• Workpieces are selectively melted and thus joined together.
  • Ideally, filler metal always has the same melting temperature as the workpiece itself (in brazing, a brazing alloy is always used which has a lower melting temperature than the workpiece). Risks due to “postflow” of solder are thus avoided.
  • No annealing of the material – so even mechanics and thin sheets can be worked on without affecting the strength.
  • No difference in color or hardness

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