We are in the process of shaping/installing a 16 oz/ft2 copper standing seam roof on a 30in X 100in arch (aprox 16 in rise in center) with a 8 in segmented "cove imitation" front and soffett. (See attachment for roof we are copying)
I bought some 50/50 "soldering paste" (melting point aprox 350 deg f)to use where needed, & ordered some "patina green" solution.
We have successfully "peened" the standing seam pieces to follow the curve. The parts are ready to go together over the wood form.
Has anybody learned anything about soldering or treating the copper that we need to watch out for Monday?