fusion temperature (wire method)


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fu·sion tem·per·a·ture (wire meth·od)

1. the recorded temperature at which a 20-gauge metal wire will collapse under a 3-ounce load.
2. the recorded temperature at which porcelain becomes glazed.

fu·sion tem·per·a·ture (wire meth·od)

(fyūzhŭn tempĕr-ă-chŭr)
1. Recorded temperature at which a 20-gauge metal wire will collapse under a 3-ounce load.
2. Recorded temperature at which porcelain becomes glazed.