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CNC Machined Titanium

Lead Time
5 - 22 Days


± 0.005 in


Machined titanium is a versatile metal widely used in various industries worldwide for its strength, lightness, and exceptional resistance to corrosion. It is commonly used in demanding applications in aerospace, medical, and automotive industries and engineering, construction, marine, and sporting goods. Its unique properties make it a valuable asset in medical implants, jet engine components, and other industrial applications, and it remains a focus of research and development for its potential use in new technologies. Titanium is an indispensable material in current technological advancements and innovations.

Machined Titanium Key Characteristics

Characteristics may vary depending on the grade/alloy.

  • Biocompatible
  • Corrosion Resistant 
  • High Strength-to-Weight Ratio
  • Low Density
  • Non Toxic
  • Temperature Resistant

Machined Titanium Applications

  • Aircraft Engine Components
  • Aircraft Frames
  • Automotive Suspension Components
  • Bike Frames
  • Dental Implants
  • Golf Clubs
  • High-Pressure Valves
  • Joint Replacements
  • Landing Gear
  • Spinal Fusion Devices
  • Tennis Rackets

Industries Utilizing Machined Titanium

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Automotive
  • Consumer Products
  • Industrial
  • Medical, Dental, & Sciences
Why should you choose machined titanium for your project?

Titanium is an excellent material for engineering projects due to its many advantages. Its superior strength-to-weight ratio makes it more robust and lighter than most other metals. In addition, titanium is highly resistant to corrosion, even in harsh environments, making it useful for marine and offshore applications. Its biocompatibility and non-toxicity make it a popular medical implant and equipment choice. Finally, titanium can be precision machined easily, allowing for complex designs and tight tolerances.

Finishes for machined titanium

Depending on the desired appearance, durability, and functionality, several finishes can be applied to machined titanium. One standard finish is a satin finish, which can be achieved by sandblasting to create a uniform, matte surface. For a more decorative look, titanium can be anodized in various colors using an electrolytic process that thickens the natural oxide layer on the surface of the metal. Alternatively, polishing can create a reflective, mirror-like finish that enhances the appearance of intricate designs or features. Finally, a bead-blasted finish can provide a textured, non-slip surface ideal for specific applications such as medical or aerospace equipment. Ultimately, the choice of finish will depend on the intended use and aesthetic preferences for the titanium component.

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Titanium 6AL-4V

Heat Treatable: Yes

Tensile Strength (Ultimate, PSI): 131000

Fatigue Strength (PSI): 74000

Hardness (Brinell): 334

Milled Parts Machinability (AISI Rating): 22%

Titanium 6AL-4V ELI

Heat Treatable: Yes

Tensile Strength (Ultimate, PSI): 125000

Fatigue Strength (PSI): 20300

Hardness (Brinell): 326

Milled Parts Machinability (AISI Rating): 22%

Titanium 6AI 2.5

Heat Treatable: No

Tensile Strength (Ultimate, PSI): 89900

Fatigue Strength (PSI): 24700

Hardness (Brinell): 256

Milled Parts Machinability (AISI Rating): N/A