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Welding and cutting techniques for brass

Technical Characteristics

To weld and cut brass as efficiently as possible, various alloying elements are added to the alloy - aluminum, lead, arsenic, silicon, iron, tin and nickel. Remember that high-temperature welding of brass can complicate the burnout of zinc with the formation of cracks and pores. The melting temperature depends on the amount of zinc in the alloy, and does not depend on the thickness of the workpiece.

Filler material

Brass wire of various grades can be used as filler materials during welding. Two most common ones are LC62-05 and LO62-1 (for copper-zinc alloys alloyed with tin).

About argon-arc welding

Argon arc welding is considered to be a real breakthrough in metalworking... But it requires the use of special filler materials. For welding of brass bars of domestic and foreign production are used. In argon arc welding such types of electrodes as: tungsten, coated (type ZT), graphite.

Laser cutting

Laser cutting has advantages, such as the ability to work with complex part geometry. It also provides minimum cutting widths. Combined with low temperature effect and automation of the process, it guarantees minimum deformation of processed material. The price of the service is negotiable.

Plasma cutting

The modes used in plasma cutting of copper alloys depend on several factors. First, it is very important to consider the thickness of the metal. Second, the gas used in the process is very important. For example, nitrogen is best used to work with parts whose wall thickness does not exceed 15 mm, and for thicker-walled ones, argon has the lowest flow rate. It is very common to see a mixture of nitrogen and argon gases. Welding with tungsten electrodes can boast high efficiency.

About resistance welding

Using contact welding, it is necessary to take into account some peculiarities of the metal. To get a quality connection, it is very important to pay maximum attention to the preliminary preparation of the parts to be joined. The fact is that contact welding requires both mechanical cleaning of the welded products and chemical etching.

Diffusion welding

Diffusion welding has many advantages, as it allows you to connect brass with other metals and even non-metallic materials. The most popular method of connection is when it is necessary to work with large parts of complex configuration. At the same time, diffusion welding should be performed in a vacuum.


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