The most commonly-used titanium alloy, Ti64 is the material of choice for a broad range of applications due to its combination of high strength, low density, corrosion resistance, ability to withstand temperatures of nearly 800°C and general biocompatibility.
Often used in the manufacture of aircraft and marine components, power generation and offshore oil and gas extraction, Ti64 has many other applications, including:
Aerospace components, including brackets, frames, nozzles;
Specialty automotive components, including connecting rods and gearboxes for racing;
Prototyping of medical devices, including tweezers, forceps, clamps, suture instruments and more;
Consumer goods, including sporting goods and jewelry;