Application of titanium in new industrial fields

Titanium alloy is a relatively young metal. It has a history of 60 or 70 years since it was developed. After entering the 20th century, traditional steel and aluminum can no longer meet the needs of aerospace, navigation, and other fields. In 1954 Titanium alloy materials were developed by American companies.

Titanium alloy is an alloy composed of titanium and other elements. Titanium alloy materials have the characteristics of lightweight, high strength, low elasticity, high-temperature resistance, and corrosion resistance. Titanium is also used, and there are many grades of titanium. Different industries will choose the appropriate grade of titanium according to their requirements. I believe that many people know this material because of a buzzword – “blind my titanium alloy eyes”! Many countries in the world have recognized the importance of titanium alloy materials, have successively carried out research and development on them, and have put them into practical applications. Let’s take a look at the application of titanium alloy in design. Lamborghini Lamborghini Aventador Estatura GXX uses a lot of carbon fiber and aviation-grade titanium alloy.

SP Engineering developed a complete set of the exhaust system and ECU improvements for the Ferrari 599, including a new catalytic converter and titanium alloy exhaust mid-tail section, and finally, the 6.0-liter V12 engine power was increased to 685 horsepower.

As Ducati’s flagship model, the 1199 Superleggera is equipped with a magnesium alloy unibody frame, magnesium alloy wheels, carbon fiber body panels, Brembo brakes, Akrapovic titanium exhaust, DWC head-up balance control system, DTC traction control system, EBC engine A series of high-tech auxiliary configurations such as braking system and DDA+ data analysis system.

Titanium “Devil” Motorcycle

3D printed titanium alloy bicycle frame Renishaw, the only metal additive manufacturing company in the UK, has teamed up with Empire Cycles, a British bicycle design, and manufacturer, to produce a 3D printed metal frame, using titanium alloy as the printing material. Thanks to topology optimization technology, the frame is not only stronger but also lighter, one-third lighter than normal materials. The shape can be adjusted at any time during the production of the frame, and it is more customizable and can be adjusted for each batch of products.

Most of the No.1 car designed by Paul Budnitz is made of titanium alloy, with a minimalist shape and lines, and there is no shortage of accessories, such as disc brakes, carbon fiber chain belts, quick-release devices, etc. Toys” famous designer.

3D Printed Titanium Headphones Japanese hi-fi company Final Audio Design (FAD) has partnered with NTT Data Engineering Systems and Probox Japan to design and manufacture the world’s first mass-produced 3D printed titanium headphones, dubbed ” Final Audio Design LAB 01″. Its casing was printed by NTT using an EOSINT M 280 3D printer from Germany’s EOS, a selective laser sintering (SLS) system for metal parts, made from titanium alloy Ti64 powder.

ID Mouse ID Mouse was designed by Intelligent-design in the Netherlands. The surface is made of titanium alloy, the metal wire drawing treatment is nobler, and the resin material is added. It is also worth mentioning that the mouse wheel uses the metal neodymium (Neodymium) that we are not familiar with. The material of “King of Permanent Magnet” is used in electronic machinery and other industries with excellent performance. There are also black and white options on the side of the mouse, which are simple and simple.

Titanium alloy straw, pure titanium alloy portable straw from Hong Kong cool geek. This straw can not only be used to suck drinks but can also be inserted directly into the fruit to drink juice. The straw also comes with a straw brush for easy cleaning.

Tool ring, made of titanium alloy, you can think of it as a Swiss army knife in a ring – the top of the ring hides four small tools inside, namely a bottle opener, a knife, a saw, and a small comb.

Jordan’s 22nd generation sneakers, its exposed interchangeable bearing posts can accommodate two cushioning systems. A reinforced titanium alloy shoe bone support plate provides support for the midfoot and arch of the foot. The design of this sneaker was inspired by the F-22 fighter jet.

Titanium alloy sci-fi music box, the whole body is constructed of titanium alloy, with a very sci-fi design. Three different kinds of music can be played on the left and right sides, the left is the “Star Wars” theme song, the episode from “The Empire Strikes Back” and the “Star Trek” theme; the right tune is Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick” in the Wall”, “Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple’s and “Imagine” by John Lennon, limited to 66 pieces worldwide.

Titanium wine pitcher, from Japanese outdoor gear manufacturer Xuefeng, with an iconic minimalist design. The capacity of the jug is not large, but it is insulated from heat and cold due to the texture of titanium alloy, and it is resistant to corrosion. Whether in the city, the forest, or the fierce wasteland, taking a sip will make you more aware of the importance of preserving one’s personal space.

Coins with titanium, Tristan da Cunha with small pieces of Concorde titanium. The coin was minted in 2009 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Concorde’s maiden flight. The coins are gold plated and each side contains a small piece of titanium taken from a Concorde, collect all the coins and you can build a miniature Concorde.

Cardiac stents, which first appeared in the 1980s, have gone through the development of metal stents, coated stents, and soluble stents. The main materials are stainless steel, nickel-titanium alloy, or cobalt-chromium alloy.