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Discover HDC's Titanium Materials

Explore HDC's range of high-quality titanium materials, engineered for demanding industrial applications. Discover our technological edge in titanium processing, various grades offered, and the unique benefits of titanium alloys. Browse our products and find out how HDC supports your customization needs with precision. Check our FAQs for insights into common queries about custom titanium parts. Choose HDC for reliability and excellence in every component.

Carbon Steel for Superior Performance

Explore Titanium: Key Properties, Common Alloys, and Versatile Applications

Titanium is celebrated for its superior strength-to-weight ratio, exceptional corrosion resistance, and high biocompatibility, making it vital in aerospace for airframes and engine components, in medical fields for implants and surgical tools, and in marine applications for submersibles and ship parts. Its primary alloy, Ti-6Al-4V, is favored for its enhanced strength and heat resistance.

The range of titanium alloys includes Ti-6Al-4V, with 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium for improved durability, Ti-5Al-2.5Sn for high temperature stability and creep resistance, and Ti-3Al-2.5V, commonly used in piping and pressure vessels due to its excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. This diversity underscores titanium’s role in driving technological and engineering innovations across multiple high-stakes industries.

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The HDC Advantage: Precision Titanium Processing

At HDC, we excel in titanium processing with a diverse range of titanium alloys tailored for specific applications. Our selection, from aerospace-grade Ti-6Al-4V to specialized alloys for medical implants, ensures that clients receive materials optimized for their specific needs.

Our state-of-the-art CNC machining centers and inspection technologies enable precise manufacturing and rigorous quality control. We employ advanced metrology tools like CMMs and 3D scanners to ensure every component meets exacting standards, confirming dimensions and tolerances with high accuracy.

HDC’s strength lies in our experienced team of engineers and machinists, who possess a deep understanding of titanium’s properties. Their expertise not only drives our manufacturing excellence but also aids in enhancing product performance and efficiency, making HDC a leader in titanium processing and a trusted industry partner.

The Advantages of Titanium and Its Alloys

Titanium and its alloys stand out in demanding sectors for their unique properties, offering high strength with minimal weight and exceptional durability.

  • Exceptional Strength-to-Weight Ratio

    Titanium provides the strength of some steels while being about 45% lighter, making it ideal for applications where weight is a critical factor.

  • Outstanding Corrosion Resistance

    Resistant to corrosion by sea water, chlorine, and certain acids, titanium is a preferred material for marine and chemical processing environments.

  • High Biocompatibility

    Titanium is non-toxic and not rejected by the body, making it an excellent choice for medical implants and prosthetics.

  • High Temperature Resilience

    Titanium alloys can withstand high temperatures, maintaining their strength and resisting deformation under stress at temperatures where other materials would fail.

  • Low Thermal Expansion

    Its low thermal expansion rate makes titanium ideal for applications where dimensional stability is crucial across varying temperatures.

  • Non-magnetic Properties

    Titanium is non-magnetic, which makes it useful in applications where magnetic interference must be avoided, such as in electronic casings and medical instruments.

Explore the Range of Carbon Steel Grades We Provide

From low-carbon mild steels to high-carbon tool steels, our portfolio ensures the right fit for every application, combining durability with performance to deliver top-quality results.

Grade 1 titanium is the softest and most ductile of all the grades. It contains 99.5% titanium, offering excellent corrosion resistance, high impact toughness, and superior formability. It is often used in chemical processing, desalination, and marine applications due to its outstanding resistance to corrosion in various environments.

Chemical Element

% Content

Titanium, Ti99.1-100
Iron, Fe0- 0.20
Oxygen, O0-0.18
Carbon, C0-0.01
Nitrogen, N0-0.03
Hydrogen, H0- 0.015

Grade 2 titanium, with 99% titanium, strikes a balance between strength and ductility. It is stronger than Grade 1 while still maintaining excellent corrosion resistance and formability. This grade is widely used in industrial applications such as oil and gas pipelines, chemical processing equipment, and heat exchangers.

Chemical ElementContent (%)
Titanium, Ti≥ 98.9
Iron, Fe0- 0.30
Oxygen, O0-0.25
Carbon, C0-0.08
Nitrogen, N0-0.03
Hydrogen, H0- 0.015
Ti-6Al-4V, also known as Grade 5, is the most commonly used titanium alloy. It contains 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium, which enhances its strength, heat resistance, and corrosion resistance. This alloy is ideal for aerospace applications, medical implants, and high-performance engineering components due to its excellent balance of strength, weight, and durability.
Element Content (%)
Titanium, Ti 87.6 – 91
Aluminum, Al 5.5 – 6.75
Vanadium, V 3.5 – 4.5
Iron, Fe 0- 0.40
Oxygen, O 0-0.20
Carbon, C 0-0.08
Nitrogen, N 0-0.05
Hydrogen, H 0- 0.015

Grade 6 titanium alloy, with 5% aluminum and 2.5% tin, provides excellent stability and creep resistance at high temperatures. It is commonly used in jet engines and high-temperature aerospace components. The addition of tin enhances the alloy’s resistance to creep and oxidation, making it suitable for prolonged exposure to high temperatures.

ElementContent (%)
Titanium, Ti89.85 - 94
Aluminum, Al4-6
Tin, Sn2-3
Iron, Fe≤ 0.50
Oxygen, O≤ 0.20
Carbon, C≤ 0.10
Nitrogen, N≤ 0.030
Hydrogen, H≤ 0.015
Other, each≤ 0.050
Other, total≤ 0.30

Advanced Titanium Machining at HDC

HDC offers advanced machining methods, including 5-axis CNC machining, CNC milling, and CNC turning, to custom-manufacture complex titanium parts with tight tolerances.

HDC’s 5-axis CNC machining capabilities offer unparalleled flexibility and precision, allowing us to create complex shapes and geometries with tight tolerances. This method is ideal for producing aerospace components, medical implants, and intricate parts where precision and reliability are critical.

5-axis CNC machining Titanium

Our CNC milling services excel at producing detailed and accurate parts. This method is perfect for manufacturing flat surfaces, slots, holes, and complex 3D shapes. It is particularly suited for creating detailed industrial components and custom-engineered parts that require high accuracy and consistency.

CNC Milling Titanium

HDC’s CNC turning capabilities are best for producing cylindrical parts with precision and smooth finishes. This technique is essential for manufacturing items such as shafts, rings, and flanges. CNC turning is ideal for components that need exact diameters and high surface quality.

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FAQ about Custom Titanium Service

Discover key facts and common questions about carbon steel in our concise FAQ section.

To provide an accurate quote, we need detailed design drawings or sketches, material specifications, quantity, and any specific requirements or tolerances.

The minimum order quantity varies depending on the part, ranging from several hundred to several thousand. Please contact us for specific details related to your project.

Lead times depend on the complexity and quantity of the parts. Typically, it ranges from a few weeks to a few months. We will provide a detailed timeline upon reviewing your project requirements.

Yes, our advanced 5-axis CNC machining, CNC milling, and CNC turning capabilities allow us to produce parts with intricate shapes and precise tolerances, ensuring high-quality results.

HDC offers a wide range of titanium alloys, including Grade 1, Grade 2, Ti-6Al-4V (Grade 5), and Ti-5Al-2.5Sn (Grade 6). Each alloy is suited for specific applications based on its properties.

Yes, our experienced engineers can provide valuable insights and support during the design phase to optimize your parts for performance and cost-efficiency. However, we require initial sketches or design drawings to begin the process.

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