Vacuum brazing is a thermal joining method that enables the fabrication of high-quality joints between similar and dissimilar materials such as copper/steel, nickel/steel, ceramic/copper, and ceramic/steel. Even full-surface and large-surface brazed joints and complex component geometries can be joined.
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Vacuum brazing opens up new design options and freedoms in many fields of application, especially with regard to flexibility in joint design. The solder can be applied in advance so that even areas that are no longer accessible after assembly can be joined. The exceptionally pure atmospheres result in visually appealing joints—with the result that rework is no longer necessary.