CNC Machining in Aluminum
Titanium is a lightweight and strong metal with excellent corrosion resistance. It is often used in aerospace, military, and medical applications. Titanium alloys have high strength-to-weight ratio and biocompatibility, making them suitable for surgical implants. Titanium is also highly resistant to high temperatures and has excellent fatigue resistance.
CNC machining is a manufacturing method for producing parts with exceptional mechanical properties, as well as high precision and repeatability. This process can be applied to both metal and plastic materials. In addition, CNC milling can be performed using 3-axis or 5-axis machines, providing flexibility and versatility in the production of high quality parts.
CNC machining is widely used in the production of metal and plastic parts, offering superior mechanical properties, accuracy, and repeatability. It is capable of both 3-axis and 5-axis milling.
CNC machining stands out for its exceptional mechanical properties, delivering high strength and durability in the produced parts. Additionally, it offers a remarkable level of accuracy and repeatability, ensuring consistent and precise results.
However, compared to 3D printing, CNC machining does have certain limitations in terms of geometry restrictions. This means that there may be constraints on the complexity or intricacy of the shapes that can be achieved through CNC milling.
< 10 days
200 x 80 x 100 cm
The cost of CNC machining titanium depends on factors such as the complexity and size of the part, the type of titanium used, and the quantity of parts needed. These variables will influence the machine time required and the cost of raw materials. To obtain an accurate cost estimate, you can upload your CAD files to our platform and utilize the quote builder for a customized quote. This quote will consider the specific details of your project and provide an estimated cost for CNC machining your titanium parts.
CNC-milled titanium is known for its exceptional strength. Titanium has a high strength-to-weight ratio, making it stronger than many other materials while still being lightweight. In fact, titanium is approximately 40% lighter than steel but only 5% less strong. This makes titanium a popular choice in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and energy, where strength and weight are critical factors.
To CNC machine titanium, you can follow these steps:
Design your part using CAD software and save it in a compatible file format, such as.STL.
Upload your CAD file to our platform and use the quote builder to receive a customized quote for CNC machining your titanium parts.
Once you have received the quote and are ready to proceed, submit your parts for production.
Our team will then CNC machine your titanium parts using high-precision equipment and techniques.
Your finished parts will be delivered to you within the quoted lead time, and ready for use in your project.