Introduction to Titanium

Titanium material was discovered in 1790 and commercialized in 1948. it is excellent bio-friendliness, considered as the most noble metal and be excellent in aggressive environments where other metals may fail. 

Information of Titanium

CNC Machining MetalTitanium(1)Titanium (Grade 1)
Titanium (Grade 2)
Titanium (Grade 5)
High strength-to-weight ratio
Excellent corrosion resistance
Difficult to machine
min +/-0.02mmAerospace
Medical implants
High-performance automotive parts

Available Titanium Properties

Steel TypeYield Strength (MPa)Elongation at Break (%)Hardness (Brinell)Density (g/cm³)Maximum Temp (°C)
Titanium (Grade 1)240241204.5300
Titanium (Grade 2)345201304.5300
Titanium (Grade 5)450181604.5300

The values above are typical averages and could vary based on specific type.

Available surface finishing for Titanium part

ImageCapabilitiesDescriptionApplicable toTexturePrice
As-machinedAs machined means the parts without any surface treatment after they get off the machines.All materialsn/aNone
Sanding and PolishingPolishing is a surface finishing process to create a smooth surface. With mechanical, chemical or electrochemical methods, polishing will reduce the surface roughness of the parts to get a bright and reflective surface.All materialsSmooth, glossy finish$$$$
Powder CoatingPowder coating is a surface finishing process that adhere dry powder on the surface of a meatal part.All metal materialsGlossy or Sand$$$
MarkingMarking is available in differnt types and different methods.All materialsn/a$$

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