Titanium CNC Machining

Titanium CNC Machining

Offering top-of-the-line Titanium CNC machining services with fast turnaround times.

Whether you need quick-turn prototypes or high-volume production parts, we've got you covered. ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485, and AS9100D certified.

Titanium CNC Machining

Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol "Ti" and the atomic number 22. It is a metallic element that is known for its remarkable combination of properties, including its low density, high strength, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. This unique range of properties makes it a popular choice in various industries, including aerospace, medical, automotive, and more.

CNC machining can create various titanium parts, such as brackets, connectors, fasteners, and structural components for aerospace and automotive applications. Professional CNC machining service manufacturers like Dadesin specializing in titanium have the expertise and equipment necessary to work with this challenging material, ensuring that the resulting components meet stringent industry standards and specifications.

Why Choose Dadesin for Titanium CNC Machining Services

Strict Quality Management

Our inspection instruments include German Zeiss CMM, Wanhao image measuring instrument, Hitachi handheld spectrometer, Mitutoyo roughness measuring instrument, etc.

Our Certification

Dadesin was full certificated by ISO9001:2015, IATF16949:2016.

fast Delivery

Dadesin has 200+ sets of high precision CNC machining and CNC milling centers and we can take your project from engineering design to delivery faster than our competitors.

Quality Assurance

Full inspection service for all projects.

Titanium Materials Properties

Titanium is a remarkable material known for its exceptional properties. Its unique combination of strength, low density, and corrosion resistance makes it a preferred choice for many engineering challenges.

Titanium (Grade 2)
Titanium (Grade 5)

Titanium (Grade 2) Properties

Grade 2 Titanium is nearly 100% pure titanium, with trace amounts of other elements like iron and oxygen. It still offers good strength, especially in comparison to materials like stainless steel. It is a popular choice in various engineering and industrial applications.

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa) Fatigue Strength (MPa) Elongation at Break (%) Hardness (Brinell) Density (g/cm^3)
275-410 300 20 149 4.51

Titanium (Grade 5) Properties

Titanium Grade 5, often referred to as Ti-6Al-4V, is an alloy composed of 6% aluminum (Al), 4% vanadium (V), and the remainder being pure titanium (Ti). This alloy is significantly stronger than Grade 2 and retains its corrosion-resistant properties at a wide temperature range, making it suitable for applications requiring both strength and lightness.

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa) Fatigue Strength (MPa) Elongation at Break (%) Hardness (Brinell) Density (g/cm^3)
880 240 14 334 4.43

Titanium At a Glance

Application CNC machining produces parts with excellent mechanical properties, accuracy and repeatability from metal and plastic. 3-axis & 5-axis CNC milling available.
Advantages High Strength, Temperature Resistance, corrosion-resistant
Weaknesses Relatively expensive to produce and machine compared to common metals like steel and aluminum.
Lead Time Minimum 3 days; longer for complex or internationally manufactured parts
Price $$$
Tolerances Machining tolerances depend on the Titanium used. However, a tolerance of 0.005” (0.13mm) is generally achievable.
Wall Thickness Minimum 0.80 mm (~0.03”); may vary depending on the ratio of wall thickness to planar dimension.
Max part size 200 x 80 x 100 cm

Custom Titanium Parts

Communication equipment housing

Communication equipment housing

Aluminum housing

Aluminum housing

CNC aluminum housing

CNC aluminum housing

Vehicle part

Vehicle part

Aluminum alloy motor housing cover

Aluminum alloy motor housing cover


Finishes and Post-Processing Options

The choice of finish or post-processing method depends on the specific requirements of the application.

Anodizing: Anodizing is a popular surface treatment for titanium that involves creating an oxide layer on the metal's surface. It enhances corrosion resistance, improves wear resistance, and provides color options. Anodized titanium can have a matte or glossy finish, and it is often used in jewelry, aerospace components, and sporting goods.

Polishing: Titanium can be polished to achieve a smooth, reflective surface finish. Polishing enhances its aesthetic appeal and can be used for jewelry, watch cases, and architectural applications.

Blasting: Abrasive blasting, such as sandblasting or bead blasting, can be employed to create a textured or matte finish on titanium surfaces. This process is often used for industrial and aerospace components.

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Our in-house equipment includes 5-axis mills with edge finding equipment, ZEISS CMMs, Olympus XRF analyzers, and a range of cutting tools for efficient chip removal. We can guarantee the aluminum alloy will be the exact material that you need for your project and can ensure the right tolerances according to your needs. Take our services out for a test drive: send us your CAD files to see our fair pricing rate and fast speeds for yourself. Download Aluminum SGS pdf here.

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Titanium CNC Machining FAQs

  • What are the Advantages of Titanium CNC Machining?

    Using titanium in CNC machining processes offers numerous benefits, including its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. Its lightweight yet robust nature makes it invaluable in aerospace and defense industries, while its resistance to heat and chemicals finds application in various sectors, from medical implants to chemical processing equipment.

  • Are There Different Grades of Titanium Used in CNC Machining?

    The choice of titanium grade depends on the specific requirements of the machining application. Grade 1 and Grade 2 are suitable for applications where corrosion resistance and formability are essential, while Grade 5 and Grade 23 are preferred for applications requiring high strength and biocompatibility.

  • Is Titanium CNC Machining Suitable for Prototyping?

    Titanium CNC machining can be suitable for prototyping in certain situations, especially when the prototype's properties need to closely match those of the final product.

  • What Are the Cost Considerations for Titanium CNC Machining?

    The cost of CNC machining titanium depends on the complexity and size of the part and the type of titanium that is used. These variables will affect the type of machine that is required, the time it takes to produce the part, and the cost of the raw material.


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