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induction brazing steel carbide cap to shaft

Objective High Frequency Induction brazing steel carbide cap to shaft.  Customer currently uses a torch process, but would like to change to induction brazing in order to reduce scrap and rework and improve the quality of the braze. Equipment DW-UHF-6kw-III handheld induction brazing heater Materials • Carbon steel • magnetic carbide caps • Alloy – … Read more

Induction Brazing Carbide to Steel

Objective High frequency induction brazing carbide to steel. Recommended Equipment The recommended equipment for this application is the DW-HF-45KW induction brazing machine with the remote heating station. Materials: Large magnetic steel drill head with carbides. Head is approx. 8” OD x 4” (203.2mm OD x 101.6mm) thick, shaft is 11” (279.4mm) long x 2”(50.8mm) to … Read more

Induction Brazing Carbide To Steel

Objective Induction Brazing carbide to steel parts Equipment DW-HF-15kw Induction Heating Power Supply HLQ custom coil Key Parameters Power: 5.88 kW Temperature: Approximately 1500°F (815°C) Time: 10 sec Materials Coil-  2 helical turns (20 mm ID) 1 planar turn (40 mm OD, 13 mm Height) Carbide-  13 mm OD, 3 mm wall thickness Steel piece– 20 … Read more

Induction Brazing Steel Parts to Tungsten Carbide Plate

Induction Brazing Steel Parts to Tungsten Carbide Plate Objective Induction Brazing of Steel Parts to a Tungsten Carbide Plate Equipment DW-UHF-6KW-III handheld induction brazing machine Test 1 Materials • Steel rod: 19.05 mm (0.75″) OD, 82.55 mm (3.25″) Length • Tungsten Carbide Plate: 38.1 mm (1.5″) OD, 10.16 mm (0.4″) Thickness • Alloy: 19.05 mm (0.75″) Brazing discs … Read more

Induction Brazing Carbide Onto Steel Part

Induction Brazing Carbide Onto Steel Part Objective Brazing carbide onto steel workpiece Equipment DW-UHF-6KW-III Handheld Induction Brazing Heater Key Parameters Power: 4kW Temperature: Approximately 1500°F (815°C) Time: 16 sec Materials Coil-  2 helical turns (20 mm ID) 1 planar turn (40 mm OD, 13 mm Height) Carbide-  13 mm OD, 3 mm wall thickness Steel piece– … Read more

Induction Brazing Steel To Carbide Plate

Induction Brazing Steel To Carbide Plate

Objective Brazing a steel piston valve assembly
Material Steel piston valve 4.5” dia (11.43cm), tungsten carbide plate and braze
Temperature 1350 ºF
Frequency 100 kHz
Equipment •DW-UHF-40kW induction heating system, equipped with a remote workhead containing six 1.0μF capacitors for a total of 1.5μF
• An induction heating coil designed and developed specifically for this application.
Process A five turn pancake coil is used to braze the piston valve and tungsten carbide plate. The assembly was heated for 10 minutes to flow the braze and join the two pieces.
Results/Benefits Induction heating provides:
• Rapid localized heat, which can minimize oxidation and reduce cleaning after joining
• Hands-free heating that involves no operator skill for manufacturing
• Clean and controllable joints
• Produces high quality repeatable parts

Brazing Carbide To Steel Shank

Brazing Carbide To Steel Shank with Induction

Objective :Brazing carbide teeth to a steel jaw in less than 5 minutes
Material: Steel pipe jaw, 0.5” (12.7mm) dia, 1.25” (31.75mm) long, 0.25”(6.35mm) thick carbide teeth, black flux and silver copper braze shims
Temperature: 1292ºF (700ºC)
Frequency: 300kHz
Equipment • DW-UHF-10kW induction heating system, equipped with a remote workhead containing one 0.66μF capacitor
• An induction heating coil designed and developed specifically for this application.
Process: A two turn rectangular helical coil is used to heat the carbide and steel to 1292ºF (700ºC) for 4 to 5 minutes. Three braze shims control the amount of braze and the even heat allows for
a good flow of braze creating an aesthetically pleasing bond.
Results/Benefits Induction heating provides:
• Hands-free heating that involves no operator skill for manufacturing
• Consistent, repeatable aesthetically pleasing brazes
• Even distribution of heating

Brazing Carbide Tool Tips With Induction

Brazing Carbide Tool Tips With Induction 

Objective: Attaching carbide cutters to a steel meat cutter impeller

Material carbide blocks; steel shank fitting

Temperature 1400 °F (760 °C)

Frequency 300 kHz

Equipment DW-UHF-30KW induction heating systems including: Induction heating coil Workhead: two-cap 1.0μF (Total 0.5 μF) Process The entire part is placed in a five-turn helical coil, the power is applied until the part is heated to the required temperature and a uniform heat pattern is achieved. The coil allows for easy fixturing and uniformity of heating between the carbide and the steel shank for a premium braze joint.

Results/Benefits

Precision: Due to the size of the induction coil, the process allows for precise placement of the carbides on the steel shanks

Economy: Power is consumed only during the heat cycle

Repeatability: joint quality is maintained in this repeatable process

Brazing Carbide To Steel With Induction

Brazing Carbide To Steel With Induction 

Objective: Braze carbide rotary file assemblies with uniform concentricity in an aerospace application

Material :

• Carbide blank

• High speed steel shank

• Temperature indicating paint

• Braze shim and black flux

Temperature 1400°F (760°C)

Frequency 252 kHz

Equipment DW-UHF-10kw induction heating system, equipped with a remote heat station containing two 0.33 μF capacitors (total 0.66 μF) An induction heating coil designed and developed specifically for this application.

Process A multi-turn helical coil is used. The part is heated to determine the time required to reach the desired temperature and required heat pattern. It takes approximately 30 – 45 seconds to reach 1400°F (760°C) depending on the various part sizes. Flux is applied to the entire part. A braze shim is sandwiched between the steel shank and carbide. Induction heating power is applied until the braze flows. With proper fixturing, concentricity of the part can be achieved.

Results/Benefits • Repeatable, consistent precise heat.

Brazing carbide shaft with induction

Brazing carbide shaft with induction

Objective: Braze a carbide shaft to a steel tube

Material: Carbide shaft 1/8″ to 1″ diameter (varying sizes) Steel tube 3/8″ to 1 ¼” OD Silver solder braze

Temperature: indicating paint

Temperature: 1400 °F for 60 seconds Frequency300 kHz

Equipment: DW-UHF-6KW-III, 150-400 kHz solid state induction heating system equipped with a remote heat station containing two 0.66 μF capacitors (total 1.32 μF) A multi-turn helical coil

Process: Silver solder is applied to where the carbide shaft and steel tube meet. The clearance between the two parts is approximately .0005″. A small piece of solder braze is placed on the part and then the part is heated. It takes about 60 seconds to flow the braze with the best heat migration and solder flow. Even though the part can be heated faster, optimal results are obtained at 60 seconds.

Results/Benefits: Induction heating provides even, precise heat. Precise directed heat is required for the solder braze to flow evenly around the part to assure a good joint.