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
raydeironfist: That was awesome! Always neat to see a different approach to a situation.
Luis Moreno: Propane can braze well too for those who were asking.
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 ?
MrTonyshit80: I couldn't understand well what are you saying. I,m not English native...can you write it..it will help me more..
MrTonyshit80: Dear sir ...what the purpose you use the flux....?
Andrew Parker: Thanks for the video - nicely done and informative.
landykid60: ahhhh,, that's a very tidy job,, nice work,,
NightRunner417: Doesn't it just make you crazy thinking about what you could do with it? Mmmmmm induction heating, so sweet. :-)
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
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!
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,
NOBOX7: those induction units are awsome , to bad they use 10,000+ watts , my garage currently has a 20 amp limit,,,, 2400 watts :*(
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