If you're wondering, "why should I use induction soldering?" then you've come to the right place. Induction soldering is an induction process in which two separate pieces are fused together using a filler metal or other material. While silver is often used for induction brazing because of its low melting point (silver-copper eutectic brazes have melting temperatures between 1100 and 1650 degrees Fahrenheit), induction soldering is a bit different. The filler metal varies depending on the other components being joined, but the most common fillers for induction soldering include alloys such as tin-silver, tin-zinc, and tin-lead.