Commercially pure titanium with heat treatment
Used in the manufacture of implants for the medical industry as well as in lightweight components for the aviation industry. One-off or series parts, e.g. functional components with an integrated cooling structure, bionically optimized functional components, bone foam with a bioanalog structure as bone replacement material, individual biocompatible implants or prostheses with a microcellular structure. Special heat treatment can produce a higher elongation on fracture. Shows a homogenous, dense structure.
ASTM F67 and ASTM B348 grade 2
State of starting material
Parts are built in a metal powder bed through a laser (or lasers) melting the metal powder layer-by-layer. Synonyms: Selective Laser Melting, SLM, Direct Metal Laser Sintering, DMLS, Laser Cusing
21 W/m °C
coefficient of thermal expansion: 8.9 per °C
Data source: Concept Laser
ATTENTION: The presented values are provided by the material manufacturers and are only indicative. Realized material properties may differ from these value for several reasons. Additively does not guarantee the correctness of this information in any way.
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