Titanium counts for being one of the most versatile materials in today’s industrial applications. The winning connection between titanium powder and 3D printing makes it now even easier to produce components within challenging contexts.
Titanium is a light and durable material at the same time. It resists corrosion and is easy to incorporate into metal alloys so that it can be applied as structural metal in automotive, aerospace, building and medical industry. 3D printing, in particular, is pushing the use of titanium to new limits, where very fine particles are bound together to form components with unique, unprecedented shapes.
This is where Virto-Cuccolini’s X-Line disruptive multi-frequency sieving technology comes into play.