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Definition of the verb braze
What does braze mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: brazed | brazing | brazes
- solder together by using hard solder with a high melting point
Alternative definition of the verb braze
- The joining together of two metal pieces, without melting them, using heat and diffusion of a jointing alloy of capillary thickness.
- [obsolete] To burn or temper in fire.
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Recipes, Tall Tales, Drinking Songs, Historical Stuff, Knee Slappers, how to Make It, how to Drink It, Pleasin' the Law, Recoverin' the Next Day by Matthew B. Rowley
The first seam to braze is the overlapping joint of the boiler walls. On a heavy steel or earthen surface that can withstand intense heat, turn the cylinder (with the bottom snugly fitted in place) on its side so the seam faces upward. Make certain ...
Welder's Handbook (2007)
A Guide to Plasma Cutting, Oxyacetylene, ARC, MIG and TIG Welding by Richard Finch
Brass braze is a gold or bronze color. The easiest way to weld the broken chair, assuming it's a new break, would be to gas-weld it with either bare steel wire or copper-coated steel wire — if you have access to a gas welder. Any of the other ...
Brazing, 2nd Edition (2003)
by Mel M. Schwartz
Indeed, the word braze is a derivation of the Old English braes, meaning to cover with brass. On the other hand, the term solder is an adaptation of the Old French soudure, meaning to make solid. Brazing and soldering require the application ...
by Mel Schwartz
If this restriction is recognized, then joints made with bulky deposits of lower melting point filler metal are termed braze welds. Originally brazing referred to the use of brass to join copper or steel and it is still widely used in this narrow sense.
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
BRAZE—BRAZIER. BRAZE, v. brdz [F. brase'r, to solder: AS. brwa, brass, from being used in solder: Icel. bran, to harden by fire, to solder iron—from (mu, solder (see Bmss 1)]: to solder with brass; to harden to impudence. an'zmo, imp.
by Dave Millwater
See also: braze. braze: To join metal surfaces using brass, bronze, or copper as a filler material. break: To give a horse basic training. Training a horse to accept and obey a rider is 'saddle breaking'. Basic leading and ground handling training ...
by Joseph R. Davis, ASM International
braze. A weld produced by heating an assembly to suitable temperatures and by using a filler metal having a liquidus above 450 °C (840 °F) and below the solidus of the base ...
by Alireza Bahadori, Scott T. Smith
Braze Welding The joining of metals using a technique similar to fusion welding and a filler metal with a lower melting point than the parent metal but neither using capillary action as in brazing nor intentionally melting the parent metal. Brazing ...
by Daniel Fenning
To BRAZE, V. A. [from brass] the soldering or joining two pieces of meia] together. Figuratively, to be enured or hardened in impudence, ** 1 have so often bluflied to ac- knowledge him, ...
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Scrabble value of B3R1A1Z10E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 16 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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