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braz·ing

(brā'zing),
In dentistry, to solder.

braz·ing

(brāz'ing)
In dentistry, to solder.
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Manufacturing Technology of Brazing Rod: This chapter is mainly divided into three major parts as Development, Analysis and Trends of Brazing Rod Manufacturing Technology.
This paper aims to demonstrate the feasibility of induction heating for vacuum and air brazing of chromium and titanium carbide based cermets with traditional and amorphous filler metals.
5% in conventional active brazing filler metal, CuTi compounds with a diameter of 100 micrometers are deposited in the material.
EDX analysis was performed on brazing alloy--parent metal (PM) boundary of specimens on JEOL[R] 7600 F equipment.
1Si) brazing alloy with no boron, the resultant brazed joint usually contains at least four microstructural components, including the grains of the solid solution based on nickel, intermetallic compounds, characterised by high hardness and brittleness, binary and ternary eutectics which reduce the strength of the brazed joint (7).
Mild (low carbon) steel and cast iron include a large percentage of iron, and their composition makes them ideal candidates for brazing.
Alpha I specializes in the design and manufacture of turnkey systems for heat treating, brazing and wire heating.
Whether your need is for one article, process development, or OEM production, Omley Industries is your source for high quality vacuum brazing.
When brazing, build up the braze material to form a nice dome for a good appearance and a strong joint.
Air Force is using hydrogen fluoride ion cleaning, high-temperature diffusion brazing, and high-velocity oxy-fuel thermal spraying technologies to overhaul its static Jet engine components.
Advances in brazing reviews current research in the area summarized by some of the world's leading experts in the subject.
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