing only 1.5 ounces, The Little Torch is easily maneuvered in areas impossible to reach with conventional torches. Variety of Flame Settings and Sizes Produces a perfectly controlled, stable flame hot enough to melt commercially weldable metals, glass and ceramics with thread-thin flames up to 6000 degrees F. Unmatched Flexibility Works with any commercially used fuel gas, and strong, flexible hoses connect to any standard pressure regulator.

The Little Torch features a thin, extremely lightweight hose which provides added maneuverability - it can be used with several fuels including acetylene, hydrogen, propane, propylene, Mapp, or natural gas.

I'm including a pair of flashback arrestors, all my silver solder/brazing supplies to hand, plus a pair of special safety dark glasses which are easier to use than the fill goggles.

**Ideal with my other listing for the ProStar Gas Welding portable setup

PM me any questions.

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Old 06-05-2014, 03:05 PM   #2
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Re: Smith's Little Torch

My wife uses one of these for jewellery making and I borrow it frequently for silver soldering. It is a great torch for doing fine work. You can also use the propane and oxygen tanks that you buy at your local hardware store. Great tool.

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Old 06-10-2014, 10:43 PM   #3
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I'll take it - pm sent.
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