Why is brazing used with Tungsten Carbide?

Brazing has a similar outcome to soldering in that it helps to create a strong joint between two different base metals without having to melt or break down the individual components. The process of brazing is the process of bringing together two separate metals with a metallic filler, which is referred to as the braze, which will flow over the joints and then create a bond that can be relied upon. This method is a great way of creating a bond that can be very difficult to see, it can be utilised at a great range of heats and temperatures and it is also possible to twist, jolt and shake the bond without compromising the quality of the join.