As Phil Frost mentioned, you can try the MAPP gas and silver brazing rods. There is a good article which has some suggestions on doing all this, including how to get the materials on a budget (scrap copper roof flashing, for example, instead of expensive strapping). Lowes has a MAPP gas cylinder and torch for about $55.
See this article for details. It describes how ham radio operators can use inexpensive materials to create a lightning protection system for their stations that is similar to what a commercial transmtter site would use: how to place ground rods and copper strapping, a description of the (very expensive) Cadweld process and the MAPP gas and silver brazing rod alternative, and building a single point ground along with antenna discharge units, etc. so as to have a station that will survive a lightning hit (something many Amateurs think is impossible but that commercial operators have happen all the time). If you read it, along with Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to the NEC for Radio and TV Equipment, it gives an excellent description of how to do what you're trying to do.