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|Type:||Sprintcar Titanium Parts||Material:||Titanium Alloy|
|Surface Treatment:||Plating, Polishing, Sandblasting, And Original||Process:||CNC Machining, Acid And Alkali Washing, Hot Forging, Wire - Cutting|
|Application:||Racing Field||Tolerance:||0.01 - 0.05mm|
|Size:||OEM Customized Design||Color:||Normal Silver Or Anodizing|
|Certification:||ISO9001:2008||Advantage:||Light Weight, High Strength, Anti - Corrosion|
precision cnc machining parts,
custom precision machining
High Strength Cnc Titanium Alloy Housing Axle Parts Titanium Auto Parts
Because the quality and accuracy of tooling is crucial for titanium work, MH maintains its own in-house tool facility. MAZAK technology is used to create quality tools that can cut titanium without degradation to the work piece or cutting tool.
The ultimate success secret to our titanium machined parts is the keen eye and experienced hand of our Engineer and RD department who oversee the titanium machining process. They put decades of experience into making sure cutting speeds, feed rates, cutting fluids and tool conditions are perfectly maintained for precise titanium CNC machining.
|Condition||Certification||Standard||Tolerance||Process||Micro Machining or Not||Standard or Non-Standard||Services||Specification|
|New||ISO2008:9001||DIN, ASTM, GB, JIS||0.01mm||Polishing Grinding Machine||Micro Machining||Non-Standard||OEM / ODM||custom|
Alloys and Grades of Titanium We Work With.
There are a vast variety of titanium grades and alloys. However, we have the capability to work with the following grades and alloys of titanium:
1. Titanium Grades 1-4
– Grades 1 to 4 of titanium are considered to be the purest. These grades are not alloyed and are in their original form. As the number of grade goes up, the yield strength and the tensile strength of the titanium increases. This means that the tensile and yield strength of grade 2 titanium is greater than that of grade 1, and so on. The strength-to-weight ratio of these grades is high. Moreover, they are lighter than steel.
2. Titanium Grade 5
– The grade 5 titanium alloy is also referred to as Ti 6-4, or Ti-6AL-4V, or Ti6Al4V, and is one of the most widely used alloys in various applications. The titanium grade 5 alloy is known for its high strength. It offers more resistance to high temperatures as compared to that offered by grade 2 titanium. This is the reason why this grade of the alloy is most commonly used in applications, such as chemical processing, medical, aerospace, marine, and so on.
3. Titanium Grade 9
– The titanium grade 9 alloy is known for its high strength. It has a tensile strength that is higher than that of a pure grade 2 titanium alloy. This better strength at room and elevated temperatures make this grade of the alloy more popular in a variety of applications. This alloy grade is also referred to as Ti-3AL-2.5V. The weldability of grade 9 titanium alloy is more as compared to that of grade 5 titanium alloy.
Machining titanium has several advantages over other materials.
Titanium machined parts are known for their high strength and weight; it is also ductile, corrosion resistant against salt and water, and has a high melting point, making it the perfect option for many industries and applications.
Titanium alloy offers more resistance to high temperatures as compared to that offered by grade 2 titanium.
This is the reason why this grade of the alloy is most commonly used in applications, such as chemical processing, medical, aerospace, marine, and so on.
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