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Titanium Spinning Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of titanium spinning companies and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top titanium spinning companies with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find titanium spinning companies that can design and provide titanium spinning services to your companies specifications. Then contact the titanium spinning companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for companies of hot spring titanium, spin forming titanium, spinning titanium chips or customized titanium spinning of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Indianapolis, IN

    Here at G&G Metal Spinners, Inc. we work to make sure that you are receiving the top notch high quality parts that you need for your next project. We offer alloys up to 1 1/4 inch thick and 2 1/2 inch thick in Aluminum. With our cost effective methods and state of the art machinery, you can count on us for your large quantity or heavy gauged orders. Call us today for more information!

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  • Cedar Falls, IA

    Kryton Engineered Metals is an ISO 9002-certified, full-service metal spinning company. We provide high-quality custom aluminum spinning assembly as well as ready-made products and components. We know the art of spinning metal and can offer creative solutions to spin your part to your specifications. The bulk of our production is automated ensuring consistency and faster turn-around time.

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  • Williamsport, PA

    PMF Industries manufactures your concepts. Processes we specialize in include flow forming, press forming, electromagnetic metal forming, finishing, hydroforming, welding and much more. Flow forming materials that we work with are aluminum, stainless steel, nickel, titanium and many others. We serve aerospace, environmental, filtration, medical, military and numerous other industries.

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  • Minneapolis, MN

    For 100 years, Acme Metal Spinning, a metal spinning supplier, has produced metal spinnings up to 140" diameter & 3/4" thickness. Offering short & long runs with cost-saving tooling, we metal spin lighting rings, tank heads, domes, venturi, parabolic, cones, re-rentered flared, cylindrical shell, air-moving, architectural and cryogenic components. Fast prototype part production in 72 hours.

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  • Spokane, WA

    Lloyd Metal Fabrications specializes in a variety of metal fabrication capabilities. They offer stamping, laser cutting, welding, shearing, in-hiouse tooling, metal spinning, anodizing, deep drawing, and punching capabilities. They are ISO 9001:2015 certified, and offer customers valuable prototyping and rapid production services.

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Titanium Spinning Industry Information

Titanium Spinning

Titanium spinning is a metal spinning process in which round, axially symmetric titanium shapes are created by metal spinners. Metal spinning is a cold working process in which a flat metal disk is affixed to a lathe mandrel. The mandrel is then rotated at high speeds while shaping tools called spoons apply pressure to the disk, which gives the disk shape.

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Applications of Titanium Spinning

Metal spinning is a cost-effective process that creates high quality, strong, durable metal shapes that are used in automotive, architectural, manufacturing and many other applications. A metal spinning process can turn a disk into bowls, finials, door knobs, candle holders, and many other kinds of shapes. Titanium is a popular construction material for a wide range of metal shapes, and metal spinning is often employed to create some of them. Titanium is characterized by its high strength-to-weight ratio, and it is for this reason a popular alternative to steel, which is heavier. Titanium can also be alloyed with other metals to improve the performance of the finished product. Because of titanium’s natural luster, it is often spun into decorative products.

Process of Titanium Spinning

Titanium is not the only metal that can be shaped by the metal spinning process. Aluminum, copper, stainless steel, and many other metal varieties are frequently shaped by metal spinning. Titanium is used when a combination of high strength, durability, and low weight are necessary. Metal spinning is a cold working process, which means that it is performed at or near room temperature. In this way, metal spinning is different from other metalworking processes, many of which are hot working. A hot metalworking process involves heating a metal near or beyond its recrystallization temperature to make it easier to form.

Benefits of Titanium Spinning

The hot metalworking process can form metals easily and quickly, but most metals are susceptible to oxidization and other undesirable changes to their composition when subject to high temperatures. Metal spinning eliminates the possibility of undesired changes in metal composition because of its low working temperature. The result is products with excellent qualities of strength, durability, and appearance. When combined with CNC spinning technology, metal spinning becomes a very effective, economical metalworking choice.



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