Brazing tungsten carbide is the process of joining tungsten carbide tip or the tungsten carbide shank to the steel body. It is a process that brings two separate metals with a metallic filler, which is called braze. However, the top and the body must fit together neatly for the brazing to work. The metallic material will flow into the joint and to create a strong board that can be relied on even in the most demanding conditions. One other thing that makes brazing tungsten carbide popular is that it makes a joint that is difficult to see.