With this process, a specially designed gun is used, having a nozzle (similar to a welder’s heating torch) which burns Oxygen and Acetylene achieving temperatures up to 5500°F. A wire is fed through the center of the nozzle into the flame where it is melted. Compressed air is concentrated around the flame atomizing the molten material into fine spherical particles and propelling these particles at high velocity onto a specially prepared Substrate. By controlling the rate of feed of the wire through the flame, we can control the melt and atomization of metals with various melting points. With this gun, any wire may be sprayed which has a melting point below 5500°F.