In a message dated 3/12/03 2:06:17 PM, OROBOYZ@aol.com writes:
>Hmmm. I think the British were talking about filet brazing when saying
>"Bronze Welding" for instance as did the Taylor Bros. in their tandem
>making.. Ain't no melting of parent metal there.
>Maybe just a misapplication of the phrase?
>I hadn't ever heard of the term "Bronze Welding" being applied to oxy-acet.
Absolutly correct. When the english say bronze welding they mean brazing. this is the method all the great British racing cars used, as well. Phil Brown Still no cute name for San Rafael but give me time