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2156 results about "Brazing" patented technology

Brazing is a metal-joining process in which two or more metal items are joined together by melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint, the filler metal having a lower melting point than the adjoining metal.

Small-diameter snare

This invention provides a small diameter snare device consisting of a hollow, elongate, thin-walled polymer outer sheath. A single central core wire extends through the entire length of the sheath. The outer diameter of the core wire is sized close to the inner diameter of the sheath while allowing for axial sliding, in order to maximize the support to the body portion of the snare device. The distal end of the core wire has a tapered section of reduced diameter or cross section to provide a “guidewire-like” flexibility to the distal portion of the device. A second wire of about fifty percent of the inner diameter of the sheath is shaped to form a snare loop and the two ends are attached to the distal most portion of the central core wire via welding, soldering, or brazing. After assembly of the core and sheath, a second short, hollow tube is fitted over the proximal end of the central core and attached thereto to provide an actuating handle to slideably move the central core within the sheath, thus exposing and retracting the snare loop from the open distal end of the sheath. The loop is typically circular or oval shaped and can also be multiplanar (for example, a twisted, figure eight shape) so as to increase the ability to ensnare and capture objects. The loop attachment to the core wire is facilitated and strengthened by a wrapped coupling coil formed typically of 0.001-inch platinum wire applied to secure the loop prior to soldering (brazing or other metal-flowing joining techniques), and through which solder flows to permanently secure the loop to the core wire.

Flexible composite middle layer brazing alloy and method of utilizing brazing ceramic and metal

The invention discloses flexible composite middle layer brazing alloy and a method of utilizing brazing ceramic and metal, and relates to the composite brazing alloy and the method of utilizing the brazing ceramic and metal. The flexible composite middle layer brazing alloy and the method aim at solving the problems that the conventional method is high in cost and the forming of brittle compound of a joint can not be restrained. The flexible composite middle layer brazing alloy is prepared from upper layer brazing alloy, a flexible middle layer and lower layer brazing alloy. The brazing method comprises the steps of: cleaning greasy dirt and impurity on a pre-welding surface; processing the upper-layer brazing alloy, the flexible middle layer and the lower-layer brazing alloy into small sheets; and ultrasonically cleaning and airing ceramic to be welded, metal to be welded, the upper layer brazing alloy, the flexible middle layer and the lower layer brazing alloy by acetone, assembling a workpiece to be welded, and putting the workpiece to be welded into a vacuum heating furnace to braze. According to the method disclosed by the invention, the operation is simple; the residual stress of the joint is released by adding the flexible middle layer; and the forming of the brittle compound of the joint is restrained, and the shearing strength of the joint is improved by 30-109%. The method disclosed by the invention is used for brazing the ceramic and the metal.

Diamond tools with multilayers of abrasive grain and method for manufacturing the same

The present invention relates to a diamond tool and a method of manufacturing the same, wherein multiple abrasive layers are formed through a brazing or electroplating method, thereby improving the performance and service life of the tool. According to the method of the present invention, a plurality of concave portions are formed in a surface of the shank. A bonding paste is coated into the concave portions and abrasives are dispersed in the bonding paste to thereby form a lower abrasive layer. Again, a bonding material is coated on the lower abrasive layer and abrasives are dispersed in the bonding material to thereby form an upper abrasive layer. Then, a heat treatment is executed to fusion-bond the bonding material and abrasives onto the surface of the shank. Therefore, the diamond tools manufactured through a multiple brazing or electroplating method according to the invention can significantly extend the service life thereof, which has been a detrimental weakness of the conventional diamond tools having a single abrasive layer, in spite of various advantages of the brazing and electroplating methods. Furthermore, multiple abrasive layers can be formed inside the concave portions having a desired spacing, width and depth, thereby significantly improving the service life and the cutting performance of diamond tools.

Step-by-step friction stir brazing method for thick aluminium plate and rigid dissimilar material

The invention discloses a step-by-step friction stir brazing method for a thick aluminium plate and a rigid dissimilar material. The method can be used for avoiding various problems such as needle abrasion (when a tool with a needle is used), insufficient interface heat, poor mechanical membrane rupture effect and the like existing in the direct friction stir brazing process of the thick aluminium plate and the rigid dissimilar material (such as stainless steel, copper, titanium and steel). The method comprises the following steps of: firstly brazing a thin aluminium plate on the to-be-brazed surface of a rigid dissimilar material through needle-free friction stir brazing, striping by virtue of a metallurgical factor and a mechanical factor, and extruding brazing filler metal, thus realizing a compact joint between the thin aluminium plate and the rigid dissimilar material; and welding the thin aluminium plate brazed on the rigid dissimilar material and a thick aluminium plate through friction stir brazing or friction stir welding, wherein when friction stir brazing is utilized to weld lap joint in the second step, the welding-on area can be obviously enlarged. The process can be used for completely preventing rigid parent metal from abrading a tool; and the interface welding-on of the thin aluminium plate and the dissimilar material is reliable. The method disclosed by the invention can be used for preparing aluminium/stainless steel contact rails and aluminium/copper transition joints.

Method for connecting Cf/SiC composite material and Ni-based high-temperature alloy

The invention relates to a method for connecting a Cf/SiC composite material and an Ni-based high-temperature alloy, belonging to the field of heterologous material connecting. The technical process comprises the following steps of: (1) carrying out reaction pretreatment on the welding surface of a composite material by utilizing alloying metal liquid; and (2) vacuum brazing connecting. The method is characterized in that the pre-reaction is carried out by applying the welding surface of the titanium-contained metal liquid and the composite material to form a welding surface with raised carbon fibers so as to improve the bonding strength of a subsequent brazing connected interface, and a stable reaction layer containing Ti is formed on the welding surface SiC of the composite material so as to prevent the graphitization reaction of SiC and Ni in the composite material in the subsequent brazing connecting process. A powder containing W and SiC is added to a brazing material, which can prevent the Ni element from diffusing to the composite material in the brazing connecting process, reduce the thermal stress of joints and strengthen the joints. The invention can be conveniently applied to practical work; and the joints have good high-temperature strength and gas tightness. The invention is also suitable for connecting carbon fiber reinforced SiC composite materials and other metals.
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