In the commercial brazing industry, several processes are used to braze assemblies on a repeatable basis. Today, we are focusing on successful vacuum brazing. Part I of this posting addresses basic definitions and processes. In Part II, learn how to choose filler metals for your vacuum brazing application.
Published: Thursday, July 28, 2016 Vacuum Brazing Success
Published: Friday, February 06, 2015 Step Brazing
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 ...
Published: Tuesday, December 03, 2013 Furnace Atmosphere
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 ...
Published: Thursday, July 11, 2013 Preferred Torch Brazing Flame Types Video
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: ...
Published: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 Vacuum Tube Grade Brazing Alloys
The performance demands of the aerospace, medical, electronics, and commercial industries require an unparalleled degree of reliability. Their complex equipment is only as reliable as its components. Lucas Milhaupt has worked closely with customers to develop Vacuum Tube Grade (VTG) brazing alloys that meet their exceptional specifications and demanding application requirements. Join us for today’s discussion of VTG brazing materials!