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Copper rod: scrap vs. cathode

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Here's another question we did not have time to answer during the webinar "Overview of Nonferrous Rod & Wire Technology":

Is copper rod made from #1 & #2 scrap in the various refining processes a suitable substitute for rod made from cathodes?

Discussion started by Marc Murray , on 926 days ago
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Horace Pops
Yes. It has been drawn for many years down to 32 awg sizes in regular or multi wire drawing machines. There is some question, however, whether or not it may be accepted for magnet wire or very fine wires.
925 days ago