This page introduces brazing/soldering by looking at the characteristics of brazing and by comparing it with other joining methods, particularly fusion welding. This page also explains the difference between brazing and soldering, and the types and principles of each method. Used for both manual joining and high-accuracy joining with automatic machines, brazing/soldering is used in a variety of applications, from automobile and motorcycle parts to more detailed work such as electronic circuits and electrical connectors. This page explores the wide range of fields in which this technology is used, including hobby work and the latest factory automation applications.
- Brazing/soldering types and principles
- Classification by melting temperature (brazing and soldering)