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3D Printing with Titanium definition

Posted on Apr 03, 2020 by Cullen Hikene

Titanium (TiAl6V4) is a very strong, lightweight, corrosion-resistant material. It’s printed by sintering titanium powder together with a laser to produce metal parts that are equally as good as machined models. 3D-printed titanium (unpolished) doesn’t look like traditional shiny milled titanium.

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