Stainless Steel 316L - 50' - 20 Gauge Wire
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I think it could work for that, though it might be a bit stiff.
There are a few quirks in it, but it's strong enough to hold after a while. If it is bent back and forth it weakens its integrity, causing it to break, otherwise it is a very sturdy item.
As it is 316l, it is surgical grade as well, so yes indeed it is good quality
There is a good deal of flexibility.
Selected User Reviews For Stainless Steel 316L - 50' - 20 Gauge Wire
Crossing the bridge of the nose and going across the cheekbones is how the wire is attached. It is strong yet bendable, thus making it the perfect wire for building structures. Keeps its position. The seller was kind enough to substitute a 20 gauge wire I initially used for the 20 gauge wire I first purchased. Thanks a lot! It is highly recommended that you use this product and buy from the vendor.
The advertised item and price would have made this a fair purchase. I like this wire. With a micrometer, it measured zero, but with a ruler, it measured one. The 072-area code You can also write "073" or "0". There are 21 and 22 AWG in 29mm, which is between 21mm and 22mm. This is hardly anything to worry about. However, being able to measure up to your own specifications shouldn't be a deal breaker, right?.
Their elasticity is excellent and the wire is soft. The next time I order, I will definitely do so.
I have used it before.
Wrapping pendants in this material is very effective. It has been used on other projects as well. I appreciate how easy it is to work with and how good the quality is.
This rack still has a working lock, so it can still be used.
I use it to make some of the pieces I sell. While the copper I usually use is much stiffer than this material, in some instances a stiffer material has proved advantageous. If I have the option to add pieces with this metal to an item, it becomes my most popular wire for that piece. The clipper that comes with my regular jewelry cutters is too large for this, while the hobby store clippers intended for models work better. After using my hobby clippers on this wire for over a month now, I believe that it is too hard to cut this wire down. With the copper wire and dead soft wire, your clippers are dull and having problems making cuts. I find that dealing with it is more difficult than dealing with softer wires of the same gauge, so it is probably not the best wire Nevertheless, I will keep using it because I like it so much, I will just keep replacing my clippers as they wear out.
The wire I bought is for jewelry making since I'm a craft or jeweler's shopper. Cost is a barrier despite it being the same as wire. is a soft wire that is close to being as soft as a good copper wire, so you can use it to wrap and weave easily.