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CNC Machining Titanium

Titanium CNC Machining – CNC Machining Titanium Services and Parts Supplier

CNCJY’s titanium CNC machining service is top-of-the-line, so you can count on high-quality results in a timely manner. Because we have more than 1,600 milling and turning machines at our disposal, capacity is virtually always available and prices are always competitive. As a result, we are able to fulfill orders with a low volume of CNC titanium parts, as well as more complex titanium machining, thanks to our network of manufacturers. Become a part of our CNC titanium machining network by working with us today.

About Titanium CNC Machining

Titanium is a lightweight, strong, and durable metal used in a wide range of industries, including transportation, aerospace, marine engineering, and defense. It is one of the most sought-after metals in the world because of its unmatched strength and hardness. High-stress applications benefit from the metal’s excellent wear resistance and low coefficient of friction. It’s difficult to machine this metal due to its unusual properties, such as its high hardness and low thermal conductivity. This is where CNC machining comes in, which is a precise process that allows titanium to be cut into complex shapes and sizes with a given tolerance. It’s an incredibly precise process that needs to be handled with extreme caution in order to achieve maximum accuracy. Regardless of how difficult your needs may be, CNCJY’s titanium CNC machining specialists are here to help. Titanium machined parts of various types are routinely produced by us in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Common Alloys and Specifications of CNC Machining Titanium

We are committed to providing high-quality titanium machined parts at a low cost in various Titanium grades. We take special care to ensure that our machining meets your specifications and expectations.

Titanium (Grade 1)

When compared to other grades of titanium, titanium grade 1 is a purer form of titanium with increased corrosion resistance, high tensile strength, and better hardness. Titanium grade 1 is a material with a hardness rating of 5 on the Mohs scale (1-10). It is a strong, light metal that is used in a variety of critical medical and aerospace applications.

Titanium (Grade 2)

A 99 percent pure form of titanium is what you’ll find in this grade. In contrast to other titanium alloys, it has excellent corrosion resistance and is easier to machine than titanium. The best choice for aqueous corrosion resistance is typically Grade 2. Some of its applications include desalination components and medical implants.

Titanium (Grade 2) Properties:

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa) Fatigue Strength (MPa) Elongation at Break (%) Hardness (Brinell) Density (g/cm^3)
275-410 300 20 149 4.51

Titanium (Grade 5)

Grade 5 titanium (Ti 6Al-4V) is by far the most widely used titanium alloy. Aluminum and vanadium are the two main alloying elements in this material.. The addition of nickel, palladium, and ruthenium, in addition to the titanium, boosts the material’s corrosion resistance by orders of magnitude. At temperatures ranging from -40°C to +200°C, this alloy is more corrosion-resistant and stronger than Grade 2. Engine parts and aircraft airframes are frequently made of grade 5.

Titanium (Grade 5) Properties:

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa) Fatigue Strength (MPa) Elongation at Break (%) Hardness (Brinell) Density (g/cm^3)
880 240 14 334 4.43

Surface Finishing for Titanium Machining Parts

Bead blasting
PVD coating
Powder coating

Why CNC Titanium Machining Services are Popular?

Titanium aerospace parts include aircraft engine and airframe components, as well as rotors and compressor blades. In fact, aerospace drives titanium production: two-thirds of all titanium produced globally is used in aircraft engines and airframes. Titanium parts in medicine include surgical implants (such as long-term hip replacements) and instruments. Wheelchairs and crutches are also made of the metal.

High strength and weight


Has a high melting point

Good strength-to-weight ratio


Good machinability

Surface treatment options

Corrosion resistant against salt and water

Why Should I Choose CNCJY for Titanium CNC Machining Services and Parts

Delivering a titanium project on time, on budget, and on spec is one of the most difficult challenges in the machining industry. CNCJY’s experts have learned the productivity secrets required to instill complete trust in users of high-quality titanium CNC machining through decades of experience. CNCJY can design and manufacture any titanium precision screw machine parts to meet your specifications.

-CNCJY maintains its own in-house tool facility because the quality and accuracy of tooling is critical for titanium work. EDM technology is used to create high-quality tools capable of cutting titanium without causing damage to the workpiece or cutting tool.

-The keen eye and experienced hand of the CNCJY craftsmen who oversee the titanium machining process is the ultimate success secret of our titanium machined parts. They use decades of experience to ensure that cutting speeds, feed rates, cutting fluids, and tool conditions are perfect for titanium CNC machining.

Things to Consider When Machining Titanium

Titanium is an excellent material for a variety of purposes but its unique characteristics must be taken into consideration during the CNC machining process.. Machining titanium requires consideration of the following:
Heat buildup

Titanium alloys can be more difficult to machine than aluminum alloys, which are more commonly used. As a result, tool wear and heat buildup at the point of contact can both be increased. Reduce the CNC machine RPM while increasing the chip load for these harder titanium alloys. You can also reduce the stress on your cutting tools by using a high-pressure coolant. While Grades 1–2 of titanium are less likely to overheat, caution should still be taken when working with this material.


Commercially pure titanium has a more prominent problem with a grating and built-up edge than titanium alloys. During the machining process, titanium grades 1–2 can become gummy and stick to the cutting tool. High-pressure coolant and rapid chip removal can help to mitigate this. If this issue is not addressed, heat buildup will worsen, resulting in faster tool dulling.


During CNC machining, titanium and its machinable alloys require a tight grip because they are less rigid than other common metals. Additionally, a rigid machine set-up can be advantageous, as can ensuring that the tool moves continuously without disrupting the cut while doing so.

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