Titanium CNC Machining in China
We are a leading China provider of titanium CNC machining services. We deliver high-quality results with unparalleled accuracy and efficiency. Our services are designed to cater to various industries, from aerospace to medical, automotive to defense, by providing customized solutions according to the specific requirements of our clients.
CNC machining capabilities for titanium parts
Titanium possesses exceptional properties that make it ideal for CNC machining. Its high strength, corrosion resistance, low weight, and temperature resistance make it an ideal metal for various applications.
We have extensive experience in machining titanium parts using CNC technology. We offer custom solutions for machining titanium parts to meet specific client requirements, including using CAD/CAM software to design and prototype parts before production.
Our CNC machining capabilities for titanium parts are comprehensive and of high quality, ensuring the production of high-quality parts with precision and accuracy.
CNC milling: We offer CNC milling for titanium parts, which allows for precise and accurate machining of complex shapes and features. Our milling machines can handle a range of titanium materials and thicknesses, and we can produce parts of varying sizes and quantities.
CNC turning: Our CNC turning services allow us to machine precision parts from titanium quickly and efficiently. We can produce parts of different diameters, lengths, and thicknesses, and we use superior cutting tools to ensure optimal accuracy and surface finish.
5-axis machining: Our 5-axis machining capabilities enable us to create complex and intricate titanium parts with high precision and efficiency. This technology allows us to mill and turn titanium parts on multiple axes, providing greater flexibility and accuracy in the machining process.
custom Titanium machined parts in China
Specifically, these parts can create functional and structural components such as:
- turbine blades, engine components, fasteners,
- medical implants,
- screws, nuts, bolts,
- valves, gears, shafts, and brackets.
The properties of titanium, such as its high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility, make it an ideal material choice for these applications.
Additionally, CNC machining offers precision and accuracy that helps to ensure that the machined parts meet the desired engineering requirements with reliable performance in their intended applications.
Common titanium alloy grades for CNC machining
Grade 1 Titanium, commonly called commercially pure titanium, is the softest and most ductile of all titanium alloys. It has excellent corrosion resistance and high tensile strength and is bio-compatible, making it ideal for medical implants, aerospace applications, and marine industries.
This commercially pure titanium offers excellent formability, good ductility, and high corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in various applications, such as medical implants, aerospace components, and marine equipment.
Also known as Ti6Al4V, this titanium alloy grade offers high strength, low weight, and excellent corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in aerospace, marine, and military applications and medical implants.
5052 is a popular choice for lower-cost equipment because it has good heat treatment characteristics (it can withstand higher temperatures), low density (less weight per unit volume), and weathering resistance.
Grade 12 is an alloy with high strength and good welding properties. It’s ideal for use in marine equipment and automotive and aerospace manufacturing.
Surface finishes for machined titanium parts
Polished: This finish gives a mirror-like shine to the surface of the titanium, providing a sleek and uniform appearance.
Anodized: Anodizing forms a protective oxide layer on the surface that is durable, corrosion-resistant, and can be colored for aesthetic purposes.
Textured: This finish alters the surface of the titanium to create a rough or patterned texture, providing an improved grip or a unique aesthetic appearance.
Plated: Plating adds a metal layer onto the titanium, protecting corrosion and improving aesthetics.
Sandblasted: Sandblasting roughens the surface of titanium using abrasive particles, giving it a matte, non-reflective texture that can hide surface imperfections.
Why choose our precision titanium CNC machining services in China?
Quality Control for Titanium machined parts
We use advanced inspection tools and equipment, such as CMM machines, to measure and verify each titanium part’s dimensional accuracy and surface finish.
Our quality inspectors perform various visual and functional tests to ensure that the machined parts perform as intended. These tests may include surface roughness and hardness testing, leak and pressure testing, and more.
Finally, we follow industry standards and international regulations for producing titanium parts, including ASTM and ASME standards, to ensure our products are safe, reliable, and high-quality.
We are committed to providing consistent quality and reliability to our clients, from the design phase to the final delivery of the part.
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Titanium CNC Machining FAQs
Titanium has some properties that make it harder to mill than steel. For instance, titanium is a harder metal than steel, with lower thermal conductivity.
As a result, it increased the cutting tool’s temperature much faster, leading to faster tool wear and reduced tool life.
Additionally, titanium has a lower modulus of elasticity, which causes it to deform more under load, making it harder to hold tight tolerances.
However, using specialized tooling, coolant systems, and machining strategies can minimize these challenges and allow for efficient titanium milling.
The grade of titanium best for machining depends on the application and the desired properties of the finished part.
However, titanium Grade 5 (Ti-6Al-4V) is the most commonly used titanium alloy for machining due to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility.
This titanium grade is also readily available and used in various industries, including aerospace, medical, and defense.
Other titanium alloys, such as Grade 2 (commercially pure titanium) and Grade 7 (Ti-0.2Pd), are also good options for machining due to their high ductility and excellent weldability.
Ultimately, the best grade of titanium for machining depends on the project’s specific requirements, including performance requirements, cost, and availability.
Looking for a manufacturer of Titanium CNC machined parts?
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