Annealing Metal?

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Annealing is a heating treatment that is used to make metals harder. first you will need to a furnace and heat it up to about 760 to 190 degrees Celsius. then place the metal in it the initial process will dissolve any impurities then the annealing process will continue..then let the metal to cool. Ensure that the temperature is maintains to achieve the Proper’s effect, do not overheat or under heat the furnace.
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