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Titanium CNC Machining Service
Equally as strong as steel but 45 percent lighter, titanium is one of the most durable metals. This silvery-colored material gives a competitive edge to various processes, from welded pipes and valves to heat exchanges, airplanes, ocean-going vessels, and spacecraft.
Improve your application with titanium parts or assemblies from Bosetitanium. We are an ISO 9001:2015-certified CNC machine shop specializing in manufacturing precision components and constructing multifaceted upper-level products for challenging projects. The combination of advanced equipment, experienced personnel, and a quality-first mindset enables us to deliver a wide range of custom services that optimize client supply chains.
Advantages of Machining Titanium Parts
Titanium is an advanced material with excellent corrosion resistance, biocompatibility, and strength-to-weight characteristics. This unique range of properties makes it an ideal choice for many of the engineering challenges faced by the medical, energy, chemical processing, and aerospace industries.
Grades of Titanium
The Most Popular Materials
Titanium Gr5 Ti-6Al-4V TC4
Titanium Grade 5 or Ti 6Al-4V is the most popular alloy of titanium. Its primary alloying elements are aluminum and vanadium. It also contains a small amount of nickel, palladium, and ruthenium that improve its corrosion resistance far above standard titanium. This alloy is significantly stronger than Grade 2 and retains its corrosion-resistant properties at a wide temperature range. Grade 5 is a common choice for engine components and aircraft airframes.
Titanium Grade 2
Stronger than Grade 1, This grade is essentially a pure (99%) form of unalloyed titanium. It has excellent corrosion resistance characteristics and is easier to machine than other titanium alloys. Grade 2 is typically the best option when aqueous corrosion resistance is desired. Desalination components and medical implants are some of their applications.
Titanium Grade 1
Pure Titanium Grade 1 is the softest titanium and has the highest flexibility. It has an excellent cold forming characteristic and provides superior corrosion resistance. It also has excellent welding properties and high-impact toughness.
Finishes and Post-Processing Options
- Case hardening: Titanium surfaces tend to gall when they come into sliding contact. This problem can be eliminated using case hardening techniques.
- Anodizing: Titanium is anodized to either improve its wear resistance (type 2 anodizing) or color the material (type 3 anodizing). Parts made for the medical industry sometimes use type 3 for color-coding purposes.
- As machined: If left in its as-machined state, titanium forms a protective oxide layer when exposed to air. This layer significantly improves its corrosion resistance. The oxide layer will naturally reform if scratched, creating a self-healing effect.