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Brazing

A group of joining processes that use a filler metal with a liquidus above 450°C (840°F) and below the solidus of the base material. When brazing, the base material is not melted.

  • Brazing is a group of joining processes that use a filler metal with a liquidus above 450°C (840°F) and below the solidus of the base material. When brazing, the base material is not melted.

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