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Melting points of some of the more common metals and alloys used in blacksmithing are indicated in the table below:
|Admiralty Brass||1650° - 1720°|
|Aluminum Alloy||865° - 1240°|
|Aluminum Bronze||1190° - 1215°|
|Cast Iron, gray||2150° - 2360°|
|Cupronickel||2140 - 2260°|
|Iron, Wrought||2700° - 2900°|
|Iron, Gray Cast||2060° - 2200°|
|Steel, Carbon||2600° - 2800°|
* Left those in for fun
Source: The Engineering Toolbox
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