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The First 7 , 000 Years ~ ~ ~ of Soldering , Part I By

@inproceedings{Gilleo2003TheF7,
  title={The First 7 , 000 Years ~ ~ ~ of Soldering , Part I By},
  author={Dr. Ken Gilleo},
  year={2003}
}
early a million years ago, mankind’s technological march through time beN gan after fire was mastered. Metalworking, which evolved into metallurgy, is the oldest and most successful technology. It spans at least 12,000 years (Figure 1). Soldering, a key metal joining technology, was probably developed about 7,000 years ago when lower melting, naturally occurring metal alloys were placed in the blowpipe-fanned fires of that day.* Early man used these precious metal alloys to join castings made… 
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