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braz·ing

(brā'zing),
In dentistry, to solder.
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braz·ing

(brāz'ing)
In dentistry, to solder.
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This report studies the global Braze market status and forecast, categorizes the global Braze market size (value & volume) by manufacturers, type, application, and region.
1.2.1 Global Braze Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025)
Comprehensive analysis with respect to investments and regulatory scenario that would subsequently impact the outlook and forecast for the global braze alloys market between 2018 and 2026
Hammer, Titanium Braze System for High Temperature Applications, AFMLTR.76-145, Solar Division of International Harvester, San Diego, CA, USA, 1976.
On the basis of end use industries, global Braze Alloys market can be segmented into following key market segments:
When brazing, build up the braze material to form a nice dome for a good appearance and a strong joint.
Composition of inter-dendrite eutectic phases in braze seams is typical for different base alloys (JS26, VJL12U, JS6U, etc.) [see 9, 10 in Part 1].
Nickel diffusion braze alloy and method for repair of superalloy.
For example, they have developed a framing station based on 14 lasers that not only welds (5,340 mm) and brazes (3,400 mm) the Golf, but is capable of handling VW vehicles ranging in size from the diminutive Lupo (a "three-liter" car, so called because it is supposed to be able to travel 100 km on that amount of fuel) to the Touareg sport utility vehicle (laser welding is also used on the Touareg's platform-mate, the Porsche Cayenne).
For isothermal brazing of alloy JS26 several compositions of brazes, containing additionally commercial brazing alloy NS12 as an additive, and compositions without this alloy were considered.