The informal talk lasts approx 100 minutes and covers the basic principles of brazing to achieve strong, leak free joints. The talk also includes a brief history of the process, alloy development and selection, heating techniques and a few tips to make life easier for the model engineer.
All that is required for the presentation is a projector, screenl and a glass of water.
Travelling expenses only. We would normally bring along alloys and fluxes for members to buy at exhibition prices.
Club officials can contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (01909 547248).
Slightly unrelated, as i'm not anywhere near Scotland. But I would definitely count the advice given by CuP to have been a vital part of my education in brazing.
I can braze virtually anything with a certainty of knowing that it will work. Even with 60/40 silver solder! It's all in the preparation. (Specifically, I didn't know that I was using the wrong type of flux until I read CuP's advice page).