Considerations for Carbide Brazing

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Oct 19, 2016
  Carbide inserts can provide superior wear resistance and prolonged life in cutting and wear processes. These mechanical properties make carbides useful for mining tools, cutting tools, wear parts and other applications. Let's look at the joining process used to attach carbides to their holders. ...
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Topics: Oil & Gas, Carbide

Materials Calculators Blog

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on Nov 14, 2014
Lucas-Milhaupt Materials Calculators Materials questions? We can help. When ordering alloys, you may have the dimensions or length of a braze joint, but many products are sold by weight. How much should you order? Or, conversely, you may know the mass/weight, but need the length. Our calculators ...
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Topics: Aerospace, Medical, Automotive, HVAC/R, Electrical, Electronics, Oil & Gas

Hi-temp Flux Blog

Posted by Lucas-Milhaupt Brazing Experts on May 7, 2013
The Right Flux for the Job High-temperature fluxes are used with brazing filler materials having melting temperatures of 1600°F (870°C) - 2000°F (1100°C), or 2200°F (1205°C) for boron-modified filler. These fluxes are useful for applications where higher-temperature alloys are needed for strength, ...
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Topics: Flux, Oil & Gas