Brazing technology and brazing alloys are widely used in the goldsmith industry, such as in jewelry creation. Traditional processes often involve the use of microflames. In these cases, a liquid flux with a low concentration, such as DL80N or DL80/15, can be utilized. A higher concentration can be employed when using the appropriate equipment.

For more industrial production, such as creating gold or silver chains, brazing pastes can be employed, with or without a deoxidant. However, this process requires high productivity and may not be suitable for low-volume or artisanal operations due to the equipment costs involved.