Titanium Forging

What is Titanium Forging?

Titanium forging is the process of forming metal components from titanium alloy billets using mechanical pressure. This process is used to produce components with complex shapes that are otherwise difficult to produce using traditional machining methods. Titanium forgings offer superior strength and durability compared to other metals, making them ideal for a wide range of applications in aerospace, automotive, and medical industries.

What are advantages of titanium forging?

  • High Strength and Lightweight: Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal, making it an ideal choice for forging components that need to be lightweight and strong.
  • Corrosion Resistance: Titanium is extremely resistant to corrosion and can withstand exposure to a variety of acids, alkalis, and saltwater without showing signs of damage.
  • Non-Toxic: Titanium is non-toxic, meaning it is safe to use in applications where it comes in contact with food and beverages.
  • Heat Resistance: Titanium has a higher melting point than most metals, making it resistant to high temperatures.
  • Long Service Life: Titanium is highly durable and can last for decades with minimal maintenance.

What are disadvantages of steel forging?

  • High Cost: Titanium forging is a more expensive process than other types of metal forming due to the difficulty in working with titanium and the need for specialized tools.
  • Difficult to Work With: Titanium is a difficult material to work with and requires skilled technicians in order to produce quality parts.
  • Limited Applications: Titanium forging is only suitable for certain applications due to its strength and weight. It is not suitable for applications that require higher levels of flexibility or ductility.
  • Long Lead Times: Due to the complexity of the process and the specialized tools required, titanium forgings can have long lead times which can be an issue for time-sensitive projects.

Forging parts for different industries using titanium forging

We manufacture several forging parts for various industries, some of are them mentioned below:

  • Aerospace: Aircraft brakes, turbine blades, airframes, rotors, and landing gear.
  • Automotive: Connecting rods, suspension components, gears, and exhaust systems.
  • Marine: Propulsion systems, pumps, and rudder components.
  • Medical: Surgical instruments, implants, prosthetics, and orthopedic devices.
  • Oil and gas: Valves, connectors, and fasteners.
  • Recreational: Bicycle frames, golf clubs, and sporting equipment.
  • Power generation: Turbine blades, impellers, and control rods.

Materials we use for forging

Our forging process

Die & design

Step 01

Material selection & hearing

Step 02

Press forging process

Step 03


Step 04

QA & Inspection

Step 05

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