Titanium (CP2/Grade 3)

Starting from $29

When corrosion resistance is more important than strength, but you still need titanium to get it done right.

Corrosion Resistant
Weldable
Lightweight

Laser-cut CP2 Titanium (grade 3)

Our grade 3 titanium is commercially pure, meaning that it is not an alloy. It’s non-magnetic, non-toxic, and non-allergenic, which has led to its increasing use in the medical field. Despite being as strong as steel, titanium is about 40 percent lighter, which, along with its resistance to erosion, makes it an essential structural metal for aerospace engineers.

 

Titanium is also formidable in its resistance to corrosion by both water and most chemicals. This resistance is achieved by forming a thin layer of titanium dioxide on its surface that is extremely difficult for these materials to penetrate. Ensuring that when you use it in your next project, corrosion will be the last thing on your mind.

Grade 3 titanium is often the superior choice when looking at usages that are more concerned with its corrosion resistance than the strength it offers. Able to be worked extensively and welded with ease, titanium remains a critical part of the aerospace and chemical processing industries.

We like to mention that commercially pure titanium grades do not have the same strength as their alloyed cousins. This is, of course, true for most alloys, but don’t be fooled, titanium CP2 is still very strong. While categorized as only moderate in overall strength for this material, it’s important to remember that it’s still very much used in high-stress applications and can get your job done.

For more strength, look at our grade 5.

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Available Thicknesses

In Actual Mm Process
.040 .041 +/- .005″ ~1.0 Laser

Common Uses

  • Aircraft structural
  • Aerospace engine parts
  • Fuel tanks
  • Ducts
  • Fasteners 
  • Gears
  • Springs
  • Almost anywhere steel is found
  • And so many more

FAQs

Does it bend?
Yes

Can you tap it?
No

Can this be deburred?

How big can I make a part in this?
35” x 58”

Will it rust?
Not under normal conditions

.375″ 5052 Aluminum

 

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.375" primary face

.375" primary face

.375" back side

.375" back side

.375" front, angle

.375" front, angle

.250″ 5052 Aluminum

 

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.250" primary face

.250" primary face

.250" back side

.250" back side

.250" front, angle

.250" front, angle

.250" back, angle

.250" back, angle

.187″ 5052 Aluminum

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.120" primary face

.120" primary face

.120" back side

.120" back side

.120" front, angle

.120" front, angle

.120" back, angle

.120" back, angle

.120″ 5052 Aluminum

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.120" primary face

.120" primary face

.120" back side

.120" back side

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