Ti64 (DM Studio System)

Titanium alloy for high-performance applications

Ti64 is a titanium alloy with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance that makes it ideal for a wide range of applications in many industries including medical devices.

From medical devices to gearboxes.

A titanium alloy for high-performance applications.

The composition of the Ti64 alloy is made of titanium, aluminum and vanadium. It is ideal for prototyping medical devices such as tweezers, forceps, clamps, suture instruments as well as for 3D printing specialty automotive components, including connecting rods and gearboxes for racing. Its material properties are well known to be a high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance.

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Connecting Rods


Medical Devices

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Consumer Goods

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Sporting Goods



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Fuel Injector Nozzle

Material: Ti64 (Titanium)

Fuel injector nozzles are critical for safe and reliable operations in the aerospace industry, where they are responsible for driving fuel into a burner for propulsion.

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This part features internal channels that can improve burner performance, but they’re almost impossible to fabricate by conventional manufacturing processes.

Titanium is an essential material for this application type as the nozzle must withstand extreme temperatures and pressures while remaining lightweight. With Studio System 2, engineers can test many design variations of the nozzle in just days, with as many as four versions of the nozzle printed in less than 24 hours.

  • Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

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Drone Coupling

Material: Ti64 (Titanium)

A drone coupling fastens two assemblies together on a drone frame. One of the main challenges with drones is battery life, which is predominantly determined by the drone’s weight.

Full Description

Produce the coupling in titanium to reduce weight while maintaining the structural integrity required for the drone frame. The Studio System 2 supports low-volume production of this part in quantities of 15 to 25 per week before moving it into mass production, all without any tooling or machining necessary.

  • Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

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Telescope Focus Ring

Material: Ti64 (Titanium)

Small telescope focus rings hold lenses in place on a mobile telescope. It has multiple motors that are used to position and focus the lenses.

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3D printing the rings in Ti64 ensures that all components are lightweight, permitting the use of smaller motors and reducing the wear on the components and the overall assembly cost. Typically, this part is produced in low volumes, requiring investing in expensive tooling or custom fixtures using conventional manufacturing processes.

Studio System 2 supports printing up to six focus rings in less than 24 hours, which would be ready for installation in a matter of days

  • Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

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Material Properties


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730 MPa


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845 MPa


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97.5 g/cc

Performance Scale

Corrosion Resistance
Thermal Properties

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Technical Specifications

Studio System™
MIM - ASTM F2885 Min
MIM - ASTM F2885 Min
Densified Post Sintering
Ultimate Tensile Strength - ASTM E8M
845 MPa 780 MPa 900 MPa    
Yield Strength - ASTM E8M
730 MPa 680 MPa 830 MPa    
Elongation - ASTM E8M
17% 10% 10%    
Density (relative) - ASTM B311
97.5% 96% 98%    

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