Well looking at that the sintering temperature of Aluminium say is roughly only 100C lower than the melting point. It doesn't really help much. Graham On Wed,eexgs
I wanted to clarify something on this post. I was confused about the difference between sintering and melting. I'm proposing sintering, which occurs at lowerdead1eaf
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