Brazing is a process in which a filler metal is melted and flowed into a joint to join two or more metal items at a high temperature. Brazing differs from welding in that brazing does not involve melting of the pieces being connected. Brazing differs from soldering in that soldering is performed at a lower temperature.
Explanations for additional induction heating-related terms can be found in eldec’s Glossary.
Read more about eldec's expertise in induction brazing.