Back in the 70s and 80s racing bike manufacturers began using the welding method known as “Fillet Brazing”. The main feature of Fillet Brazing is that it allows racing frames to be built without the need for any joints.
The joints are in fact replaced with the welding filler itself. A special brass and silver based alloy allows brazing at a significantly lower temperature. The low temperature means that the cross-section of the tube is not distorted in the welding area, ensuring increased durability and performance over time.
Aesthetics are improved as the sections of tubes at the joining points can be coupled evenly and seamlessly. In 2016, we want to take up this technique again to complete our range of steel frames.
Age embodies knowledge and the skill of welding frames as in days gone by, together with modern geometries for the needs of an evolving market.
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