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Titanium alloy is a material with high strength, low density, high temperature resistance and good corrosion resistance. It is widely used in aerospace, medical, automotive and other industries. There are many ways to process titanium alloys. The following are the processing technologies we apply for titanium alloy products.

Titanium Metal Injection Molding

Metal injection molding is an advanced powder metallurgy technology that mixes metal powder and binder and then sinters it at high temperature. This method is suitable for the manufacture of small precision parts with complex shapes, such as:

watch accessories
medical gadgets
Electronic product parts

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Selective Laser Melting, SLM

Selective laser melting is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser beam to melt metal powder layer by layer to build parts. SLM can produce almost completely dense structures and is suitable for the production of complex, high-performance titanium alloy parts, such as:

Aerospace structural parts
precision tools
High performance industrial components


CNC(Computer Numerical Control)

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining is a precision machining technology that controls tool paths through preset programs and is used to process various materials, including titanium alloys. CNC machining of titanium alloys is often used to produce:

Aero engine parts
High-precision automotive parts
Custom medical implants


Surface Finishing

Titanium alloy surface treatment technology can improve the corrosion resistance, wear resistance and appearance of the material. Common methods include:

Plating (such as nickel, chromium or silver)
Heat treatment and carburizing

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Frequently Asked Question

MIM technology can produce small precision parts with complex shapes, high precision and relatively low cost. It combines the high efficiency of plastic injection molding with the material versatility of traditional powder metallurgy.