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Brazing Copper and Brass Fittings to Make a Flange

Nov 26, 2019 9:10:31 AM / by Brett Daly posted in Induction Brazing, brazing

 

A client manufacturing plumbing flanges came to THE LAB at Ambrell with a brazing application. They needed to braze copper and brass fittings. They had been using a torch, but wanted a more repeatable heating solution. So they took advantage of free parts testing from THE LAB to see if induction might be a better heating solution for their brazing application. 


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Brazing a Steel Nozzle Assembly for an Aerospace Client

Nov 25, 2019 3:16:15 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Induction Brazing, Aerospace Industry

 

An aerospace client approached THE LAB at Ambrell with a brazing application. They tried using an oven and a torch for brazing their steel nozzle assembly, but were seeing inconsistent results. This was a low volume application, so heating time wasn't a concern. However, the location of the desired braze joint was shielded from the induction field by the lip of the nozzle, which complicated the process. 

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Induction Brazing FAQs: How Does Induction Brazing Work?

Nov 20, 2019 1:38:48 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Induction Brazing, brazing aluminum

 

The basic principles of induction heating have been used in manufacturing since the 1920s. Induction brazing is just one process that uses the science of induction heating to fuse metals. Before you get started with induction brazing, it's important to understand how the process works. Let's look at some answers to common questions about induction brazing.

 

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Induction Braze Carbide Inserts to Prevent Defects in Tool Tips

Nov 18, 2019 1:59:05 PM / by Brett Daly posted in THE LAB, brazing, brazing carbide inserts


 

A company that manufactures, sharpens, repairs and modifies tooling turned to THE LAB at Ambrell. They were torch brazing carbide inserts into tubes but needed a more consistent heating method. They manufacture modest quantities of parts so their concern was quality of the joint, not heating time. 

 

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