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Despite its advantages to component designers titanium is notoriously difficult to machine And the difficulties presented in machining the material itself also negatively impact tool life
<p>Despite its advantages to component designers, titanium is notoriously difficult to machine. And, the difficulties presented in machining the material itself also negatively impact tool life.</p>

Taking on Titanium’s Hardness, Elasticity, and Other Challenges

Titanium brings critical advantages to engineering and manufacturing, so addressing the problems it presents to machining is a priority for machine shops Dealing with design preferences Minimizing stickiness during cutting New alloys, matrices

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