Taxonomy: Braze Welding
Braze welding is a form of welding that melts a filler material, but not the joined surfaces, to create a weld.
Overview of Process
Braze welding is a specific type of welding (used to join two pieces of metal together) where, unlike standard welding techniques, temperatures from the welding torch are high enough to melt a filler rod, but not the workpiece itself. As a result, the weld is formed solely by the filler, not through molten workpiece material.
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