Dredgerwood: i was wondering if you could do a video about how to braze or tig brass to
copper? i am building an oil tank out of 6" copper pipe (approx 1/8" wall)
and i am going to be using brass bungs for feed/return lines and filler cap
etc... welded the tank with tig using a copper wire for filler, turned out
good as far as i can tell. thanks Jodie
Rodd Ruiz: Don't flux everything up. Thats a t-shirt right there. Haha
Luis Moreno: Propane can braze well too for those who were asking.
raydeironfist: That was awesome! Always neat to see a different approach to a situation.
Mike Hamilton: great demo, doing the monolog as a commentary on the video works.
but silver is expensive. so generally you have 3 brazing materials ?
lead, lead free, and silver, for most of the materials
one would want to join together ? is that because silver is more versatile
and bonds with most metals ?
wing Chow: Today is the 19 th of Oct2013
Brazing Copper to Steel
Brazing Copper to Steel
MrTonyshit80: I couldn't understand well what are you saying. I,m not English
native...can you write it..it will help me more..
Andrew Parker: Thanks for the video - nicely done and informative.
MrTonyshit80: Dear sir ...what the purpose you use the flux....?
landykid60: ahhhh,, that's a very tidy job,, nice work,,
ljwartuk: will a plumbers gas torch work?anybody??????
freddytk421: First. sweet vid.
Hadi: is it that torch of propane gas or not ? if not >> can i use propane gas
Dongus Schlongius: hahahaha @ citydriver i was gonna say tha same thing!
dougspair: In 30 years, I always found the Stay-Silv flux dries up in the container
after exactly 2 openings of the cap. Nice it's water based too, easy to
just add a bit of water.
NOBOX7: your awsome homes , thanks for sharing the pre placed tec, i loved it , it
seems to pre heat the brazer rod better then manual feeding
Manuel Sosa: very good video thanks
Alex Mendoza: Way cool!! Thanks for sharing Jody really enjoyed the video. Hope all is
well with you my friend! (non-ETOPS) :)
my1956effie: Would find one of those induction heaters verry usefull at work for silver
soldering copper pipe, better than the old oxy acet. Very interesting vid,
Super Taster: if you have small parts, he's using oxy/fuel here, there's no way you'd get
that copper block up to temp with a little propane torch
NightRunner417: Doesn't it just make you crazy thinking about what you could do with it?
Mmmmmm induction heating, so sweet. :-)
citydriver: sweet good thing you dident flux it up :D hihih sorry i had too . whats the
purpose of the copper washers on steel bolts?
sk8er51472: @freddytk421 i was amazed when i saw that at the fabtech show lol
vochitoken: it is possible to braze or weld aluminum with copper?
SmokinPHorses: @freddytk421 Look on ebay for a bearing induction heater. They should be
pretty plentiful. They come in all sizes with different sized bars for
working from the i.d. Might be adaptable to certain welding situations of
tube type materials. The portable o.d. heaters aren't as common and usually
cost a chunk of change.
NOBOX7: those induction units are awsome , to bad they use 10,000+ watts , my
garage currently has a 20 amp limit,,,, 2400 watts :*(
Big Red: That's an awesome way to go about it.. Cheap and easy. I need to figure out
a way to apply this to the modifications I make on automobiles.. That's
vkorinfsky: Excellent! this is the bit of info I needed. Now I know how to braze in
some ss fuel lines through the floor pan bulkheads in my VW notch.
citydriver: @weldingtipsandtricks i mean fluxed to be a twist on " freaked" it up i
guess it was only funny in my head as always a good video im learning alot
weldingtipsandtricks: @citydriver In this case, the purpose was strictly the drawing
specifications . I suspect it was part of some type of fixture for
electroplating that needed a good conductor. All that flux came off easily
in a bucket of hot soapy water.
racer4560: love yours video's very imformative!
rcwarship: Heya Jody, Thank you very much for taking your time to make/upload these
great videos!!!!! I realize that it's not called out/required for this
application, however, if there is a 5 to 10 thousandths gap between the
copper/steel, it will greatly increase the strength of the joint as it
allows the solder to flow between the parts. The gap can be made by using a
center punch to deform the copper or steel, a cold chisel for longer ones
works great as well. Thanks Again & Best Regards, Jon
71dembones: You are a master my friend! Lots of good, no-bones info in here! I
subscribed to make sure I got good welding advice at my fingertips! Brazing
dissimilar metals is what I know the least about and it seems to be
everyday routine for you. Thanks!
freddytk421: I want that induction gun more than anything in the world. I know I would
never use it but I still covet it immensely.