Titanium (DMLS)

Titanium stands out as a versatile and highly sought metallic element, known for its remarkable strength, low density, and resistance to corrosion. Its excellent specifications have garnered it considerable recognition across a wide range of sectors with a critical role in sophisticated production techniques such as Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS). Within the domain of DMLS, Titanium's distinct attributes position it as an optimal material for additive manufacturing. This process enables the meticulous construction of intricate components, layer by layer, utilizing laser technology.

Beyond its integral role in additive manufacturing, Titanium enjoys extensive applications in aerospace engineering, medical implants, automotive components, and sports equipment. This broad spectrum of usage is attributed to its unparalleled combination of durability and lightweight features. The use of Titanium into DMLS technologies underscores its crucial role as a key material, significantly contributing to innovation and progress across diverse fields.

Titanium (DMLS)



Minimum Wall Thickness: 1 mm

Minimum Details Size: 0.1 mm

Layer Thickness: 0.03 – 0.6 mm

Max Dimensions:  220x220x250mm

Surface Finish: Smooth Surface




  • Melting Point: 1,668°C (3,034°F)
  • Boiling Point: 3,287°C (5,949°F)
  • Density: 4.5 g/cm³
  • Young's Modulus: 116 GPa (Gigapascals)
  • Tensile Strength: 434 MPa (Megapascals)
  • Elastic Modulus: 105 GPa
  • Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: 8.6 x 10^-6 /°C
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Biocompatibility
  • Low Density
  • High Melting Point



  • Aerospace Components
  • Medical Implants
  • Functional prototypes
  • Chemical Processing Equipment
  • Sports Gear
  • 3D-Printed Components
  • Offshore Structures
  • Automotive Parts
  • Power Generation Components
  • High-End Watches and Eyewear