Having looked at some threads in this Forum, I can see that for brazing up a new frame, a proper bottle set-up is required to ensure enough heat to get the filler to flow from one side of a lug to the other.
However, what about smaller and simpler jobs?
If the job is just, for example, to braze on an additional bracket or stop (non-structural), or to mend a steel rod carrier rack, could a butane or butane/propane mix cannister torch be used with flux and nickel/silver solder rods?
If this is at all feasible, any tips or advice on the best way to proceed, the best choice of kit & materials or anything else I should be thinking of?
Thanks, would appreciate your expertise.