Brazing II

Always wanted to be able to braze materials together for that quick repair or fabrication task but got stuck with all the theory, equipment details, or consumable choices? During class we will be brazing the notoriously difficult Aluminum and several other dissimilar metal joints including Stainless, Copper, and Brass. This class will demystify brazing and allow you to start utilizing it as part of your fabrication process.

Brazing is a simple and easy way to attach dissimilar metals, connect thin or complex structures where welding would lead to warping or other issues. Brazing can also be done in many cases with extremely cheap and available equipment unlike specialized welding machines. Students will leave with the hands on know how to make sure they can use brazing in their next project or repair job!

This class is project based, so come and make something different and interesting every time to practice your new skills!

* Fee Notes: All Materials Provided

Requirements: Closed toed leather work boots, long sleeve shirt, long pants (natural fibers).

Prerequisites: Brazing I

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