Old 09-08-18, 04:10 AM
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#5 is way too dark for brazing. I used to use a B3 series glassblowing lens from Wale Apparatus https://www.waleapparatus.com/category/wale-wear when I was fillet brazing. They are a bit pricey, but it makes it easier to see the difference between molten flux and molten brass.

I switched to TIG welding, but I still braze in bridges and braze ons. I usually just use a pair of dark sunglasses for those tasks.
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