Looking on the threads I found that Xcom1 had an exact issue as to what we are having. I quote "We currently anneal quite a bit of our raw CDA 260 brass and find that as we approach annealing temperatures of 900-1000 deg. F, our product dezincifies to such a great extent that no amount of mechanical or chemical finishing can make the part look correct again. Does anyone have any tips as to how to anneal 70%Cu/30%Zn brass? Thanks"
No results were ever posted. Does anyone have any suggestions to get me going in the right direction.
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