Titanium – Top Material For Robot and Drones – V5semiconductors

Huang Liang offers components made of Titanium to meet customers' demand which is usually in defense and aerospace field. Titanium has been universal in industries like medical, aerospace and sporting for many years. It's not new but recently, titanium gets attention again for new technologies like eletric car, segway and 3D print. Reported by Financial Times, there's a growth in demand for 4 materials and one of them is Titanium. Ti6Al4V is the most widely used titanium alloy because of its machinability, so called 64Ti. Here we just focus on  advantage, disadvantage and related products of 64 Ti, this most common titanium alloy.   Advantage ● Accessibility - Titanium is the ninth most abundant element in the earth's crust. ● High tensile and light weight - Titanium is as strong as steel but its low density makes Ti 45% lighter than steel. It will help automobile lower energy consumption. ● Corrosion resistance - The oxide film (TiO2, Ti2O3, TiO) formed on titanium surface at room temperature and is continuous growth. Thus, it protects Ti from corrosion for exposure outside. ● Non-Magnetic - It's an attraction for all medical device and military facilities which is to avoid detection. ● Heat resistance -  Up to about 800°F (427°C) ● Higher fatigue strength -  extended life-cycle