3D Printing Titanium.
3D Printing in Titanium. Strong & Durable Service.
3D print your designs in Titanium using our DMLS \ SLM additiive manufacturing service.
Titanium is 3D printed using the DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) or SLM process. A very fine metal powder is melted with a laser to produce your design layer by layer. Once your design is complete any support structures are removed and any finishing completed. Unused powder is recycled for use on the next model.
3D Printing in Titanium Ti64 \ TiAl6V4 can work out more cost effective than traditional 'subtractive' processes, especially where you have complex or intricate designs. Extra complexity does not add to the price of manufacture as it might with traditional manufacture.
Titanium offers you excellent strength and mechanical properties with low weight, good corrosion resistance and is Biocompatible. Additional Heat treatments are available to maximise the mechanical properties of your components.
Titanium is ideally suited to Motorsport, Aviation and Medical applications and we also produce jewellery designs in Titanium.
Supporting information. 3D printing in Iconel.
Our metal 3d printing service gives you a build envelope for Titanium of:
- 250 x 250 x 300mm.
- 250 x 250 x 240mm.
For important technical and ordering information on our 3d printing in metals, please see our general 'Metals' page.
3D Printed Materials
OUR CLIENTS SAY
"The service was second to none. Fast response with a quote. Follow up emails keeping me informed of order progress and delivered exactly on time. Great quality of parts created from my cad drawings.....A great company to deal with. Quick and efficient service with great communication at each stage of the process. I highly recommend them and I would definitely use them again. It's the way all companies should operate."
Just wanted to inform that we received our order a couple of days ago and all seems to be in order. Part and detail quality is good and we couldn't find any defects.
We were particularly impressed with your Polypropylene -like material, Endur. It's much friendlier for simulation of plastic parts and snaps than other materials we worked with before.