Material

Titanium (Ti₆Al₄V)

Ti₆Al₄V is one of the most widely used alloys in metal 3D printing. It offers excellent mechanical strength, high strength-to-weight ratio, and superior corrosion resistance, making it an ideal choice for the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries. This material is highly suitable for functional prototypes, solid end-use parts, spare parts, and medical devices.

3D-printed lift bracket in titanium with holes for lightweightness

Technical specifications

Maximum part dimensions

250 x 250 x 280 mm

220 x 220 x 250 mm (online orders)

Standard accuracy

In accordance with:

  • DCTG 8 of DIN EN ISO 8062-3: 2008-09 for dimensions between 30 and 400 mm
  • DCTG 6 of DIN EN ISO 8062-3: 2008-09 for dimensions below 30 mm 
  • DIN ISO 2768 -1 g (rough) for dimensions between 3 and 400 mm
Layer thickness

Standard: 0.06 mm, Performance: 0.03 mm

Minimum wall thickness

Standard: 1 mm, Performance: 0.5 mm

Minimum detail size

0.4 mm

Interlocking or moving parts

No

Internal channels

Yes

Surface structure

Rough surface

Grades

Balance performance and efficiency in every project with your choice of Standard or Performance grades.

Datasheet

PARAMETERSTANDARDUNIT

Density

WGE-Prod-067EN
>4.36

g/cm³

Relative density

WGE-Prod-067EN
>99

%

Tensile strength

DIN EN2002-1
>900*

MPa

Yield strength

DIN EN2002-1
>830*

MPa

Elastic modulus

DIN EN2002-1
110

GPa

Elongation at break

DIN EN2002-1
>10*

%

Roughness Ra

ISO 4287 / AITM 1-00070
<20

µm

Roughness Rz

ISO 4287 / AITM 1-00070
<80

µm

Hardness

ISO 6597-1:03-2006
>310

HV

*Values for tensile specimens according to DIN EN ISO 6892 status as built


Actual values may vary with build conditions.


Strong tensions due to part geometry may distort parts, potentially leading to greater deviation in values. Values for surface roughness depend on the orientation of the surface; downward-facing surfaces and surfaces with support will be rougher.


These values show the material characteristics with additional stress relief heat treatment. Extra heat treatment steps, hot isostatic pressing (HIP), or aging for even higher mechanical properties may be possible, e.g. for serial-produced parts. 


Please get in touch with our team for more information. 

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Finishing degrees

The right finish can transform your print into a product. Explore the post-production finishes we offer for this material. If you have any questions or special requests, get in touch with us.

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