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Properties of Titanium
- Exceptionally high strength-to-weight ratio
- Corrosion resistant
- High melting point
- Low thermal conductivity
- Low electrical conductivity
- Aircraft/spacecraft frames and engines
- Missiles and other weaponry
- Hydraulic systems
- Ocean-deployed surveillance devices and submarines
- Compressor blades
- Various sporting and hiking equipment
- Medical prostheses and orthopedic implants
Titanium Grades 1-4
These grades are unalloyed and considered commercially pure. The tensile and yield strength goes up with grade number for these “pure” grades. These grades are used for corrosion resistance and where cost and ease of fabrication and welding are important.
These grades are approximately 40% lighter than steel with a high strength-to-weight ratio.
Titanium Grade 5
Grade 5 is the most commonly titanium alloy. It is also designated as Ti6Al4V, Ti-6AL-4V or simply Ti 6-4. Grade 5 is often used in aerospace, medical, marine and chemical processing applications.
This grade is relatively strong and has better resistance to high temperatures compared to Grade 2.
Titanium Grade 9
Also known as Ti-3AL-2.5V, this alloy has higher tensile strength than commercially pure Grade 2 titanium at both room and elevated temperatures. It is also more weldable than Grade 5 titanium.
Mills use rotating tools to cut material into almost any 3D shape. CNC Mills can work with tight tolerances.
Waterjets mainly cut sheet material into 2D parts using a high-pressure stream of water and abrasive. Waterjet cutting is suitable for most materials and yields clean edges.
CNC Lathes feed cutting tools into rotating material. Turning is mainly used to produce precise, cylindrical parts.
Die-Sink and Wire EDM machines create parts by using recurring sparks to remove material. Recommended for intricate designs requiring sharp inside corners and high dimensional accuracy.
Laser cutting is often used to produce 2D parts from sheet metal. A laser beam vaporizes a cut path to achieve the desired shape. Great for prototypes and short runs.
CNC Turret Presses create 2D parts by rapidly punching predetermined shapes into sheet material. Cost-effective for production runs of simple metal parts.
CNC Plasma Cutters use a high-velocity stream of ionized gas to cut parts out of sheet metal. Excellent for producing 2D parts when working with thick metal sheets.
After manufacturing, parts may require additional processing. Secondary services include CNC bending, grinding, tapping, knurling and more.
Finishing processes are used to enhance appearance, surface durability, and corrosion resistance. Options include powder coating, anodizing, plating, polishing and more.