TiAl6V4, one of the widest-known alloys in Metal 3D Printing, combines excellent mechanical properties with very low specific weight. This material is corrosion- resistant and used in a variety of demanding engineering environments such as aeronautics. Applications include functional prototypes, solid end-use parts, medical devices and spare parts.

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Technical Specifications

Standard lead time Minimum of 10 working days, depending on part size, number of components and finishing degrees (online & offline orders)
Standard accuracy ± 0.2% (with lower limit on ± 0.2 mm)
Minimum wall thickness 0.5 mm
Layer thickness 0.03 – 0.6 mm
Maximum part dimensions

245 x 245 x 270 mm (offline orders)
220 x 220 x 250 mm (online orders)

Surface structure Unfinished parts typically have a rough surface but various finishing degrees can achieve smooth surfaces.


  Units Standard Range
(after heat treatment)
Tensile Strength MPa DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2009 min. 930
Yield strength MPa  DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2009 min. 860
Elongation at Break % DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2009 13 - 15
E-Modulus GPa DIN EN ISO 6892-1:2009 104 - 124
Impact Strength J   7 - 15
Hardness HV5 DIN EN ISO 6507-1 308 - 332
Relative Density %   > 99.5
Density g/cm³   4.41
Air - and Watertight     Yes
Max. Operating Temperature °C   350

Actual values may vary with build condition

Design Guidelines

We’ve put together our trusted tips, tricks and best practices to get you off to a solid start. If you’ve been wondering whether this material allows for interlocking parts or embossing, or if you just want to avoid common design mistakes, check out this handy design guide.

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Finishing Degrees

The right finish and color can transform a print into a product. With Metal 3D Printing, the possibilities range from basic supports removal and a matte finish to electropolishing for a reflective surface, or post-machining for accuracy requirements.

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How Does Metal 3D Printing Work?

Metal 3D Printing is a laser-based technology that uses powdered metals. Similar to Laser Sintering, a high-powered laser selectively binds together particles on the powder bed while the machine distributes even layers of metallic powder. Support structures are automatically generated and built simultaneously in the same material, and are later manually removed. Once complete, the part undergoes heat treatment.

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