The act, art, or process of covering or coating anything with melted tin, or with tin foil, as kitchen utensils, locks, and the like.
Method of binding by crimping a metal strip along edges of sheets. Tint - Screening or adding white to a solid color for results of lightening that specific color.
To cover the surfaces to be jointed with solder before jointing, to maximise the strength of the completed joint
The application of a thin coat of solder to the metallic surface to be soldered.
The application of a thin wash of molten tin to a copper alloy or iron object for decorative or protective purposes.
Coating of a metal surface with tin or solder alloy to improve or maintain solderability, or to aid a later soldering process.
The process of coating metallic surfaces with a thin layer of solder.
In soldering, dipping the torch's soldering tip attachment in a flux paste and applying solder to the tip until it is completely covered. This leaves the tip bright, shiny and properly coated, which enhances heat transfer when soldering electrical connections and jewelry.
the application of a thin layer of soft solder to the ends of wires before soldering them; "careful tinning of the ends of wires results in a better joint when you solder them"
The process of applying a thin coat of solder to materials prior to their being soldered; for example, application of a light coat of solder to the filaments of a conductor to hold the filaments in place prior to soldering of the conductor.
Coating of a terminal, lead or conductive pattern with tin or solder alloy to improve or maintain solderability or to aid in the soldering operation.
Applying a thin coating of solder to something.
Coating a metal surface with tin, either with tin enamel (fine tinning) or tin alloy (galvanic).
Coating metal with a very thin layer of molten solder or brazing filler metal.
The coating of a surface with a uniform layer of solder.
Soldering completely over the surface of another metal either to stiffen it or to allow its color to be changed.
The application of a solder coating to a basis metal (e.g. conductive paths and terminals) to enhance solderability and minimise oxidation.
In soldering, coating the metals to be joined with a thin layer of solder.
Tinning is the process of making tin-plate, which consists of sheets of iron or steel that have been thinly coated with tin by being dipped in a molten bath of that metal.