Laser-cut Titanium

Starting from $29

Like the mythic beings it’s named after, Grade 5 titanium is ridiculously strong, and by far SendCutSend’s strongest metal offered. We don’t play around with this stuff.  

Except when we do.

Wicked Strong and Durable
Weldable
Lightweight

Laser-cut grade 5 titanium, the king of aerospace

Our titanium is 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.

One of titanium’s most useful properties is its high melting point, which is about 400°F above the melting point of steel, and approximately 2000°F above that of aluminum. So it’s a good fit for working in an array of high-temperature situations.

The strength of titanium is twice that of low-carbon “mild” steel, and about 3x the strength of aluminum (assuming similar thicknesses). That’s why it’s our strongest metal in-house and why our aerospace engineers turn to it for their more advanced projects.

Couple that with SendCutSend’s proprietary fabrication methods and you’ve got one of the strongest metals in the known universe in your corner, for less.

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Available Thicknesses

In Actual Gauge Mm Process
.040 .041 +/- .005″   ~1.0 Laser
.063 .066 +/- .005″ 16 ~1.7 Laser
.125 .130 +/- .005″ 8 ~3.3 Laser
.187 .188 +/- .005″   ~4.7 Laser

Common Uses

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

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

Is it magnetic?
No

 

.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

Material Quality

We use the highest quality raw materials available, sourced from trusted vendors. Material certifications (PDF) are available below.

Titanium .040″
Titanium .063″
Titanium .125″

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