If you are familiar with titanium alloy, it’s likely that you have either heard about or experienced first-hand the challenges associated with machining titanium. You probably know all too well that its unique characteristics combine to create a perfect storm of machining challenges!

When machinists refer to issues with titanium, they are often actually referring to a specific titanium alloy called Ti 6Al-4V (also known as “Grade 5” titanium). Ti 6Al-4V is the most common titanium alloy; it makes up about 50% of all global titanium consumption.

Download this full Whitepaper now to learn more about:

•    Issues Related to Ti 6Al-4V’s Unique Characteristics
•    Using a Multi-Faceted Approach for Profitably Machining Titanium
•    Choosing the Right Machines
•    Following the Right Processes Significantly Reduce Challenges