Titanium Alloys

Titanium Alloys Material

Titanium alloys are lightweight, high-strength, and corrosion-resistant materials. Ti-6Al-4V is the most commonly used in MIM (Metal Injection Molding) processes. MIM is advantageous for producing complex-shaped titanium alloy products due to its minimal waste, lack of need for post-processing, and exceptionally high material utilization rate, which is particularly valuable for expensive metals like titanium. This is a benefit not typically offered by other processes. Additionally, parts sintered using this method exhibit superior mechanical properties

Ti-6Al-4V Main Parameter

P.N.Ti-6Al-4V
Density4.5g/cm³
Yield Strength>920Mpa
Tensile Strength>950Mpa
Elongation>3%
Hardness36 HRC
Elongation (% in 25.4mm)18%

Titanium Alloys Medical Application

 Medical grade titaniumTitanium in the body side
TA1,TA2Ti– Artificial Bone Joints
– Knee
– Elbow Joints
– Other Implants
– Bone Support Columns
– Human Body Clamps
– Lock Rings
– Other Suture Equipment
ZTC4Ti-6A1-4V– Artificial Bone Joint
– Artificial Knee Joint
– Holistic Femur and Tibia Combination
– Artificial Hemipelvis
TC15Ti-5A1-2,5Fe-Tibial prosthesis
TC20Ti-6A1-7Nb– Various Human Surgical Implants
– Various Artificial Joints
– Bone Correction
– Fasteners

Chemical

 Titanium Alloys
Ratio(%)Ti-6Al-4V
TitaniumBal.
Aluminum5.5-6.75
Vanadium3.50-4.50
Iron0.3
Carbon0.08
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