Silver Alloys

Brazing is a technique of joining metals or ceramics where the joint bond is formed by the capillary attraction of the liquid filler metal into the gap between the narrowly fitted surfaces. Brazing differs from welding in that only the melting of the filler metal is involved in the creation of the joint assembly.
Brazing offers multiples advantages over welding, namely:
A distinction is made between brazing and soldering, depending on the melt temperature of the filler metal:
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