|Brazing and Welding Processes
(See Process Descriptions Below)
|Metal to Metal Furnace Brazing
Ceramic to Metal Furnace Brazing
Active Metal Furnace Brazing
Atmosphere Furnace Brazing
Vacuum Furnace Brazing
Partial Pressure Brazing
|Added Value Services
||Copper Based Alloys
Nickel Based Alloys
Silver Based Alloys
Gold Based Alloys
Palladium Based Alloys
Active Metal Braze Alloys
||Hermetic sealed joints
No oxidation and scaling (Controlled Atmosphere)
High Repeatability with minimal part-to-part variation
|Brazing Temperature Range
||725° C to 1350° C
||Department of Defense
Department of Energy
Solar Product Manufacturing
Computer and Electronics
|Intended Applications for Brazed Products
Vacuum Feed Through
Microwave Transmitting Tubes
|Maximum Part Diameter(Cylinder)
|Maximum Part Length (Cylinder)
||Vacuum Leak Testing up to 10-9 Torr
|Lead Times Available
||4 - 6 Weeks ARM Average Lead Time
Expediting Services Available
|Secondary Services Offered
||Plating (Gold, Nickel, Silver, Copper)
MIL-C-14550B (Copper Plating)
MIL-G-45204 (Gold Plating)
AMS-QQ-N-290 (Nickel Plating)
QQ-S-365D (Silver Plating)
|Desired File Formats
Inventor (IAM, IPT , IDW)
SolidWorks (SLDASM, SLDDRW, SLDPRT)
|Metal to Metal Brazing Process
||Is a metal-joining process where an alloy is melted and distributed between two or more metals via capillary action.
|Ceramic to Metal Brazing Process
||Is a metal to ceramic joining process where an alloy is melted and distributed via capillary action between a ceramic(s) that has been metallized and a metal(s).
|Active Metal Brazing Process
||Is a joining process which allows metal(s) to be joined to ceramic(s) without metallization.
|Atmosphere Brazing Process
||Is a joining process between a metal and another metal or metal(s) to a ceramic(s). It uses inert, reducing atmospheres, which protects the part from oxidation.
|Vacuum Brazing Process
||Is a joining process between a metal and another metal or metal(s) to a ceramic that offers significant advantages, which include extremely clean, superior, braze joints of high integrity and strength.
|Partial Pressure Brazing
||Is a brazing process done in a vacuum furnace wherein controlled atmospheres of inert gases (nitrogen, argon or helium) are introduced at or near brazing temperature to reduce sputtering of braze alloys.
|Laser Welding Process (Added Value)
||Is a joining process between multiple pieces of metal through the use of a laser. This allows for significant advantages, which include narrow, deep welds, and high welding rates.
|TIG Welding Process(Added Value)
||Is a joining process between multiple pieces of metal that heats via an arc of electricity jumping from a (tungsten metal) electrode to the metal surfaces you intend to weld - usually Kovar or stainless steel.
|Spot Welding Process(Added Value)
||Is a joining process between multiple pieces of metal, which is produced by the flow of electric current through the resistance of metals, held together under pressure.