Knew Concepts Titanium Soldering Strips are sold by the piece.
Inspired by British Master Goldsmith James Miller, these titanium strips can be easily bent into a wide range of specialized custom clamps for jeweler's hard soldering operations.
Titanium has several advantages over traditional steel clamps when it comes to soldering. Solder doesn't stick to it. Enamel doesn't stick either. Titanium stays strong when red hot. It doesn't erode and flake away at heat, so your clamps can be smaller. Most importantly, titanium doesn't transfer heat nearly as quickly as steel clamps, so it interferes with nearby joints less than steel clamps do.
Sold individually in 4" straight strips to allow you to bend your own ideal clamp design. The titanium strips are fully annealed and can be bent and filed to suit in minutes. Also called Knew Concepts Titanium soldering clamps and Knew Concepts Titanium Soldering Clips.
Several Uses: Holding ear wires during soldering Holding bails and jump rings Re-setting sweat soldered panels that have warped during the first soldering Clamping several items together during soldering Soldering hemispheres into a full sphere Holding spheres onto ring shanks