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Building Superior Brazed Tools 2008

  • Building Superior Brazed Tools 2008
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By Thomas Walz, President Carbide Procesors, Inc Published: February 2008 Paperback: 229 pages , 422 illustrations, 77 chapters, Binding: Wire.

This book was written as a practical working guide for using the new technologies. It is based on twenty six years of helping people building better tools. Building Superior Brazed Tools 2008 gives great, in depth material on selecting the right materials and using them. It is for those that wish to build the very best with the current and next generation technologies.

Topics covered in the book:

Hardwood Sawmill Downtime Costs   Brazing Gases
Superiority of Brazed Tools over Mechanically Held Tools   Brazing Process Overview
Brazing and Welding - Important Differences   Brazing Tungsten Carbide
Tool Tipping Materials   Brazing Tungsten Carbide for the First Time
Tool Tipping Material Comparisons   Braze Technique for Testing and Training
Measuring Material Properties   Cleaning Steel Before Brazing
Hardness Testing   Cleaning Saw Blades
Hardness Conversion Scale   Brazing To Laser Cut Steel
Tool Steels   Trying To Clean By Burning With A Torch
Talonite   How Fluxing Affects Brazing
Stellite and Other Metal Alloy Tipping   Calculate The Amount Of Braze Alloy To Use
Tungsten Carbide Explanation and Manufacturing   Braze Joint Thickness
Tungsten Carbide Grades   Pretinning
Cross Referencing Carbide by Grade   Temperature Control and Problems
Properties of Tungsten Carbide   Heat Stress in Brazing
Carbide Surface Treatments   Times
Why Good Carbide Is Important   Brazing Carbide in a Notch - Three Methods
Considerations In Tungsten Carbide Selection   Advanced Brazer Training
Basic Saw Tip Ordering Information   Brazing Standards for Tungsten Carbide in Automatic Systems
Common Carbide Defects (Internal and External)   Brazing Thin Materials
Crack Initiation and Propagation   Wizzeroo High Temperature Tool
Quality Specifications for Carbide Saw Tips   Welding Tungsten Carbide
Carbide Specification Checklist   Telling Braze Quality - Examining The Finished Joints
Carbide Suppliers Questionnaire   Fillets
How Carbide 'Wears Out'   Microscopic Examination of Tools
Wetting Tests   Proscope Analysis of a 10" saw blade
Chipping Carbide   Simple Carbide and Braze Joint Strength Tests
Cermets   Grinding and Honing Tungsten Carbide
Advanced Materials   Coolant Cleanliness
Cermet II - Advanced Grades   Why Coolant Doesnt Last Forever
Making Cermet II Materials   Filtering coolant
Braze Alloys (Silver Solders)   Grinder Coolant Analysis Sawmill
Brazing with Trimetal Shims   Clean Coolant Makes Money
Trimetal Shims And Hi Impact Braze Alloy   Coolant Testing Kit
Cadmium Free Alloys   Measuring Grinding Accuracy
Flux   Brazing Tungsten Carbide - Health and Safety
Gas Flux   Grinding Tungsten Carbide - Health and Safety

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