Vacuum Brazing Success

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Jul 28, 2016
  The most common brazing processes include torch, induction, resistance and furnace brazing. In furnace brazing, filler metal in the form of pre-forms or paste is placed onto an assembly to be joined. This type of brazing includes either a protective atmosphere or the evacuation of the surrounding ...
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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace

Step Brazing

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Feb 6, 2015
Step brazing defined: The brazing of successive joints on a given part with filler metals of successively lower brazing temperatures so as to accomplish the joining without disturbing the joints brazed previously. A similar result can be achieved at a single brazing temperature if the remelt ...
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Topics: Furnace

Furnace Atmosphere

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Dec 3, 2013
Furnace Atmosphere Atmosphere for furnace brazing can be a complicated issue. To understand the importance of atmosphere, let's review what we know about using furnaces as the heat source for brazing. Furnaces can be electrically heated or fired by oxy/fuel, and they can accommodate various types ...
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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace

Preferred Torch Brazing Flame Types Video

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Jul 11, 2013
Video on Brazing Flames Proper application of heat is a vital factor in brazing success.  This technical video will show you three types of flames that can be produced by an oxy-acetylene torch: Neutral Oxidizing Reducing We'll explore the differences between these flames.  Then, we'll discuss how ...
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Topics: Furnace

Vacuum Tube Grade Brazing Alloys

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Oct 16, 2012
High-Purity Brazing Alloys Although the final properties of the brazed joint depend on a number of factors, in most cases the use of VTG alloys, allowed for manufacturing of strong and ductile joints, are hermetically sealed. Further benefits of using VTG alloy, depending on application and service ...
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Topics: High Purity Vacuum Tube Grade, Furnace